The custom of baking traditional home-made breads, which had long been forgotten in many Iranian cities, has revived amidst the outbreak of coronavirus.
Tarkhineh (also known as Kashkineh) is a nutritious local dish cooked in many western cities of Iran.
Tar Halva is a traditional dessert from Iran’s southern city of Shiraz, cooked mainly in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Sholeh-Qalamkar broth is a popular, traditional Iranian meal with a rather long list of ingredients and a lengthy recipe.
Fatir is a traditional type of sweet bread that has long been baked in Iran, either for breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
Lahijan cookies are among the most delicious cookies of the world that cannot be easily overlooked.
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.
In a different look at the Persian cuisine, an Iranian-American woman named Pontia Fallahi has introduced ten Iranian desserts that could be a different experience for those who travel to the country.
As the Iranian people have self-isolated amid the outbreak of coronavirus and have become obsessed by the health tips in the purchase of groceries, many families have decided to bake homemade bread to avoid getting out and buying from the bakeries.
Tomatoes might seem incongruous ingredients for making a jam, but the final result will be undoubtedly one of the best desserts you have ever tasted.