Sharbat with sour cherry syrup

Sharbat-e albaloo

Preparation info
  • Makes a bit less than

    4 cups

    • Difficulty


Appears in
Pomegranates & Artichokes: Recipes and memories of a journey from Iran to Italy

By Saghar Setareh

Published 2023

  • About

Fruit sharbats are a by-product of jam making. Usually, once the jam is done, the extra syrup is separated and stored in bottles, to be served in a glass of iced water on a hot day, just like any other sharbat. What follows is a recipe to make sour cherry sharbat without making the jam; this recipe can be applied to strawberries, too. The syrup will keep in the fridge for months. About two tablespoons of syrup is enough for each individual drink, which is then topped wi