At first glance, the yummy stuffed meatballs whose filling can undergo changes to fit different tastes might seem difficult to cook, but once you get the hang of the dish, you cannot let go of it.
The recipe for Gheymeh, a dish that has made a name for itself as a fixture of religious functions.
Baghali Polo, rice mixed with fava beans and dill, can be either served with chicken or meat.
As a common practice among the people of different religions, cultures and nationalities around the globe on the eve or first days of the New Year, Iranians serve their traditional dishes on the initial days of Nowruz.
You will never know how incredibly delicious a simple combination of rice, meat and green beans is unless you give Loobia Polo a shot.
9th Iranian festival of traditional food was helf Friday at Rahyar Educational Complex, Tehran, aiming to help talented and needy students.
Once you try this truly delicious food from the north of Iran, you won’t be able to resist eating more.
Because the recipe can undergo change to fit different tastes, it can also be a winner with vegetarians if the meat is excluded.
Ramsar, a city in Iran’s northern province of Mazandaran, is hosting the three-day Festival of Iranian Traditional Cuisine, Region 1, which started on July 20.
The well-known food website Food Republic has introduced 10 Iranian dishes and invited its users to try them during their visits to the country.