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    These are lovely little 'short' cookies that melt in your mouth.

    Recipe #361064

    This is my favorite barley soup. I prefer to make it with oats, but it can be done with barley as well, just it takes longer to cook it. According to your taste, add more or less of anything. This is the way we like it. It's suppose to be thick.

    Recipe #394487

    5 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    This is a strong tea served in Israel and middle east. I am posting this at the request of my Eldest daughter who loves this Tea and was afraid of loosing the family recipe, such as it is.

    Recipe #145734

    This beautiful traditional Persian dessert is now a favorite of ours. This version is not overly sweet. Saffron, one of the most precious and most expensive spices in the world gives this pudding it's beautiful golden colour and rewarding flavour. Recipe by Nahal Lovessert, modified from http://www.lovescool.com. I never would have imagined a rice pudding without milk could be so good!

    Recipe #391045

    4 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    I have made this twice now and I love it.

    Recipe #111813

    A traditional Iranian dish made for special occasions. It is similar to American potato salad, but with chicken and lots of lemon. Very refreshing. A great summer side dish. Cooking time includes setting time.

    Recipe #194273

    4 Reviews |  By katia

    A very common recipe for chicken rice in middle Eastern. A recipe posted for World Zaar Tour 2006.

    Recipe #169400

    A Persian recipe by Israeli chef Hanoch Bar Shalom. Kosher for Passover only for Sephardim. Bar Shalom suggests making a double amount of the currant mixture to save for garnishing salads, meats and poultry. That part of the recipe is kosher for everybody.

    Recipe #8809

    7 Reviews |  By najwa

    From www.jewish-foods.com .. My husband had this at a persian restuarant and loved it. He then searched on Google and found this, so I made it for him .. It's really good! Times are estimated.

    Recipe #35940

    5 Reviews |  By chia

    this is a traditional persian dish according to cooking light. my family loved this!

    Recipe #81640

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is my daughter Nomi's all-time favorite way to eat rice. My friend Debbie, who is married to a Persian, makes this for her every time we're over at their house for a meal. I figured I was going to have to learn to make this myself, since Nomi just adores this rice and asks for it every time. It's a little complicated, but gets easier each time you make it (says Debbie). Well worth the effort, I'm a big fan of this rice myself, and EVERYONE always fights over the crust! Prep time includes soaking.

    Recipe #60341

    I think it comes from Gordon Ramsay's Healthy Appetite

    Recipe #401194

    A golden-coloured casserole with a mellow spiced flavour. An easy supper dish to serve with Basmati rice. Adapted from Slow Cooker book by Sara Lewis.

    Recipe #202953

    3 Reviews |  By wklee

    This thick soup of herbs, greens, legumes, grains, and noodles is cooked in a fried onion based liquid. It is customarily served as a starter before the actual meal is served. To serve, the soup is topped with creamy whey (kashk), fried onions with turmeric, lightly fried garlic, and fried mint. Without the whey, the soup is actually completely vegan, which is quite nice.

    Recipe #298125

    From soot food; posted for zaar 6.

    Recipe #428332

    The rice stuffing is very simple to make and turns out beautifully! If barberries are not available, chopped fresh cranberries or sour cherries are a good substitution. Preparation time does not include marinating time. Adapted from Persian Cooking for a Healthy Kitchen" by Najmieh Batmanglij.

    Recipe #397386

    This is from "Herbs and Spices the Cook's Reference" by Jill Norman. This substantial omelette, something like a Spanish tortilla, is called a kookoo in Iran and eggah in the Arab countries. A tablespoon of barberries can be added to the filling. The omelette can be baked or cooked on top of the stove.

    Recipe #253500

    Amazing recipe if you love Middle Eastern cooking like me. This dish is Iraqi (in my case, Iraqi-Israeli). It wouldn't surprise me if there was a Persian variant on this dish, because it combines stuffing vegetables with spiced ground meat, and simmering it deliciously in a tasty sauce. It can be served over any type of rice, and has a lot of juice/gravy that is just delicious. It is quite easy (though there are a few steps, none are difficult). This dish is kosher, but cannot be mixed with dairy products of course. It is a powerful and tasty dish, and I suggest that everyone try it. Warning - due to the appearance, I'm not sure how much little children (who are not Middle Eastern) would like it; though if they managed to try it, they would fall in LOVE. For the perfect compliment to this already amazingly rich dish, having hummus, tahina, and hot sauce (schug), and/or amba (an Iraqi pickled mango) - any middle eastern spread/dip. My mouth is watering just thinking about it all.

    Recipe #379378

    Posting from ZWT6 for Iran region. This is from the "The BBQ Bible" cookbook by Steven Raichlen. This will be one of the easiest and most delectable recipes you will ever prepare. The yogurt and lemon juice tenderize the chicken, while the saffron perfumes the flavor. The recipes use 8 chicken pieces, but cook drumsticks on one skewer, thigh on another and chicken breasts on another. This allows for the different cooking times needed for the different pieces.

    Recipe #424435

    This classic Arabian dish is Saudi Arabian in origin, and is believed to originate from the nomadic Bedouin tribes centuries ago. Arabic cuisine has its roots in tent cookery. Nomadic tribes could use only transportable foods such as rice and dates, or their nomadic stock like sheep and camels in their recipes. As the caravans journeyed throughout the Middle East, new seasonings and vegetables were discovered and added to the existing repertoire. Each new discovery was incorporated into the diet in quantities palatable to a particular tribe - a fact that many cooks believe is responsible for the anomalies found in some Arabic dishes today. You can use lamb (or camel !!) in this dish, but it is more usual to make it with chicken nowadays. I have a recipe posted on Zaar for the Kabsa spice mix needed in this recipe. Recipe #290159

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