Category: Traditional Foods

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KHORESH-E GHORME SABZI
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June 20, 2016January 19, 2017

KHORESH-E GHORME SABZI

This is a green dish; the basic ingredients are fresh parsley, cilantro, fenugreek, chives, kidney beans, dried Persian limes, onions, beef plus some herbs and spices. Although the vegetables get cooked thoroughly, this dish is a great source of protein, calcium and most importantly, divine deliciousness!

KHORESH-E FESENJAN
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June 14, 2016January 19, 2017

KHORESH-E FESENJAN

Adding to the variety of colors, this brown dish has a base of finely ground walnuts and pomegranate sauce. Usually joined by chicken, it is cooked very slowly. There are different preferences to the flavouring of this dish as it comes in sweet, sour or mild. This variation is caused by the choice to add...

TAH-CHEEN
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June 8, 2016January 19, 2017

TAH-CHEEN

Translating to ‘bottom-spread’ this is an extremely delicious and very Persian dish. It is basically saffron rice that has been cooked with a hint of yogurt (which makes the rice stick together). Usually served in pieces (like a cake), it is crispy golden-brown on top and soft and fluffy on the bottom. Just under the...

CUISINE
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January 5, 2016January 30, 2017

CUISINE

IRANIAN TRADITIONAL CUISINE Much like its ancient history, the foods of the Iranian cuisine have been passed down, added-to, and modified for the past few thousand years. For many travellers, knowing what to expect is going to be on their dinner plate is vital information. Luckily for all visitors, there is a very large variety...