Kachi is a Persian Halva pudding that is full of saffron and rose-water flavor. It’s easy to make and very delicious. It brings taste of the Middle East in a bowl – by Unicorns in the Kitchen
Persian/Iranian cuisine is very similar to Indian cuisine in many ways. They take give importance to aroma and use of spices like saffron, cardamom, turmeric, etc like we Indians to enhance the taste. Persian food is rich to taste and its history is stretching back centuries and impressing itself on other cuisines across the globe.
This May month is extra special for me as it’s my birthday month and we are celebrating it by sharing some delicious recipes from across the globe by my fellow food bloggers. Shadi Hasanzade is a firm believer that good food and good people make the best moments. She is also the Cookbook author and food blogger at Unicorns in the kitchen. She has lived in Turkey for 3 years and that has been instrumental in getting more insight of food outside Iran too. Shadi was gracious enough to share this wonderful recipe with us today. You can read it in detail here.
You can follow Shadi on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Hope you have got as excited about this global recipe month like I am and are looking forward to many such unique international recipes from around the globe. Keep coming back for more! If you do try this recipe, please do share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. This will keep me motivated to develop more interesting recipes. Click a pic and post it with the hashtag #cookiliciousveg — I would love to see your pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!