Comfort food, Persian style. Eggplant Sumac Meatballs with Saffron Rice is perfect for a simple dinner that doesn’t require a lot of effort yet is full of flavor. The tanginess of sumac and the aroma of saffron make this dish very special.
Flavors, aromas and memories. For me, they always go hand in hand.
Bring more flavor to your winter days with this delicious Saffron Roasted Butternut Squash Soup. It has only a few ingredients and is jam packed with awesome flavors!
Finally back to Boston! I need some warm soup because it’s just so cold here!
You will fall in love with this Persian Love Bundt Cake. Not only because it’s filled with aromatic rosewater and cardamom, but also because it’s full of love!
Because anything with the aroma of saffron and rosewater will make you fall in love with life.
Learn how to bloom saffron once and forever. This technique is a no-fail and has been in my family for the longest time! There is so much you can do with bloomed saffron!
This beautiful mystic spice is the star of many Persian dishes, and I’m going to show you how easy it is to bloom it!
Make orange roasted chicken at home in three easy steps! Add your own homemade rub and sauce to have a perfectly golden roasted chicken that can be on the table in one hour!
This orange roasted chicken is great for weekends or parties! I love how easy and simple it is!
Kachi is a Persian Halva pudding that is full of saffron and rose water flavor. It’s easy to make and very delicious. It’s a taste of the Middle East!
This is a pudding that my maman used to make a lot. As always, this brings back many memories – and that’s why I love Persian Saturdays.
Zereshk polo morgh is one of the most famous dishes in Persian cuisine. It’s full of wonderful flavors such as saffron, turmeric and barberry.
This is my favorite Persian dish and there is a good reason for that: saffron.