Kabab Tabei is a delicious dish that you can make if you like to have kebabs but you don’t want to use a grill or you don’t have one. It’s simple and can be ready in an hour with a handful of ingredients!
That’s what I love about Persian food: homey, simple, delicious and full of love!
Update: Video has been added to this post.
Persian Steamed White Rice is the base for many Persian meals! Learn it the easy and practical way once and forever , then enjoy it with different stews and protein!
Rice for me, is like water for fish. I simply cannot live without it. I have tried a couple of times. Have failed every single time.
Nan Panjereh – Persian Rosettes is a traditional Persian cookie that is crisp and light. Once you find the technique, it is easy and fun to make!
Yes! Spring is around the corner, and we are getting ready to welcome spring!
Persian quince jam – Morabba Beh is a traditional jam.This fragrant fruit gives you such delicious and tangy jam that you can use in your breakfast parfaits with fruit, or just have it with some bread!
Some people grew up with PB&J, some with cereal. I grew up with this. For me, Quince jam – morabba beh is full of happy memories!
Dive into Persian deliciousness! Khoresht Fesenjan is a wonderful combination of pomegranate and walnut served with Persian style rice and saffron.
It just can’t get any better. It’s a combination of two best ingredients in the world: pomegranate and walnut.
Persian Style stuffed fish is very special. The filling includes walnuts and pomegranates which gives it a great crunch and taste!
Here is my last but certainly not least special dish for Yalda. This is the fish that we always have this time of the year. It is one of our favorites.
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.