|Place of origin||Iran|
|Region or state||Isfahan|
|Main ingredients||honey, sugar, saffron, almond or other nuts and oil|
Sohan asali (Persian: سوهان عسلی, romanized: sohān-e asali; from asal "honey") is a kind of Iranian confectionery (sohan) originating in Esfahan, Iran.
It is made of honey, sugar, saffron, almond, pistachios and other nuts and cooking oil. It’s akin to a hard toffee, being brittle and breaking into shards. It varies from the more ubiquitous Sohan from the city of Qom (sohān-e-Qomi) as it uses no wheat and much less butter and/or oil. So it’s not as short and holds its structure whilst Qom Sohan can disintegrate into powder when pressed hard.