We have already talked about the different cities, foods, and tastes in various towns of Iran. Now you probably know very well that Iran is the center of delicious food, pastries, and ice creams. This time we are going to introduce the Pastries of Kerman, which accord with the climate of Kerman region. Pastries of Kerman
Komach Sehen (date-filled pie) is one of the traditional pastries of Kerman Province. The basic ingredient of Komach Sehen is wheat sprouts, cumin, and cinnamon. In fact, the confectioners make the dough with wheat sprouts’ flour. Then, they divide the dough into two parts and drop date and walnut or date and pistachio on one of those halves. Next, they put the second part on the first one. It is one of the most popular souvenirs of Kerman. and it also has big fans among the people of Kerman. Pastries of Kerman
Kolompeh is a pie somehow resembling a cookie. It is mostly baked in regions like Bam County in Kerman Province. The confectioner seasons the dough with cardamom, rosewater, and cinnamon. Then, they put a mixture of walnut and date inside it. Sometimes Kolompeh is made of Animal fats. The important part of baking this pastry is that confectioner pours sesame or pistachio powder on them.
Qottab is one of the most delicious and original Iranian cookies. The Iranians make it in different parts of the country, even in their homes. But Yazd and Kerman are two major cities where Qottab is baked. If you travel to Kerman, we highly recommend you try Qottab there. Especially because Qottab of Kerman is a kind of pastry with pistachio or walnut. The confectioners decorate its outer layer with powdered sugar.
Faloodeh of Kerman
It is true that the origin of this tasty dessert is Shiraz, but this delicious icy dessert is not confined to Shiraz. People of Kerman are particularly adept at making it. In fact, Faloodeh has now become one of the original souvenirs of Kerman. This delicious dessert is hugely popular among Iranians, especially during the hot days of the year. Faloodeh of Kerman differs from Shirazi Faloodeh. In fact, people of Kerman use mint distillate and pussy willow distillate as a seasoning. Finally, they use the chia seeds in order to decorate Faloodeh.