The delicious smell and incredibly pleasant taste of Ghormeh Sabzi have made it so popular with Iranians that you can rarely find one individual who does not like it.
Digi, which is also known as the “shepherds’ food”, is one of the tasty local foods cooked in Semnan province in eastern Iran.
The Iranian city of Damghan is well-known for its high-quality pistachios, so it would not be strange to see one of its most famous local foods is made with pistachios.
Tahdig is a delicious part of some Iranian foods which is popular both inside the country and in other parts of the world.
Doimaj, also known as Dogmaj, is a common traditional snack which people in some Iranian provinces eat during the warm seasons.
Reshte-Khoshkar is a tasty Iranian cookie native to the northern province of Gilan. The sweat and greasy cookie is usually eaten as a tea-time snack.
Iran and Tajikistan have many cultural commonalities, but among them is a delicious dish which is served in the two states with different names.
Haleem, a stew-like Middle Eastern dish, is a traditional and very nutritious meal. Iranians usually have it for breakfast in the morning, or at fast-breaking time at sunset during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Mango is a sensuous, juicy, exotic fruit, and one of the most popular tropical ones in many countries, including Iran. The unripe fruit tastes tart and is used for producing pickles and sauces, among other foods.
Special ancient traditions are still practiced in a number of Iranian cities during the holy month of Ramadan in addition to the common rituals and customs practiced nationwide.