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  • Folks from Pakistan and India cool off with yogurt-based lassi drinks or the beverage known as falooda: a rose-flavored ice cream float laced with transparent squiggles of cellophane noodle. Chronicle 2010

  • Rose always reminds me of "falooda"...your version looks delicious!

    Rose milk for my Valentine Mika 2006

  • Mark Bennington Jaan, shown sipping falooda at Juhu beach, is a dwarf actor who has acted in over 80 television series.

    Documenting Life in Tinseltown 2011

  • She once manifested the most delicious rose syrup and a little packet of basil seeds so I could make falooda at home, one of my favorite of her desserts.

    Food-World Royalty 2011

  • India loves its falooda, vermicelli noodles in sweet custard, sort of a drink, sort of a dessert.

    Ellen Kanner: Meatless Monday: Happy World Pasta Day -- Guess What's for Dinner? 2009

  • The other dish we enjoyed here was the dessert "faludeh" - very reminiscent of the falooda I used to love in Bombay.

    Archive 2007-07-01 Nupur 2007

  • Niloufer Ichaporia King has a book, "My Bombay Kitchen," of Parsi stories and recipes, including falooda, which you can find at npr. org.

    Sugar in the Milk: A Parsi Kitchen Story 2008

  • Also Dabur rose syrup which I use to make simple falooda wt subja and tastes better over RoohAf.

    Rose Pudding Meera 2008

  • Miss the Gurukripa and Kailash Parbat, kulfi falooda

    Saffron Kulfi Meera 2008

  • Professor HOMI BHABHA (English, Harvard University): In my grandmother's home, on Parsi New Year we drank this absolutely delicious milkshake-like drink, falooda, made with pink rosewater and ice cream, little jelly bean-like seeds.

    Sugar in the Milk: A Parsi Kitchen Story 2008


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  • Also faluda, a Pakistani/Indian dessert drink made with rose syrup, vermicelli, tapioca pearls and fragrant spices like cardamom.

    September 27, 2013

  • My father called it 'fish eyes'!

    September 27, 2013