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    Salam,

    I found a Persian dessert recipe recently which I really love eating. So I would like to try making it myself. Even though I found the recipe, I don't understand it fully as it is Persian language. Its in video format and here's the link to it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsvCgIio224

    I would like to find someone who understands Persian language. I want you to translate the whole recipe, both ingredients and method of making into English language. Please mention all the measures (gram, tsp, tbsp) of the ingredients correctly too.

    Allah Hafiz

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    Re: Anyone who understands Persian language? - Persian Dessert

    wa aleykum salaam

    i dnt undestand persian..but the dessert kinda looks like kunafa

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      Re: Anyone who understands Persian language? - Persian Dessert

      No, that's not the dessert. Kunafa is the one made using phyllo dough, cheese and others. This one which I mentioned is something made into biscuit kind of dessert. Anyway, thanks for the response. Another thing, kunafa is a another delicious sweet.

      Anyone else who understand this language, please help me!

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        Re: Anyone who understands Persian language? - Persian Dessert

        Is it this http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...3134749AAf3mvg

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          Re: Anyone who understands Persian language? - Persian Dessert

          Originally posted by AlHabeshi View Post
          wa aleykum salaam

          i dnt undestand persian..but the dessert kinda looks like kunafa
          how do you prepare your kunafa ?!? ... it never comes out like that dish on the video, it doesn't have a base like the dish did.
          *curious*


          OP, i think that yahoo ask thing has the recipe.
          'And when a thing for which you ask is slow to come,
          Then know that often through delay are gifts received'
          علي الحبشي

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