|Place of origin||Iran|
|Cookbook: Koloocheh Media: Koloocheh|
Koloochehs from southern Iran are brittle biscuits that principally consists of water, sugar, wheat flour and egg white. Masghati is a transparent soft confection which consists of rose water, starch, sugar and water. Koloocheh and Masghati are souvenirs of Shiraz.[better source needed]
- "The Perfect Persian Koloocheh – Made by a Perfectly Gracious Lady!". The fig and quince. Retrieved 28 December 2015.
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