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Let's explore how to make cotton candy or fairy floss around the world. In Korea it is called dragons beard candy and it is made by pulling candy by hand into fine strands like hair. In Persia it has a nutty flavour from sesame seeds and is called pashmak. In Australia the USA and the UK it is made by spinning flavoured sugar using a cotton candy machine. Today I will show you how to make all three, they are heaps of fun to make at home.
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  1. Holley Ray

    Holley Ray

    2 kun oldin

    Done

  2. Skittl Skribbles

    Skittl Skribbles

    4 kun oldin

    fun fact! in Dutch we call it "sugar spider"

  3. MoonLex X

    MoonLex X

    4 kun oldin

    Done

  4. Samantha Zoe Miller

    Samantha Zoe Miller

    9 kun oldin

    The one she shows at the end is like normal authentic cotton candy I think it’s original ...I don’t know

  5. Lyiam D

    Lyiam D

    9 kun oldin

    I’ve been trying to make this for the past 2 weeks and every time I try it either breaks while pulling and falls apart, I burn myself while trying to make it or a piece would break off and cut me…. I ruined a good saucepan and I broke my candy thermometer and I had to buy a new one…. YOU MAKE THIS LOOK SO EASY!!!!!

  6. ratican

    ratican

    10 kun oldin

    Anne readon: Its pretty cold Me: You should see the uk all year round

  7. Vincio Truong

    Vincio Truong

    10 kun oldin

    Done

  8. the-red-Ghost

    the-red-Ghost

    11 kun oldin

    In turkey you can find pashmack everywhere for very cheap I think you should vist us after covid is over

  9. Lika Devlin

    Lika Devlin

    13 kun oldin

    I'm from iran and I'm happy to see a professional makes pashmak☺️ because it's really expensive here 🥺

  10. xBlossom

    xBlossom

    16 kun oldin

    I have made dragons beard before. I also burnt the sugar xD

  11. mahi sahu

    mahi sahu

    17 kun oldin

    I don’t exactly remember which but I think so yummy or 5 min crafts copied this and it was even pink but it looked a lot easier

  12. Emma van der Werf

    Emma van der Werf

    21 kun oldin

    Mini merengue's also taste exacly like cotton candy.

  13. Penurious Sierra

    Penurious Sierra

    23 kun oldin

    Tip: You can simply use high-wattage light bulb for the heat lamp, but you might need to wear sunglasses for that! 😁 If you have an old shop light that uses incandescent bulbs, you can use that too.

  14. Rinu Joseph

    Rinu Joseph

    24 kun oldin

    Please pin this comment

  15. Rinu Joseph

    Rinu Joseph

    24 kun oldin

    done !

  16. Sean Montgomery

    Sean Montgomery

    27 kun oldin

    Done

  17. Ga-young Kim

    Ga-young Kim

    28 kun oldin

    Cool fact- the dragon beard is actually made out of grain syrup.

  18. Maegin Smith

    Maegin Smith

    29 kun oldin

    Done!

  19. Nina R

    Nina R

    Oy oldin

    im allergic :

  20. Dirty Squirrell

    Dirty Squirrell

    Oy oldin

    Cotton Candy!

  21. Moon Gamer

    Moon Gamer

    Oy oldin

    My corrections (constructive criticism) 1: they use powdered sugar. 2: do NOT break the candy, if you do you must start over

  22. Hangul

    Hangul

    Oy oldin

    could you use tahini for the pashmak instead of blending sesame seeds in oil?

  23. Asta Andersen

    Asta Andersen

    Oy oldin

    Her saying that it’s pretty cold in Australia at winter... Me in Denmark in -11 degrees c🥶

  24. Itz_ Cottongirl247

    Itz_ Cottongirl247

    Oy oldin

    Done!!!

  25. אורלי אלמדווי

    אורלי אלמדווי

    Oy oldin

    In Israel it is called "cotton candy"👍♥️

  26. Yağız Efe Öztürk

    Yağız Efe Öztürk

    Oy oldin

    Kinda looks like pişmaniye from Turkey, neighbor of Iran, you may consider making pişmaniye

  27. HAM HAM

    HAM HAM

    Oy oldin

    In Catalan it's called "sugar cloud" and I love it😻

  28. Lior Krespi

    Lior Krespi

    Oy oldin

    The Pashmak is actually called, in popular turkish "Pi-sh-ma-ni-ye", that's a long word so I guess that's how you say that in english. I used to eat it SO MUCH as a child (I'm originally from turkey, now living in israel) everytime someone brought it back with it. The process was really fun to watch because as an 8 years old I always described it as "cotton candy that someone sprinkled tahini (the paste with the sesame seed) on it."

  29. Midnight Skyz

    Midnight Skyz

    Oy oldin

    i love pasmack so much its really tasty but as she said it is very expensive and now that she did a recipe i can make it any time I want thanks ann

  30. fatma esra çelebi

    fatma esra çelebi

    Oy oldin

    well pasmak is an turkish dessert there is so much version on diffrent countries but ı need to say you did it very fine to me

  31. Aloha- go to my about page please!

    Aloha- go to my about page please!

    Oy oldin

    I've had pashmak before its good

  32. Ramyani Das

    Ramyani Das

    Oy oldin

    "Wow it really does look like hair now, the kids are gonna love it"

  33. Willow Rose

    Willow Rose

    Oy oldin

    They used aged honey to make it

  34. philippe racicot

    philippe racicot

    Oy oldin

    I have a stand in downtown montreal that is a master of dragon's beard and it's soo good!

  35. Kelhi Macmillan

    Kelhi Macmillan

    Oy oldin

    Cotton candy is my ultimate favourite! I tried pashmak when I went to Marmaris in Turkey but I wasn't a big fan of it really.. I love these videos though, so entertaining to watch!!

  36. Avantika

    Avantika

    Oy oldin

    Pashmak reminds me of Soan Papri and no one quite loves it here (especially during Diwali... it keeps getting passed to Sharmaji ka beta)

  37. Nannapin Boon

    Nannapin Boon

    Oy oldin

    Done!

  38. SarahLaLaLa

    SarahLaLaLa

    Oy oldin

    My mom wasn't a professional baker, but she was a whiz at making homemade candies and decorating cakes. So watching you make these fun treats always brings a touch of nostalgia with it. I hope your boys, including Dave, appreciate your many talents ❤

  39. MysteriousMustacheMan

    MysteriousMustacheMan

    Oy oldin

    Does anybody know the song that plays at the outro? I am loving the joyful music!

  40. Practically Creative

    Practically Creative

    Oy oldin

    Me: lives in America and calls it cotton candy Also Me: these are really weird names... My brain: you call it COTTON candy, can you even make a shirt out of it? Me again: 🧐😣🤯

  41. Lord Nicoo!!!

    Lord Nicoo!!!

    Oy oldin

    Where's that thai cotton Candy served in lil squished pancakes?

    • Nannapin Boon

      Nannapin Boon

      Oy oldin

      @Lord Nicoo!!! oh

    • Lord Nicoo!!!

      Lord Nicoo!!!

      Oy oldin

      @Nannapin Boon yea Im not but I spent my entire life here in thailand

    • Nannapin Boon

      Nannapin Boon

      Oy oldin

      Idk btw i am thai

  42. rachmisyifa

    rachmisyifa

    Oy oldin

    In Indonesia it's called Rambut Nenek, or "Grandma's hair"😅

  43. Ishita Jain

    Ishita Jain

    Oy oldin

    Buddhi ke baal is cotton candy. This is sutarfeni or even soan papdi.

  44. Almondify

    Almondify

    Oy oldin

    done

  45. Eleanor Rahmany

    Eleanor Rahmany

    Oy oldin

    Could you just use tahini instead in the pashmak? It looks great will definitely give it a go!

  46. vxcv sdfsdf

    vxcv sdfsdf

    Oy oldin

    isnt dragons beard candy chinese

  47. the artwoolf

    the artwoolf

    Oy oldin

    Yeah you guys got our cotton candy from America lol gotta love the soft fluffyness of warmed spun sugar

  48. Cygnus Sky

    Cygnus Sky

    Oy oldin

    in my place it's called 'grandma's hair'

  49. d milgate

    d milgate

    Oy oldin

    Would tahini mixed with a little oil work as well as the sesame and oil mixture, and be even smoother? Tahini is found in Middle Eastern groceries, and some well stocked American groceries, here in the USA. It is also used for making hummus (which I've made) and other M.E. dishes.

  50. Miukay

    Miukay

    Oy oldin

    I’m Iranian and I gotta tell you pashmak is the best Iranian food I’ve ever had!

  51. David J. Wallace

    David J. Wallace

    Oy oldin

    I've had Pashmak before. My English teacher last year had some. She's italian and Iranian (or Palestinian I don't really remember). Her family sent her some and I got to try it. Pashmak is delicious, you won't regret it.

  52. 7LeopardStar

    7LeopardStar

    Oy oldin

    I don't have a thermometer 😔

  53. Karyn Peverill

    Karyn Peverill

    Oy oldin

    Thanks Ann!

  54. Cheru Siderea

    Cheru Siderea

    Oy oldin

    Where was the pink one? #Clickbait?

  55. Ayesha Khan

    Ayesha Khan

    Oy oldin

    Where's the pink edible hair from the thumbnail?

  56. Natalie Cooper

    Natalie Cooper

    Oy oldin

    You should try soan papdi x it’s n Indian one using chickpea flour

  57. Ch Abdul

    Ch Abdul

    Oy oldin

    In Pakistan it's so cheap like we can buy 36 cubes of these in 1 dollar

  58. Adrien Pinard

    Adrien Pinard

    Oy oldin

    The whole fat latterly wrestle because cobweb individually unlock as a plant snowboarding. furry furtive, ill command

  59. Animezingly

    Animezingly

    Oy oldin

    Wow! That's super duper different from American Cotton Candy!!! I'd love to try it some time... also some day I'd like to go somewhere where you can watch vendors making food right in front of you. I feel like it would be just incredible to watch masters working their craft like that right in front of you....

  60. Mary-Ruth Flores

    Mary-Ruth Flores

    Oy oldin

    Looked up the pashmak recipe, found three. Strangely the pictures all have the same hand with a lovely nail color!!

  61. •Stealth Potato•

    •Stealth Potato•

    Oy oldin

    My favourite out of all of the three would have to be the fairy floss, even though it really is just pure sugar

  62. Macadamia Fizz

    Macadamia Fizz

    Oy oldin

    I'm obsessed with her voice, I wonder how her singing voice would sound? Lol sorry for being off-topic

    • It's Melissa

      It's Melissa

      26 kun oldin

      Haha 😅 How To Sing That Would be cool I think

  63. atticus

    atticus

    Oy oldin

    Done!

  64. Always Learning

    Always Learning

    Oy oldin

    done

  65. Balaji

    Balaji

    Oy oldin

    Soam papudi in tamilnadu India

  66. Bigudi Müzik

    Bigudi Müzik

    Oy oldin

    My favourite would probably be peshmek. I live in Turkey and here peshmek is called Pişmaniye (pishmaniye). I love how you made it so similar to the original. Usually, the original is made of tahini (sesame seed paste). Yours was very very close to the real tahini, but the original is made of sesame seeds, they give their own oil so you don't have to add extra vegetable oil. Also, instead of corn flour they usually use corn starch, it doesn't get absorbed by the strands, so you get a cleaner taste.

  67. Kailoon Khoo

    Kailoon Khoo

    Oy oldin

    Dragon’s beard is actually a kind of traditional Chinese street food. Basically, the dragon we are talking about here is Chinese dragon, and there’s no doubt that it’s a symbol of China. We Chinese people are really happy to share our cousins with people around the world, but please do respect our culture. Dragon does not symbolize Korea.

  68. Hi, I'm Mirage

    Hi, I'm Mirage

    Oy oldin

    I'm used to Australian cotton candy but after trying pashmak, can't go back. It's much more sophisticated in flavour and less dauntingly sweet.

  69. zahra basiri

    zahra basiri

    Oy oldin

    I appreciate that you tried a recipe from Iran!I absolutely love pashmak and I hope you enjoyed it too!

  70. Doris Liu

    Doris Liu

    Oy oldin

    The dragon beard is actually from China. They usually serve it with peanut and sugar instead it

    • Mango Mash

      Mango Mash

      Oy oldin

      instead?

  71. Laura Elizabeth

    Laura Elizabeth

    Oy oldin

    Done! 🥰💕🍰

  72. IDoStuff

    IDoStuff

    Oy oldin

    My family tried to make dragons beard once, it was so hard we couldnt pull it. :(

  73. xSugarCubexAugust x

    xSugarCubexAugust x

    Oy oldin

    Done ✅

  74. Sakura Haruno

    Sakura Haruno

    Oy oldin

    We eat the same thing in bangladesh.. its called swon papri

  75. Strawberry Cookie

    Strawberry Cookie

    Oy oldin

    The Koreans: oh now she is showing everyone our recipe

  76. Salma AlfaQeeh

    Salma AlfaQeeh

    Oy oldin

    i’m gonna try making pashmak tonight! i don’t have sesame seeds on hand, but i have tahini which is essentially the sesame paste that she made, so i’ll try that

  77. JL4Destroyer

    JL4Destroyer

    2 oy oldin

    in hong kong we have dragon's beard as well and we add peanut fillings or sesame fillings.

  78. Zz Yess Sleepy zZ

    Zz Yess Sleepy zZ

    2 oy oldin

    Isn't dragon's beard from china-

  79. Viv Plays

    Viv Plays

    2 oy oldin

    done!

  80. Ishgood IM

    Ishgood IM

    2 oy oldin

    Done

  81. Savannah Knight

    Savannah Knight

    2 oy oldin

    I have not had cotton candy for like 3 years now

  82. kijki familie

    kijki familie

    2 oy oldin

    Our dutch cotten candy is translated suger spider

  83. Quazmos Tech

    Quazmos Tech

    2 oy oldin

    Pişmaniye

  84. Rosie

    Rosie

    2 oy oldin

    It's called candy floss in the UK and fun fact : it was invented by a dentist

  85. Miko Niko ni

    Miko Niko ni

    2 oy oldin

    Ann: it’s cold here in Australia Me: what is cold? I live in Cali

  86. Peep Land

    Peep Land

    2 oy oldin

    i love cotton candy

  87. angel bunny Groot & peanut cute

    angel bunny Groot & peanut cute

    2 oy oldin

    Done

  88. angel bunny Groot & peanut cute

    angel bunny Groot & peanut cute

    2 oy oldin

    Donr

  89. GloryGlory Hole’allelujah

    GloryGlory Hole’allelujah

    2 oy oldin

    I absolutely *LOVE* learning about all the different inventions and variations of candy/sweets from around the world! ❤️

  90. Meeri Hund Pferd

    Meeri Hund Pferd

    2 oy oldin

    In Germany, cotton candy is called „Zuckerwatte“ which literally translates to „sugar cotton“, so it’s very close to the English name for it

  91. rpearlman123

    rpearlman123

    3 oy oldin

    Do you think that you could use tahini for the first one

  92. Fereshteh Najjari

    Fereshteh Najjari

    3 oy oldin

    Pashmak means "small wool " in Persian 😄

  93. Krishna Vijay

    Krishna Vijay

    3 oy oldin

    DONE

  94. AMster SHEIkH

    AMster SHEIkH

    3 oy oldin

    We have a similar dessert (mitthai) in Pakistan, known as Pateesa. I love it. Sold in sweet shops

  95. cozycreamarts

    cozycreamarts

    3 oy oldin

    Done! Is it too late?

  96. Reed Goins

    Reed Goins

    3 oy oldin

    I'm pretty sure the cotton candy you have comes from the us

  97. HORIZONT Beskrajne Inovacije

    HORIZONT Beskrajne Inovacije

    3 oy oldin

    hi...amazing videos...could you maube do the marshmellow-fondant from very scratch...

  98. Mariam Kheir

    Mariam Kheir

    3 oy oldin

    Blossom did a vid about the dragons beard and posted it a gazillion times of course

  99. Zeynep Güral

    Zeynep Güral

    3 oy oldin

    Im from turkey and Pashmak is called Pişmaniye here, Its originally from Turkey.

  100. Fcoand Lima

    Fcoand Lima

    4 oy oldin

    You have to charge $ 500,00 for that due the hard work to do it.

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