The prune-Spinach stew is a gourmet Iranian food served during both day-to-day meals and formal ceremonies.
Once you try this truly delicious food from the north of Iran, you won’t be able to resist eating more.
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.
Iranian women make homemade pickles, along with the health benefits, they are useful and tasty seasons for everyday meals; and in some cases it...
If you like sweet dishes and carrots, then you should try Havij-Polo (Rice with Carrots) which is an original and yummy Iranian food.
The fourth Festival of Food and Colourful Dining Tables was held in the iconic Milad Tower in Tehran.
The staples in Iranian cuisine are wheat bread and long-grain white rice with lashings of yogurt, lamb and eggplant. Flavors are subtle, with cinnamon, cloves, turmeric, cardamom, and saffron never drowned out by excess of garlic.
Piazoo, a traditional food usually made in the Iranian city of Zanjan, is yet another Persian dish that tastes good and is worth trying.
Sosis Bandari, which literally means “Port Sausage”, is a simple Iranian spicy dish that belongs to the country’s southern regions near the Persian Gulf.
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.