|Alternative names||Faludeh, Paloodeh, Paludeh|
|Course||Lunch & Dinner|
|Place of origin||Shiraz, Iran|
|Main ingredients||Vermicelli, syrup (sugar, rose water)|
|Cookbook: Media: Faloodeh|
Faloodeh (Persian: فالوده Fālūde) or Paloodeh (Persian: پالوده Pālūde) is an Iranian cold dessert consisting of thin vermicelli noodles made from corn starch mixed in a semi-frozen syrup made from sugar and rose water. It is often served with lime juice and sometimes ground pistachios. It is a traditional dessert in Iran (Persia). Paloodeh is originally from Shiraz and it is also known as Shirazi Paloodeh.
A thin wheat starch batter is pressed through a sieve which further produces delicate strings, which look similar to cellophane noodles, and are then chilled in ice water. Afterwards, they are added to the syrup mixture and rapidly cooled until the syrup is at least half-frozen.
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