weddings which are based on ancient Arabic / Persian / Afghan ceremonies. As part of the wedding celebration an often lavish spread of food is prepared at the home of the bride. Included among the food is an assortment of pastries and sweets including noghl which is typically paid for by the groom. In many places in both Iran and Afghanistan Noghl (Nuql) is showered on the bride and groom much like confetti in Western countries would be.
Also known as noghl or nuql these sweet crunchy delicacies are made with sugar-coated slivered almonds and fragranced with rose water. Traditionally used to shower the bride and groom at Persian and Afghan weddings this delicacy is enjoyed alongside tea. Also enjoyed on Nowruz Persian New Year.
Ingredients: Sugar Slivered almonds Orange blossom flavor acid citric water