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    A common spice mix used in many Iranian dishes. If you don't have rose petals, you may omit them. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #430830

    Quick and easy Ayran preparation, refreshing drink from the Middle East

    Recipe #339985

    Traditional Persian Ice Cream, very delicious!

    Recipe #198651

    An aromatic Persian spice blend which is good added to stews and pulses. This recipe is from " A Taste of Persia" by Najmieh Batmanglij. The author suggests adding the rose petals to the ground spices. After trying both ways, I prefer to whizz them in the spice grinder for a minute or two.

    Recipe #253004

    Recipe by Ana Sortun. From Jan 2011 Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #466989

    This is one of my husband's favorites and I believe, it originates in Northern Iran. You might like it but if you don't like dill , than you might hate it!

    Recipe #400137

    2 Reviews |  By mliss29

    I asked my friend Hoda what this dish is called and she told me in Persian. I said, "what does that mean?" "Cucumbers and Yogurt." Well, okay.

    Recipe #292585

    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

    From yahoo group. This would also be good mixed into meatloaf mix etc.

    Recipe #406200

    Iranian Caviar is the finest and most expensive in the world. Khaviar has been a part of Persian cuisine for thousands of years. This is an excellent party or special occasion platter.

    Recipe #198654

    Simple and versatile. I use it in dips, tzatziki, potato salads and marinades. It comes from Northern Iran, where it's mixed with yogurt or it's used to make doogh- a yogurt drink. Don' t know the exact quantities.

    Recipe #335718

    8 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a traditional fruit salad that we always serve in the summer. It is traditionally served on the holiday of Tu Be'Shvat, but we love to eat it all summer long.

    Recipe #28345

    Found this on answers at yahoo.It says it goes with pita.

    Recipe #401192

    This is a typical Persian beverage that is enjoyed by many Iranis and has a flavor that is not unlike a cross between grape juice and lemonade with a touch of flowers. It truly has to be experienced to get the full understanding of how good it is, and it goes wonderfully as a complement to any Middle Eastern meal.

    Recipe #88546

    Beautiful, colour, aroma & flavour used in Persian foods. This is specifically called for in recipe#427545 & recipe#448277. Lovely to have on hand if you enjoy saffron. So far I have just made an amount to use immediately in whatever it is I am making. Idea gleaned from http://mypersiankitchen.com

    Recipe #448365

    A cool salad with a difference on a hot summers night.

    Recipe #23245

    Iranian salad posted for ZWT6.

    Recipe #428050

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Stacia_

    These are in fact sun dried limes. In Persian the same name is used for limes and lemons (limoo). Lemon would be called "limoo zard" (yellow lime). So when they translate, they call both limes and lemons "lemon". It is known to Persians that when you say "dried lemons" in English, you really mean "sun dried limes." (available outside of Oman in Middle Eastern groceries)

    Recipe #320558

    How to make ground loomi powder called for in some recipes.

    Recipe #419710

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