recipes for a happy marriage #10

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Hi everyone! Vané from Brooklyn Bride is here today to share a recipe near and dear to her family at the holidays. Thanks so much for stopping by Vané!

This recipe is from my mom and it’s something she makes every year around the holidays, so I thought it was pretty appropriate timing. Literally translated, Anoushabour means “sweet soup,” but it’s definitely more like a pudding in consistency.  Sounds weird, but it tastes amazing, and brings so many memories from past holidays.  It’s fun to dress it up with almonds or walnuts spelling out the new year, perhaps 2011, and it’s ESPECIALLY good for breakfast the next day after a late night wrapping gifts or kicking off the new year.

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