Basloq as a Iranian Sweet and Snack

Basloq

Basloq is one of the oldest Iranian desserts, which today is mostly consumed as a sweets with tea. This delicious dessert is very enjoyable, so most people love Basloq. Basloq is a kind of sweets and souvenirs from Maragheh, Malayer and Arak, which is being produced in this city. To prepare this pastry, you can use a grape juice, starch, almonds, or sweet apricot kernels and spices are used.

Basloq as a Iranian Sweet and Snack

Basloq

About Basloq

Basloq in Maragheh is usually prepared mid-December to be ready for consumption in Nowruz. The process of preparing a Basloq which take at least three months is as follows:

Almond brain or apricot kernel in boiling water that is peeled off, then peeled in special stitches and hang to dry.

Grape juice until one third of it evaporates and mix it with starch, then mix the yarns in it and hang it again. After about half an hour, the yarns are Brought down, mixed again, then hangs the yarn again. Stay up to about a month. After a month, they have Brought down the bulbs and put them in wooden boxes and put the boxes in a soft and moist place to bring the sugar and ready to use.