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Sohan-e Qom - Persian Saffron Brittle Candy

Sohan-e Qom is a traditional Persian saffron brittle candy coming from the city of Qom, Iran. Buttery, crunchy and scented with saffron, this candy is easy to make and utterly addictive with tea.

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from Ahu Eats

Doogh - Persian Yogurt Drink

Doogh is a classic Iranian drink – refreshing, minty and bubbly! Perfect to cool you down or to wash down a heavy Persian meal.

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Persian Food ● 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. These two parts served together make a sublime taste. The origin of this food dates back to Safavid dynasty that ruled Iran from 1501 to 1722, and the kings were served with rice and lamb…

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from Bravo TV Official Site

Want to Eat Like the Shahs? Check Out These 10 Mouthwatering Iranian Dishes

Iran is home to one of the world’s earliest cuisines, with a rich history of beautiful dishes that have remained popular and vital for generations. You may have seen glimpses of the classics via family and friend gatherings on Shahs of Sunset, and spotted crispy tahdig rice or sexy fesenjan chicken or the ghormeh sabzi stew that cast member Asa Soltan Rahmati lovingly makes for her partner Jermaine Jackson Jr.

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from presstv.ir

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Kabab koobideh (Persian: کباب کوبیده‎) or kūbide (Persian: کوبیده‎) is an Iranian minced meat kabab which is made from ground lamb, beef or chicken, often mixed with parsley and chopped onions.

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Persian lamb stew recipe

This Persian lamb stew one-pot recipe is really easy and under 500 calories - perfect midweek comfort food.

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from Uncornered Market

From Kebabs to Khoresht: Eating Your Way Through Iran

Persian food guide. All you need to know to eat your way through Iran! http://uncorneredmarket.com/iran-food/

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