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Masghati (left) and Koloocheh (right)
Place of originIran
Renowned thin Koloocheh from Fuman, Iran prior to cooking

Koloocheh (Persian: کلوچه) is a Persian cookie made in various parts of Iran. Koloocheh is a delicacy and was usually made for a special occasion such as the Nowruz, the Persian New Year.

Koloochehs from southern Iran are brittle biscuits that principally consists of water, sugar, wheat flour and egg white. Koloocheh are souvenirs of Shiraz.[1][better source needed]


  1. ^ "The Perfect Persian Koloocheh – Made by a Perfectly Gracious Lady!". The fig and quince. Retrieved 28 December 2015.