hello, I love cooking Persian Food and am very happy to find
Your lovely Blog. I found you on Pinterest!
Interested in Persian cookbooks wonder if you can recommend any authentic ones? I tried to add my name to your mailing list and have had no success so far. Please help. Thank you.
Hello and thanks for your nice comment. Don’t worry! Your email is already added to the mailing list. About the Persian cookbooks I would suggest Najmieh Batmanglij books, however I strongly believe that the best and most detailed recipes for Persian food can be found in food blogs.
It was nice to see your page! I really enjoy with some traditional persian food that you posted! Thank you
I love your authentic recipes. Why can’t I search for recipes at the persianpot.com ?
Thank you, Fariba! the search option is on the sidebar. enjoy exploring 😉
My husband used to eat in Iran when he was a child, a soup whith oat and tomatoes. Do you know the name of this soup, and the recipe ?
Many thanks !
I’d like to know if you have any seafood dishes that include Salmon?
My mother-in-law made Ashe Poste Paw for a farewell meal for those taking a trip.
Any ideas of what kind of soup this was??
Ashe Poshte Paw means farewell soup and it can be any kind of Ash. But usually it is the vegetable and noodle soup. I have the recipe in my blog. Here is the link: http://www.thepersianpot.com/recipe/ash-reshteh-vegetable-and-noodle-soup/
just made your halva, always had problem with the measurement of the sharbet /fried flour ,your recipe is spot on, thank you
Hi Marjan, So happy to hear that! 🙂
I made the chicken stew and served it to my Neighbour, who is from Shiras. He loved i
I am struggling making the rice What size cup do I use? Is there a metric equivalent of 2 cups of rice
I am loving learning to cook Persian food
Hi Claire, Happy to hear that your neighbour liked it. About the quantities I´m not really that concerned while cooking 😀 but I did measure the cup that I usually use and its a regular cup with 8cm height and about 7cm wide. Hope that helps! 🙂
I was wondering if you have any suggestion for potato substitution. My son can’t have potato for health reason. Thank you
I am trying to find some recipes to cook for a friend from Iran. She is having a baby any day now, in the uk, and I’d love to make her something comforting from her home. You have so many wonderful recipes. Is there any you would particularly suggest for this occasion and a Persian cuisine novice?
Hi for the falafel is it dry garbanzo beans or from a can?
do you have a recipe for gondi nokhodi ?
I was asked by a friend’s mother to make “fruit salad” the Persian way for a party. Do you have a recipe?
We have sun dried limes/lemons from Somalia. We are based in Washington DC metro area. If you are interested or have a lead you can help us with please let us know. We thank you in advance for any help you can give us in finding a market.
Torchi limo if my lemons are small like the size limo Amani does it need to be sliced or cut in half.
I am contacting you on behalf of McMaster University’s Iranian Student Association. I am in charge of our social media platform, and our facebook page will start sharing recipes of famous Iranian dishes. I was wondering if we can use your recipes and give you a shout out at the end of our posts on facebook for those interested in our Persian recipe series?
I want to thank my Iranian friend for sharing the recipes
See our site Persian food and give me your comment. thanks
Hi, In approximately 1980-85 I made a Persian dish that I got from a Minneapolis newspaper and I’d love to find one similar. It was chicken cooked in the oven and there were raisins on top but I don’t remember any other of the ingredients…just that it was very good. Does it sound familiar? I’d love to get a recipe for it. Thank you, Peggy
Some people use 2 or 3 kinds of lentil in making haleem …. from what I gathered from the Indian recipes. In Persian or Afghani haleem recipes lentil or chickpea is optional
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Hi I have a Persian friend who has been helping me discover the wonderful world of Persian food… he was talking to me about a recipe using bread, Persian feta cheese and mint , parsley and a few other things all mixed together and eaten like a kofta … he said it was called Mosh Taleh ..
The only thing is I can’t find a recipe anywhere can you please help me find what he is talking about…
Hoping you can help me
Thank you in advance.
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