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Halva ardeh Halvah Ardeh is a very tasty food that is consumed mostly by breakfast, and its ingredients are: Ardeh, Sugar, Eggs, Cardamom and Chubak. In the manufacture of Halvah Ardeh is used from Sesame Bryan Sayedeh, which is said to be called Liquid. In the old days, it was not sugar, it was used with dates of dates, grapes or honey.
The invention attributes to the Sheikh Baha'i how to achieve Halva Ardeh's production technology. As it is in history, Shah Abbas wanted a suitable diet for his soldiers to have these conditions: first, it was tumultuous and energetic; secondly, it should be easy to transport; and thirdly, it was suitable for war conditions and did not need to be heated for consumption. Following this, Sheikh Baha'i, in collaboration with the sweets makers of the time, invented what is known today as Halva ardeh.
Currently, in other countries of the world such as Greece, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, there is also Halva ardeh is also produced, which is different from the quality and production methods and ingredients in Iran. Halva ardeh, which is produced in Yazd province, especially in Ardakan, due to its lack of any chemical additives and is still produced in a traditional way and somewhat manually, its taste is natural, and its fans are More.
Solid and uniform products Which is made from cooking sugar, liquid glucose, citric acid, and then mixing this syrup with cooking oil at the same time as rubbing. Some additives can also be used in the preparation of this product.
Soft and uniform products with a no-chopped that comes from cooking sugar, liquid glucose, citric acid, wool juice and egg whites, and then mixing this syrup with the same amount of rubbing.
Solid and uniform products with a finely chopped appearance of cooking sugary juices, citric acid and chalk juice, and then mixing this syrup with rubbing.