Yazd Food and Sweets

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Ash-e Shooli ( Shooli Soup )
This soup is cooked by Yazdis and very common among them.  No one knows where the word ‘shooli’ comes from, but everyone knows its taste.
Shooli is a delicious and simple soup, and its seasoning is vinegar, but it can be replaced with pomegranate paste, or any other sour liquid. Ash-e Shooli
Baghlava ( Baklava )
Baklava is traditional Mediterranean treat using phyllo dough. The filling varies from ground walnuts to almonds or pistachios. Greeks use a honey syrup to sweeten their baklava while the Persians use a rose water syrup. Baghlava
Qotab is an almond-filled, deep-fried Persian pastry. It's prepared with flour, almonds, icing sugar, vegetable oil and cardamom. Some versions of ghotab may contain other ingredients, since most of the best recipes are family secrets that are jealously guarded.
Ghotab is one of three types of sweets (shirini) that the Iranian city of Yazd is famous for producing.

Haaji Baadaam
This small almond cookies or cakes is a traditional Persian(Yazdi) pastry.
Almonds are rich in vitamin E, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Additionally, almonds are a significant source of protein and fiber.
Almonds reduce the risk of heart disease they are beneficial for maintaining a healthy weight.



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