Mulberry Candy is a traditional Iranian sweet that looks like mulberry fruit. Toot Candy is a dish specially prepared for the new year, called Nowruz.
Things to know about Toot Candy Recipe
This Iranian candy is made of almond flour and pistachios, seasoned with cardamom and rose water. It was named Mulberry Candy because of its appearance. The small cone resembles white mulberry fruit hence the name.
It’s a traditional sweet most commonly made at the Persian new year called ‘Nowruz.’ A festival celebrated for 7 seven days. Many confectionaries also sell these candies, but they are very easy to make at home.
It’s a mix-only recipe, you don’t need to cook it, and you can store it for many days. Rose water is a very authentic Persian element found in many Iranian dishes. This candy also gives an authentic original taste with added rose water.
Delicious Iranian Traditional White Mulberry Candy. Authentic Recipe of Toot Candy.
— General Atributes of This Recipe:
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- 1 cup Almond Slivered
- 1 cup Icing Sugar – Powdered Sugar – Confectioners Sugar
- 1 tsp Ground Cinnamon Powder
- 3 tsp Rose Water
- 30 pcs Pistachio Slivered
- ½ cup White Sugar – Regular Sugar – Granulated Sugar
- Grind slivered almonds and pistachios.
- Add rose water, powdered sugar, and cinnamon powder. Mix it well, it should form a dough not too sticky or too dry.
- Place regular sugar in a shallow dish.
- Take a little dough and form a cone shape from it, about the size of your thumb.
- Then gently roll this cone into sugar.
- Add a slivered pistachio at the base of each tut.
— Specific Atributes of This Recipe:
Cooking tip for making Toot Candy
Tut can be eaten fresh, but the best taste comes after keeping it for a day.
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