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The vegetable mix for this dish can be purchased in Iranian groceries here. I haven't made it for years and couldn't remember the recipe when I found the "lost" bag with the dried veggies in the depth of my pantry. This was exactly what I was looking for - love it :D Thanks for posting!
Made for Healthy Hearts Find The Tags / Diabetic Forum Feb. 2012.

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Mia in Germany February 09, 2012

My father is Persian and would make this dish growing up all the time. Although there are variations of this dish, this recipe was easy to follow and tasted just like I expected it to -- delicious! I used stew meat so it was already cut and only let it simmer for about 30 minutes instead of the full hour. I still got the same great taste. I am adding this to my recipe box!

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Jaiyla September 09, 2012

Oh my God, this recipe is spot on! I did use the fenugreek seeds and of course the dried limes, which I got at a middle east market. Absolutely delicious. Anyone else wanting to try this and has never before had Persian food, be sure and eat this with Basmati Rice. Any other rice would be a sin. I cook my rice with saffron.

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BrandonCarroll July 28, 2013

This is a great recipe. I used kale instead of spinach since it is growing rapidly in the garden now, and used about double the amount. It was amazing!

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Sarah L. July 27, 2014
Ghormeh Sabzi - Persian Green Stew