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    Recipe #56202

    This is a very popular dish in Iran. This recipe is from a friend who lived in Iran many years ago.

    Recipe #329553

    Turnip Soup (Persian/Iranian)

    Recipe #212986

    Persian/Iranian dinner

    Recipe #213133

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Also called Nane Lavash.

    Recipe #37001

    In early 2008 we spent a few days in the northwest Iranian city of Tabriz. We wanted to go to Tehran but all the roads were closed by snow so instead we got to know Tabriz. One of our favourite routines became going for breakfast at tiny restaurants that served honey, freshly drained from the honeycomb, along with a thick, spreadable cream and warm bread for breakfast. So simple yet so delicious. The bread should be like a plain naan bread and you can serve this with either sugary tea (no milk for Iranian style) or plain hot milk. A lighter version of this is yogurt with honey mixed in. Iranians also like honey and butter together on bread. Honey and just about anything is good!

    Recipe #277556

    5 Reviews |  By Molly53

    An exquisite Iranian dish.

    Recipe #313055

    Iranian vegetarian dish. It must be served hot, otherwise it loses flavor. Not very low fat either but it's yummy. It comes from "The Art of Persian Cooking"

    Recipe #351867

    Iranian salad posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #428050

    From the food and cooking of Spain, Africa and the middle east. Barberries can be found in middle eastern or international markets. Currants or dried cranberries could probably be substituted if you can't find them - but they're worth finding, as they lend a distinct tartness that goes well with the other flavors. (prep time does not include time needed to soak rice beforehand if you choose to do that, though I describe a shortcut method in the directions, as did a reviewer)

    Recipe #233257

    Nan-e Barbari is a popular Persian flatbread. It is often eaten with salty soft cheese such as feta with herbs (sabzi) or jam and a cup of tea for breakfast. It is similar to Armenian matnakash bread. I made this once for my Iranian boyfriend's parents and they approved :)

    Recipe #453533

    This is a Middle Eastern dip made of eggplants and tahini. Roasting the eggplants under a broiler or in the oven gives it a nice smokey flavor.

    Recipe #317311

    Persian/Iranian Dinner

    Recipe #213132

    Delicious Iranian style salad. Easy to throw together, goes well with kebabs, kofta, anything really. Prep time includes refrigeration time....

    Recipe #57915

    6 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Found at an Iranian site. Although this takes time, it looks delicious!

    Recipe #185504

    Nice light flavoured naturally-wheat free cookies from Iran. They are similar to ghorabeyeh, an Arabian Gulf shortbread cookie. The addition of eggs in this results in a fluffy, delicate texture. If rice flour is unavailable, grind raw rice or cream of rice to a fine powder in a coffee or spice grinder. This is a really light, fragrant cookie and is especially good with tea or (rice/moo) milk. Modified mainly from http://dessertofthemonthclub.blogspot.com by Kat.

    Recipe #390848

    I love these melting-in-your-mouth cookies! For chewier cookies, refrigerate the dough beforehand and bake it for a shorter period. For crispier ones, bake the dough longer or refrigerate the baked cookies.They'll flatten out during baking so leave enough space between them.

    Recipe #401179

    Years ago, when I cooked for a caterer, we catered an affair for Frank Purdue (of chicken fame!) at the Boston Aquarium. This was what he chose as one of the dishes featuring his chicken. I fell in love with it!

    Recipe #390291

    This is a lovely Persian fish dish. Serve it with Sabzi Polow for a traditional meal. You can use a little sumac or tamarind in place of the pomegranate powder.

    Recipe #298652

    Adapted from the Southern Heritage Company's Coming Cookbook, one of Mary Lily Flagler's dinner party recipes, served at Whitehall in Palm Beach, Florida.

    Recipe #472866

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