How to master baking Persian Love Cake

Persian Love Cake is moist, yet a fluffy piece of goodness, baked and adorned with Middle Eastern, specifically Persian, ingredients and spices. This Persian cake is well recognized by this name almost all around the world. However, on the contrary, not many Iranians in Iran have heard of the name Persian Love Cake. With Valentine’s […]

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Khorsh-e Beh | Persian Quince Stew

Khorsh-e Beh is the most famous dish in Persian cuisine among the recipes for stews with fruit. Persian quince stew, so-called Khoresh-e Beh, always reminds me of family dinners on cold days of autumn. The experience of Khoresh-e Beh with the great taste of soft-cooked quince in the mouth is unforgettable. Everything about this dish […]

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Kuku Sabzi – Persian Herb Frittata

Kuku Sabzi – Persian Herb Frittata is a traditional vegetarian dish served in Nowruz (Persian New Year). You can normally find this dish in Nowruz celebrations along with Sabzi polo mahi (rice with herbs served with fish). Also, this Herb Frittata can be prepared and eaten on its own, as a sandwich or a side […]

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Persian chickpea cookies | Nan-e Nokhodchi

Persian chickpea cookie or Nan-e Nokhodchi is a light gluten-free cookie that is one of the most favourite sweets for the Persian New Year. Alongside the preparation of Haft-Sin table and New Year’s special meal, Sabzi-Polo-Mahi, Persians have a tendency to make sweets and pastries. Iranians believe that these pastries can bring good fortune. As […]

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Ghormeh Sabzi | Persian Herb Stew

Ghormeh sabzi is considered to be the national dish of Iran, a Persian herb stew consisting of lamb, red beans and a variety of herbs that is loved by all Iranians. It is known as one of the most prominent dishes in Persian culinary heritage, an ancient classic recipe that has been passed down from […]

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