cup = 250 ml
Ingredients for cake
3 eggs, 150+100 g butter, 1 cup cane (or brown)sugar, 2 cups of icing/powder sugar, 2.5 cups self-raising flour, zest of 1+0.5 lemon, zest of 1/2 orange (optional), juice of 0.5+0.5 big lemon, 150 g Marzhipan (if you can get, or almond paste), 100 ml milk
Procedure 2: Icing/Glazing
Note: Make sure you have a high enough baking pan to avoid overflow of cake mixture.
PS: Similar recipe can be used to make Sansa’s Cup cakes from Game of thrones
I started to develop an appetite for Persian food recently and was interested to know more about the different cuisines available and how they are made. The food has a lot of similarity with Indian dishes because of the historical and cultural influences from the past during the Muslim rule in India. Especially, the names sound very familiar but they have a unique way of preparation and finesse. One interesting difference however, I felt Persian dishes still retain the flavor of the base ingredients unlike some Indian “restaurant-style”dishes which are overwhelmed with masala and curry flavors that can at times give same taste to different dishes making it hard to decipher the main ingredient’s flavor.
Food guide to Iran: About Kebabs, Tah-chin, Caviar and more.
It also gives a glimpse of the Grand Bazaar and streets of Tehran and its people.
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