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picture of recipePersian Chicken Dish Recipe
pepper,    lemon,    garlic,    whole chicken,    salt,    yogurt (plain)
Long, slow marinating in garlicky yogurt tenderizes, moistens and adds deep flavor so you end up with skinless grilled chicken that's as delicious as it is nutritionally correct. Serve with soft p...


picture of recipeChelo Recipe
oil,    salt,    rice,    water
A rice that is served over meat, such as kebob.
1   Wash the rice in cold water, then drain and place in a large bowl. Add about 8 cups of warm water. Allow to sit for 2-3 hours, covered.   2   After the...

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picture of recipeTah Dig (Persian Rice) Recipe | MyRecipes.com
butter,    canola oil,    saffron,    salt,    rice,    yogurt (plain),    water
MyRecipes recommends that you make this Tah Dig (Persian Rice) recipe from Cooking Light
1. Place 4 cups water in a saucepan over medium-high heat; bring to a boil. Add rice; cook for 10 minutes. Drai...


picture of recipePersian Rice Recipe
butter,    potato,    salt,    rice,    water
While this seems unusual, I am told it is common in Iranian (Persian) households. I got the recipe from a young Iranian girl I worked with years ago; the recipe is from her mother. The one time I made...


picture of recipePersian Love Tea Recipe
saffron,    cardamom,    sugar,    rose syrup,    water
This is thought to be an aphrodisiac.
1   Add spices to a kettle along with the water, rose water and sugar.   2   Stir mixture to dissolve sugar.   3   Bring mixture to a boil, then reduce heat, cover, an...


picture of recipePersian Rhubarb Syrup Recipe
sweetener,    mint,    rhubarb,    sugar,    lime juice
Add some seltzer or ginger ale and ice and this drink is a winner! Also can be used as an ice cream topping!
1   Put the rhubarb in a large stainless steel pan along with 3/4 cups water.   2   Bring to a...


picture of recipe Persian Fesenjun Recipe - Allrecipes.com
chicken breast,    olive oil,    walnut,    pomegranate,    onion
An amazing ethnic exotic Persian dish. Incredibly easy to make. Crowd pleaser. A lot of oil will come to the top of the dish. Don't worry, this is normal. This is the oil from the walnuts. Pomegra...


picture of recipeLavash Armenian Cracker Bread Recipe
yeast,    olive oil,    wholewheat flour,    salt,    honey,    water
1   In a large bowl, combine 1/4 cup of flour(s) with water, yeast and salt and mix until well combined.   2   Gradually add the remaining flour, mixing well.   3   Add in the oil and honey, adding more wa...


picture of recipe Ginger Sekanjabin Recipe - Allrecipes.com
ginger root,    white wine vinegar,    sugar,    water
Sekanjabin is a refreshing Persian drink. This recipe makes a ginger-flavored syrup which, when stirred into water, makes a spicy, refreshing soft drink.
Directions   Boil the sugar and water together ...


picture of recipeIranian chicken shish with pickled aubergine: Recipes: Good Food Channel
chicken leg,    mint,    coriander seed,    coriander,    cumin,    lemon,    garlic,    fennel,    aubergine/eggplant,    white wine vinegar,    sugar syrup,    yogurt (plain)
Richard Corrigan transforms inexpensive chicken legs into a fragrant feast with fresh herbs, toasted spices, and preserved lemon
How does this work?   Close   It's simple.   With just one click, all ...





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