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Ingredients: (4 servings) fine sugar, 150 grams thick honey, 3-4 spoonfuls cooking oil, 100 grams saffron, one teaspoon almonds, 150 grams pistachios, 100 grams Directions: Wash and thinly slice almonds, then allow to dry. Thinly slice pistachios. Mix sugar, honey and oil and cook over high heat stirring occasionally until sugar melts and turns golden. Add almonds and continue cooking while stirring occasionally until almonds also turn golden. Avoid too much stirring of the mix. Dissolve saffron in a bit of hot water and add to the mix. Pour some oil on a flat tray and rub over the entire surface. Pour a small amount of the mix on the tray. If it solidifies quickly, the mix is ready, Turn the heat very low. Pour small portions of the mix using a teaspoon on the tray at equal distances so that the portions do not touch. As soon as each portion is poured on the tray, place a few slices of pistachio on top. Allow to cool. Separate the sohaan from the tray using a knife and keep in a covered container.Home-made Garlic Oil
Finally, a photo of some home-made food, if only the very first step in its preparation. But what is this? It's fresh garlic. Unlike the white bulbs you usually find in supermarkets, this variety hasn't been dried, and the stem provides enough moisture to keep it fresh for a few days. Its taste is just as pungent as dried garlic, but not quite as harsh and "edgy". Whenever I use minced garlic, it often develops a slightly bitter taste if the cloves are fried too long and/or at too high a temperature. So, when I found this fantastic specimen of fresh garlic at my favorite organic grocery store, I copied what I had seen on TV several times: just cut the bulb of fresh garlic in half, place it in the frying pan on the freshly cut surface, and roast it for a couple of minutes. The result was fantastic: the oil had a pleasant garlic taste, and the soft, roasted cloves were a delight. Note to self: remember to buy some Italian bread next time and use the garlic to make some bruschette.
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