Pour the batter in a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and bake for 15-20 minutes.
After it has cooled down a bit, sprinkle a little bit of powdered sugar to your cake and roll your roulade to it’s desired shape and tightness and let it cool further. The powdered sugar will prevent the cake from sticking to itself. While it is cooling prepare your whip cream by beating the whip cream and powdered sugar and rose water. You can adjust the rose water and sugar to match your desired level of sweetness and aroma.
Unwrap your roulade, making sure it has fully cooled down (you can even transfer it to the fridge to expedite the cooling) and add the whip cream and re-roll the roulade.
You can then use the remaining whip cream to decorate the outside of the roulade and sprinkle cocoa powder or powdered sugar for a beautiful effect. You can even top it off with a beautiful strawberry garnish.
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Looking for a tasty gluten-free Persian dessert for your kids and family? Well fereny is the perfect treat!
2/3 cup rice flour
4 cups milk
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup rose water
cinnamon for topping
Place the rice flour and milk in a pot and stir over medium-low heat. Add the sugar. Continually stir until the mixture is smooth and the milk starts to thicken. It is very important to keep stirring to avoid clumping. Once you have reached the desired consistency, add your rose water and turn the heat off while still stirring. Pour your ferenny into a bowl and sprinkle some cinnamon on top.
Sholeh Zard (Persian saffron rice pudding) has to be my all time favorite Persian dessert! I am constantly looking for excuses to make it. So you graduated from preschool? Let me make you some sholeh zard. Your relative passed? Let me make you some sholeh zard. We’re going to a party. I better make some sholeh zard.
If you know anything about Persians and their hospitality, you know that it’s taboo to return a borrowed bowl or plate empty. So, of course I am filling the bowl my friend had brought food for us in with Sholeh Zard and taking another to a dinner party tonight to share with friends. Desserts taste better when shared 🙂