"My name is Naz, owner of Temptations Cupcakes™ (An ALL-NATURAL Cupcake Experience!)
I am a young disabled female & would like the chance to spread hope one indulgence at a time. My disability is generally not a sensitive subject however, I have never been a fan of talking about it because I do not like the sympathy & I would like for people to look beyond it nonetheless, I cannot deny that it is a big part of who & what I am. In addition, it has been one of the greatest blessings in my life…
I have learned to be independent, innovative, all because of the daily challenges. These challenges combined with my diligence led me to start my own cupcake business, Temptations Cupcakes™ … Cupcakes, Cakes, & So Much More!
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Temptations Cupcakes™ Persian Rice Pudding:
1. Ground Persian saffron (Must be Persian)
a. ½ teaspoon
2. Pure Cane Sugar
a. 2 cups
3. Basmati Rice
a. 1 cup
4. Vegetable oil
a. 1 cup
5. Orange water
a. ¼ cup
6. Blanched Almonds
a. ¼ cup
7. Pistachio and cinnamon to garnish
• Rinse rice 3 times
o Leave in 7 cups of water (more or less rice depending on quality of rice) medium
o Add sugar when rice has become soft
o Stir to avoid rice from sticking to pot
• Separately, Mix the saffron with very hot water
o Then add saffron to rice mixture
o Put lid on pot & lower temperature (medium to low)…about 40 minutes
• Then place in a desired dish and decorate while still hot
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Naz and Temptation Cupcakes can be found at the following days and locations in the Los Angeles area.
* Sundays- Brentwood Farmers Market: 741 S Gretna Green Way
Los Angeles, CA 90046, 8:00am-2:00pm
*Thursdays- Lancaster Farmers Market: W Lancaster Blvd & Date Ave
Lancaster, CA 93534, 2:00pm-7:00pm
Delivery 7 days a week!
Greater LA area generally with 48 hour notice required
(subject to availability & minimum order of $50-$75)
Thanks for the awesome cupcake recipe and for sharing your story, Naz!
And tx you blog readers!