PERSIAN COOKIES

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CASPIAN TEA COOKIE

نان چایی قزوینی

Caspian Tea Cookie is a traditional cookie from Qazvin or Caspin. The Persian often eat this cookie with tea. That’s why it is called Caspian Tea Cookie.

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PERSIAN RICE COOKIE

نان برنجی

Persian Rice Cookie is one of the most popular and oldest Persian Cookies. Originated in the West of Persia, Rice Cookie has been served for thousands of years in national and regional celebrations, most notably Nowruz. Its most prominent ingredients are rice flour and cardamom. It is also gluten free.

PERSIAN CHICKPEA BITES

نان نخودچی

Persian Chickpea Bite is a traditional pastry that is served in new Persian year celebration or Nowruz. It is made up of chickpea flour. Chickpea is a nutrient-dense food and gives this cookie special flavor and texture. It is also gluten free.

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ROSE PECAN BALLS

شیرینی گلاب

Rose Pecan Balls are made up of rose water and pecan. Rose water is made through steeping rose petals and distilling the water. It has been around for thousands of years. Rose water provides one of the most authentic Persian flavors.

PERSIAN RAISIN COOKIE

شیرینی کشمشی​

Persian Raisin Cookie is one of the most popular cookies among the Persian. Most Persians can remember their grandmothers making raisins in their basements to make this cookie. Raisin, dried grape, provides natural, complex sugar and vital minerals.

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APRICOT PISTACHIO COOKIE

شیرینی قیسی و پسته

Apricot Pistachio Cookie is made up of dried apricot, pistachio, and butter. This cookie combines wheat flour, a fruit, a nut, and dairy in one yummy package.

PERSIAN WALNUT COOKIE

شیرینی پفکی گردویی

Persian Walnut Cookie is made up of walnut, egg, and cardamom. Walnut is a great inspiration for many Persian pastries and foods. The choice of walnut makes this a healthy choice that can be enjoyed with tea or coffee.

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PERSIAN FIG COOKIE

شیرینی انجیری

Persian Fig Cookie offers both the mesmerizing taste of fig and tantalizing flavor of cinnamon. Fig, rich in minerals and fiber, has been a great source of nutrition and symbolism in the Middle East and Mediterranean cultures for millennia. The Persian grow fig trees in their backyards and make fig cookies to cherish this ancient fruit.