a bowl of cereal with milk and fruit
Home Life Eating and Drinking Recipe Ashura with persimmon without sugar

Recipe Ashura with persimmon without sugar

  •  500 g of Ashure wheat
  • 250g chickpeas
  • 150 gr. Boiled Beans
  • 1/2 Cup Rice
  • 150 gr. Peeled Raw Almonds
  • 200 gr. Dried Apricots
  • 200 gr. raisin
  • 1 orange
  • Enough boiling water
  • 10 dates
  • 1 Pinch Salt

For the above;

  • Roasted nuts
  • Walnut
  • Pistachios
  • Roasted sesame seeds
  • Fig

  • We wash it with plenty of water the night before and put it on the January oven to strain and boil the wheat we soaked.
  • When the wheat begins to swell well and open, we add pre-boiled chickpeas and dried beans on the wheat. Add the rice that we wash to the boiling pulses and boil the pulses together until the water of the Ashura is helmelenene, that is, until it has a consistency.
  • Add 1 pinch of salt to the boiling ingredients.
  • We put raisins and raw almonds in water in separate bowls
  • After peeling the almonds, which we soak in water, we add them to the boiling ashuren together with the raisins, which are waiting in the water and swollen.
  • We cut dried apricots in cubes and then add dried apricots
  • At this time, we balance its consistency by adding hot water to ashure, which condenses as it decays decidedly
  • We put 10 dates through the robot with the juice of the Orange, which we grate the shells and mash them
  • Finally, we add this puree to Ashura and boil it for another 10 minutes and then take it to serving bowls
  • After the portion is reduced to room temperature, we serve it by garnishing it with nuts and roasted sesame seeds.

Bonus: 5 benefits of Ashuren

Subscribe to our Newslatter

Sign up for free and be the first to get notified about new posts.