Joojeh Kebab is a very popular dish in Iran. This kebab is usually served at parties such as wedding ceremonies. It is a food that is almost never eaten alone but with family or in a picnic. There are two ways of serving it: with Persian rice or with Persian bread. I´ll post the recipes for Persian rice and bread soon. Grilled tomatoes are always included beside this dish, but other optional components are grilled peppers and fresh lemons.
Kabab Koobideh Morgh is a kind of pan kebab made with a mixture of ground chicken, ground onion and saffron. Pan kebabs are very easy and quick to make since you do not need any skewering or grilling. The only thing you need to do is to spread the kebab mixture across a pan, give it some time, and expect a kebab just as delicious as the grilled ones. Another popular kind of pan kebab that I have shared its recipe before (Kabab Tabei), is made with ground beef instead of chicken and is a more typical dish among Iranians. Like any other kind […]
Kabab Tabei or Kabab deegi is a perfect dish for you, if you love kebabs and yet you don´t want to use a grill, or you don´t have one. This dish is quick to make but at the same time tastes just as delicious as the grilled versions of kebab.