Persian Saffron Pudding Recipe
Persian Saffron Pudding is a traditional and popular dessert in Iran and is often served during special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, and religious festivals.
The texture of the Persian Saffron Pudding is smooth and silky, and the nuts that are often used as a garnish provide a contrasting crunch and flavour to the dessert.
The Persian Saffron Pudding has a unique and distinct sweet and fragrant taste. It is a delicious and satisfying dessert that many people worldwide enjoy.
We will guide you on how to make Persian Saffron Pudding at home. Our easy-to-follow Persian Saffron Pudding recipe will help you make the dessert quickly.
You can even share our Persian Saffron Pudding with your loved ones so they can enjoy this dessert too.
- Servings - 6
- Preparation - 20 Min
- Cooking - 20 Min
Ingredients for Persian Saffron Pudding
- ½ tin Nestlé MILKMAID
- 3 Cups Milk
- 1 “stick Cinnamon
- 12 pods Cardamom
- ½ tsp Soaked Saffron
- 1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
- 3 cups Warm Water
- 1 ¼ cup Water
- ¼ tsp Salt
- ¾ cup Brown Rice flour
- 6 tsp Orange Crush
- 3 tsp, chopped Pistachio
- A few Black raisins
How to make Persian Saffron Pudding
- Step 1 Soak cinnamon, cardamom, saffron and turmeric in ¼ cup water.
- Step 2 In a saucepan combine milk, 1 cup water and salt. Bring it to a boil.
- Step 3 Reduce the flame and slowly whisk in rice flour until smooth. Cook till the mixture gets thick on a low flame.
- Step 4 Now add Nestlé MILKMAID and mix well. Cook till the mixture reaches a smooth consistency.
- Step 5 Add the soaked spices and stir until thoroughly combined. Cook on low flame for 10-12 min stirring frequently.
- Step 6 Remove from the flame and sieve through a strainer to remove any lumps and whole spices.
- Step 7 Divide the pudding in 6 serving dishes and cool in a refrigerator.
- Step 8 While serving, top each pudding with a tsp of orange crush, chopped pistachios and black raisins. Serve cool.
FAQs on Persian Saffron Pudding
1. Is Persian Saffron Pudding gluten-free?
Yes, Persian Saffron Pudding is typically gluten-free since it is made with rice instead of wheat.
2. How much saffron should I use for Persian Saffron Pudding?
It's recommended to use about ½ teaspoon of saffron threads for Persian Saffron Pudding.
3. Can I use honey instead of sugar for Persian Saffron Pudding?
Yes, you can use honey instead of sugar, but you may need to adjust the amount for sweetness.
4. Can I use white rice flour instead of brown rice flour?
Yes, you can, but our Persian Saffron Pudding recipe includes brown rice flour as it is nutrient-dense.