Zereshk Polo Morgh |Persian Barberry Rice With Chicken

Zereshk Polo Ba Morgh is one of the signature dishes of Persian cuisine. This food is made with rice, barberry, saffron and chicken. This simple yet delicious food is loved by all Iranians. What is Zereshk Polo Ba Morgh? Zereshk Polo Ba Morgh literally means “Barberry rice with chicken”. In Farsi, Polo / Polow generally […]

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Abgoosht | Persian Lamb Stew

Abgoosht or Persian Lamb Stew is a must if you are visiting Iran and no way you can miss it in places like the Grand Bazaar. You can find this Persian Lamb Stew in most big gatherings, such as weddings, mournings or Iftars during the Ramadan. These days, this dish is the best occasion for […]

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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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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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Morgh-e Torsh | Persian sour chicken and green herb stew

Morgh-e Torsh is the Persian sour chicken and green herb stew. The dish comes from Gilan with its magical green herbs! The sour taste of Morgh-e Torsh along with its magnificent odour will probably take one to the heart of Iran, Gilan. This simple dish is full of flavours and you cannot go wrong giving […]

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