Saffron is worlds most coveted spice, and for good reason adds intense and unrivaled flavor to any dish. This is a simple, sophisticated dessert recipe. The recipe is good especially during Eid al-Fitr!
Check out the Saffron Mousse recipe for a lush and satisfying Eid treat!
2 cups of whipping cream
4 tablespoon of finely powdered sugar
1 tablespoon of saffron
1 tablespoon of warm milk
½ tablespoon for fresh ground cardamom powder
Ingredients for the Garnish
Few saffron strands
Roasted almonds flakes (optional)
Refrigerate the empty serving bowls for 30 minutes.
Heat up a small pan for two minutes then turn off the flame. Place saffron strands in the pan for 30 seconds. Remove and slightly crush in mortar and pestle. Transfer to a medium size bowl and add milk. Set aside.
Beat the cream in a chilled bowl with a mixer just until it forms soft peaks. Add the saffron and milk mixture with powdered sugar and cardamom powder. Beat for another 20 seconds.
Scoop the mixture into serving bowls or cups and garnish with fresh saffron stands. Serve chilled