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The Kadoobareh is a yummy food originally made in the northern Iranian province of Mazandaran.
Iranians make many different types of kuku – an egg-based dish – with a variety of flavorings. Some variations include Kuku Sabzi (herb Kuku) and Kuku Sib-Zamini (potato Kuku).
Yoghurt stew is a traditional Iranian meal commonly cooked in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.
The prune-Spinach stew is a gourmet Iranian food served during both day-to-day meals and formal ceremonies.
An Iranian-American woman named Pontia Fallahi, in a different look at the Persian cuisine, has introduced ten Iranian desserts that could be a different experience for those who travel to the country.
Foreign tourists usually visit Iran for its historical attractions; however, now that the country is being listed among the world’s top tourist destinations, two Iranian women are organizing tours of Iranian cuisine to make foreigners more familiar with Iranian foods and eating traditions.
The tomato soup commonly cooked in the Iranian province of Hamadan is a must if you want to try a different cuisine.
A traditional kind of Iranian kebab strengthens the body, helps with problems of infertility and strengthens the eyes.
Nazkhatoon is one of the most popular and delicious local foods in Iranian cuisine.