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    A delicious and creamy side that goes with almost anything, like pita chips, lavash bread, ruffled potato chips, or basmati rice. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427706

    A fresh and delicious Iranian rice dish. This recipe is vegetarian; however, it is soooo good served with chicken! From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427705

    A tart and wonderfully delicious Iranian dish. If you cannot find fresh sour cherries at your local grocery store or Middle Eastern market, you can use black cherries. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427704

    I remember what a treat it was when my Iranian grandmother would come visit and make kotlets on her first day here! As she made them, I would always stand next to her, waiting for the first ones to be done so I could steal a few before dinner. Our family eats them with basmati rice, served with sabzi (parsley, cilantro, basil, radishes, and onion), grilled tomatoes, and yogurt but you could easily transform these into a pita. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427659

    A rich and delicious Iranian stew that is very special! It's not the most appealing dish; however, it tastes fantastic. If desired, pomegranate seeds can be added for flavor and presentation. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427649

    Fully cooked basmati rice the Persian way with a light tadigh on the bottom. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427648

    This is one of my favorite dishes! I love being able to indulge in the best of carbs - basmati rice and reshteh noodles. You can find reshteh noodles at most Middle Eastern markets. It is a thin, flat pasta that kind of resembles capellini or fettuccine.

    Recipe #427647

    A hearty, tangy, and delicious Iranian recipe. It is a delicious blend of meat, split peas, tomatoes, and spices topped with french fries. When choosing a meat, select a "roast" type. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427645

    A heart and delicious Iranian stew made with celery and lamb. This is easily transformed into a vegetarian dish by omitting the lamb. If you are not fond of lamb, beef is another option, which my Iranian grandmother favors. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427643

    I love the recipes found on My Persian Kitchen, as they are authentic and delicious Iranian dishes. I chose this one, "Mitra's Sunshine Chicken" not only because it had my name in it, but because I remember my step mother having made this dish and I absolutely love it! The flavors are elegant and delicious. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427545

    A step that makes all the difference in cooking the rice for your Persian dishes. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427544

    This is how Iranians make the delectably crunchy "crust" on their rice. Yum! To parboil your rice, use my posted recipe, "Iranian Parboiled Rice". From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427543

    One of my favorite Iranian soups! This is a hearty and filling vegetarian soup that is enjoyed by many Iranians. You can use dried beans and cook them yourself; however, I use canned beans to save time. Personally, I don't think this dish is complete without the traditional ingredients of reshteh and kashk. Reshteh is an Iranian noodle that is similar to fettuccine, and can be found at most middle eastern markets. Kashk is whey, which can be purchased at middle eastern markets too. This can be substituted with sour cream; however, you are totally missing the full flavor of this dish if you do so. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427542

    A great alternative to boring chicken and rice. By marinating and cooking the chicken this way, you get a moist and wonderfully flavorful dish. And I love the crunchy tadig-esque crust formed at the bottom! From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427533

    A light, creamy, and delicious key lime pie perfect for the Spring and Summer! Note: Although I haven't tried this variation, I heard subbing crushed oatmeal cookies (1 1/2 cups) for the graham crackers is a nice adaptation to the crust recipe!

    Recipe #418748

    A hearty and healthy vegetable soup. From Nooschi.

    Recipe #418198

    The best of both worlds (potato salad and chicken salad) come together in one dish. From Nooschi.

    Recipe #418197

    A heart and delicious spinach and artichoke dip made with feta, yogurt, mint, and dill. From Nooschi.

    Recipe #418195

    A flavorful and hearty Persian stew. Serve with Basmati rice. Recipe from Nooschi.

    Recipe #418194

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