Baking · Secret Recipe Club

Pain in to Power

Persian Raisin Cookies

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Hello and welcome to March’s Group A SRC reveal!  I was soooo excited to see that this month I was partnered up with a “new to me” blog: Della Cocina Provera which is run by the awesome Francesca a DC ex-pat living in Amsterdam.  Her “poor kitchen” is stuffed with delicious Italian and Iranian meals reflecting her background.  I knew from the start I wanted to go for a Perisan dish, growing up in an Italian family I knew most of those recipes and part of the fun with SRC is branching out and trying new things – so Persian it was!  Eventually I was able to narrow it down to 5 options, including a yogurt dip, an eggplant stew, some raisin cookies,  and two not so Persian dishes that just sounded fantastic: Blue Cheese Pasta and Cauliflower cous-cous.   In the end my need for sweets won out and I went out to get some raisins for some delicious cookies.  I was a bit nervous with these cookies as they are missing some of the more traditional ingredients (salt, baking soda, etc) but that’s part of the reason why these cookies are that easy!

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I hope to make these cookies again when my oven is cooperating as I had a bit of trouble getting these to cook properly.  Regardless of if they bake “correctly” they were fantastic, and went perfectly with iced coffee.

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11 thoughts on “Pain in to Power

  1. Beautiful cookies! I almost made these very same cookies last month as I had Francesca’s lovely blog as my assignment for SRC for the month of February. Happy Reveal Day! 🙂

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