Halva at Pars Market

A common Middle Eastern dessert, Halva is a sweet confection that is traditionally served with a strong coffee or tea. There are two types: one is a flour-based concoction, and the other uses finely ground nuts as its base. The texture varies greatly depending on the area from which its recipe is derived. It is often garnished with crushed pistachios or covered in Chocolate. Recipes and additives vary somewhat from region to region, and from cook to cook.
The name comes from the Arabic word halawa, which means “sweet,” a term that perfectly describes this concoction. Turkish and Hebrew cultures have recipes with slight variations on the Middle Eastern dessert. The inexpensive treat is eaten in small blocks and often savored, melting slowly on a person’s tongue. at Pars Market you can find a large selection of best quality Halvas with different flavors such as Plain, with Pistachio, With Nuts and Mixed Chocolate Flavor….

Halva with Pistachio Nuts at Pars Market

Halva is a quite simple and popular confection to make and takes very little time to prepare. It contains only a few basic ingredients, including water, sugar, and flour. The addition of Rose Water is what makes this sweet confection so unique.
The most common type of grain flour used to make halva is Semolina, which is made from durum Wheat. It is most often coarsely ground, as opposed to the traditional cooking flour that is finely ground. The yellow coloring of the semolina flour, also referred to as sameed, gives the treat a rich hue. While it tends to be coarse before cooking, this flour becomes soft and porridge-like when it is cooked.

 

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9400 SNOWDEN RIVER PARKWAY # 109
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