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    Third stop on Asian tour: Iran

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    Sharon123
    Fri Nov 24, 2006 11:49 am
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    I have made Pickled Garlic by T. Woolfe. Delicious! I can't wait 1 month for this, it's good straight from the pan! icon_lol.gif
    tigerduck
    Fri Nov 24, 2006 12:57 pm
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    Bergy wrote:
    I am enjoying your Tour tigerduck


    Thanks, I'm happy to hear that icon_biggrin.gif .

    I am so busy with writing on my thesis and teaching day and evening classes. Maybe I will be able to cook something Iranian this weekend.
    PanNan
    Sun Nov 26, 2006 8:53 pm
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    Now that Thanksgiving is over and my son is on his way back to school, I had time to think about my Iranian menu. This time I've found some recipes outside of Zaar that I plan to try - probably next weekend. If they're any good, I'll post them.

    Khoresh Ghaarch - Chicken simmered with onions, with a mushroom saffron type sauce added at the end. This is served with Polow - a version of basmati rice. If I can still find a few nice tomatoes I'll make Salad - Shirazi, a salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, lime juice, olive oil and fresh mint.
    tigerduck
    Mon Nov 27, 2006 4:28 pm
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    I have made a nice dish today with basmati rice, cabbage and minced beef balls, all cooked together and spiced with black cumin, turmeric and saffron.

    I will post the recipe as soon as I can and give you the link.
    Elmotoo
    Mon Dec 04, 2006 3:28 pm
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    tigerduck wrote:
    I have made a nice dish today with basmati rice, cabbage and minced beef balls, all cooked together and spiced with black cumin, turmeric and saffron.

    I will post the recipe as soon as I can and give you the link.

    Please do - I could use that recipe tonight, lol!
    Beth
    Scots Lass/Cairo
    Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:06 am
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    I am a Scot , and I live in Cairo in Egypt, and I cook a lot of Iranian food for my family as we believe it to have many health-giving benefits. Most Iranian people consume vast quantities of yoghurt which they call Mast, incorporating it into salads, marinades and quite a few cooked dishes. I will search my collection , many of the recipes have been given to me by Iranians themselves, so we are talking really authentic cooking. The cuisine is mildly spiced, and tends to rely more on herbs which are usually fresh. I will post some recipes as soon as I can icon_smile.gif
    Sharon123
    Sun Dec 10, 2006 8:46 pm
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    Scots Lass, looking forward to seeing your recipes! icon_lol.gif
    Scots Lass/Cairo
    Mon Dec 11, 2006 9:11 am
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    Hi Sharon123!! I have decided to make Borani Esfenaj, which is Spinach Salad, Iranian style, I will probably make Bagali Polo, which is an exotic rice dish flavoured with dill, Tah Chin, chicken cooked with saffron and yoghurt and last but not least, my Persian Fruit Salad. I will post these recipes on the site next week, I promise!! icon_smile.gif
    Bergy
    Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:07 am
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    Scots Lass/Cairo wrote:
    Hi Sharon123!! I have decided to make Borani Esfenaj, which is Spinach Salad, Iranian style, I will probably make Bagali Polo, which is an exotic rice dish flavoured with dill, Tah Chin, chicken cooked with saffron and yoghurt and last but not least, my Persian Fruit Salad. I will post these recipes on the site next week, I promise!! icon_smile.gif


    Oh they sound interesting, I look forward to seeing the recipes
    tigerduck
    Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:19 pm
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    Scots Lass/Cairo wrote:
    Hi Sharon123!! I have decided to make Borani Esfenaj, which is Spinach Salad, Iranian style, I will probably make Bagali Polo, which is an exotic rice dish flavoured with dill, Tah Chin, chicken cooked with saffron and yoghurt and last but not least, my Persian Fruit Salad. I will post these recipes on the site next week, I promise!! icon_smile.gif


    Thank you for joining us and contributing some of your authentic Iranian recipes and your food knowledge!
    tigerduck
    Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:24 pm
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    Unfortunately I had to send in my laptop and haven't had access to the internet for several weeks icon_sad.gif.

    I am still waiting for my laptop to be repaired. However, I now have at least the internet working on my old laptop.

    However, due to my laptop problems on the one hand and the approaching RSC contest, the Asian tour is taking a break until RSC is over. You are still invited to cook Iranian dishes until we stop in another country, though.
    Bergy
    Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:00 pm
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    tigerduck wrote:
    Unfortunately I had to send in my laptop and haven't had access to the internet for several weeks icon_sad.gif.

    I am still waiting for my laptop to be repaired. However, I now have at least the internet working on my old laptop.

    However, due to my laptop problems on the one hand and the approaching RSC contest, the Asian tour is taking a break until RSC is over. You are still invited to cook Iranian dishes until we stop in another country, though.


    I'll be waiting when we are back on the Asian tour I can't wait to see you Ingredient list for RSC9
    tigerduck
    Tue Jan 02, 2007 3:02 am
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    Bergy, the list is nearly finished, although I keep changing some of the ingredients...
    Bergy
    Tue Jan 02, 2007 9:32 am
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    tigerduck wrote:
    Bergy, the list is nearly finished, although I keep changing some of the ingredients...



    I know what you are going through!
    Elmotoo
    Tue Jan 02, 2007 10:58 am
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    tigerduck wrote:
    Bergy, the list is nearly finished, although I keep changing some of the ingredients...


    Ooh, I can't wait!!!
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