Nan Panjereh Recipe

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Nan Panjereh or Rosette cookies are crispy and delicious treats that originate in Scandinavia. Rosettes are traditionally made during Christmas time. There’s a Persian version of these cookies called Nan Panjereh or Shirini Panjereh’i. To make Nan Panjereh, rose water, starch, and rice flour are used. In Iran, Shirini Panjereh’i is prepared and served on Nowruz days.



About This Recipe 

Nan Panjereh is a very thin cookie deep-fried in oil and dusted with powdered sugar or sprinkled with crushed nuts. Made with a few pantry ingredients, you’re going to love these crispy sweet treats. They are shaped like stars, flowers, and snowflakes. You should use a rosette cookie iron to shape the cookie batter.


Why You Will Love This Recipe Uses pantry ingredients: These cookies are

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