Stews

Baghala Polo ba Mahiche (Rice with Broad Beans and Lamb Shank)


Baghali Polow ba Mahiche is one of the most popular dishes in Iran, and is usually served at parties such as wedding ceremonies. The combination of rice with dills and broad beans is called Baghali Polow, and the fork tender lamb shanks which is served beside the rice is called Mahiche....  Read more
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Khorake Loobia Sabz (Green Bean Stew)


In Persian cuisine there are plenty of dishes with beans such as Rice with Green Beans and Rice with Broad Beans, but one of the most popular one in Iran is Khorake Loobia Sabz or green bean stew. This stew is made with a mixture of beef, green beans, carrot, potato, onion and tomato paste. Green...  Read more
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Abgoosht (Lamb Chickpea Soup)

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Abgoosht is one of the most traditional Iranian foods. It is also called Dizi, which refers to the traditional stone crock pots it is served in. Hundreds of years ago Abgoosht was made with lamb and chickpeas. However, later on when new foods such as potatoes and tomatoes were introduced to Iranian...  Read more
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Khoresht Havij (Carrot Stew)

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Khoresh or Khoresht is a generic term for stew dishes in Persian cuisine. There are multiple different stew dishes in Persian cuisine and they are typically served beside rice. The most popular Khoreshs are Gheymeh, Ghormeh Sabzi and Fesenjan (check  their recipes and compare!). The recipe I am sharing here for the carrot stew is very...  Read more
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Khoresh Bamieh (Iranian Okra Stew)


The word Khoresh or Khoresht is a generic term for stew dishes in Persian cuisine. There are multiple different stew dishes in Iran and the most popular ones are Gheymeh, Ghormeh Sabzi and Fesenjan (check their recipes and compare!). Khoreshs are usually served with Persian rice which I have posted its cooking method before in a detailed...  Read more
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Haleem (Wheat and Meat Porridge)


Haleem or Halim is a thick, delicious and high calorie porridge popular in the middle east and central Asia for centuries. It is also known for some other names such as Harees/Hareesa, Keshkek, Kichara or Daleem. The origin of Haleem is not definite. But, it is a star of Arabian, Turkish, Persian, Pakistani,...  Read more
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