Food

Meat & Bean

Meat & Bean: A Nutritious, Yummy Iranian Food

Meat & Bean, a delicious dish made with meat, beans, rice and dill, is one of the main and traditional foods of the city of Kashan in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.

Tanoorcheh; A Mouth-Watering Iranian Food

Tanoorcheh is a traditional food and one of the most popular ones in Iran's southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan, especially the port city of Chabahar.

Women in Bushehr Make Delicious Breads to Welcome Nowruz

Housewives in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr welcome the advent of the Persian New Year by making different types of bread.

Home-Made Nowruz Cookies Most Popular in Tehran

Just days ahead of the Persian New Year or Nowruz, Iranian people from all walks of life begin to make home-made cookies as part of a traditional custom.
Kalle-Pache; Unusual Iranian Dish All Tourists Must Try

Kalle-Pache; Unusual Iranian Dish All Tourists Must Try

Kalle-pache is a very fatty traditional dish which is very popular in Iran and other countries in the Middle East and the South Caucasus.

Iranian Yoghurt Drink Internationally Registered by Codex

The Iranian yoghurt drink, which is called doogh in Iran, has been internationally registered by the Codex Alimentarius Commission.

Iranian Scientists Produce Edible Colours Using Pomegranate Peel

A group of Iranian researchers at a knowledge-based company have succeeded in producing harmless edible colours using pomegranate peel.

Chamomile Dish; Persian Food Suitable for Cold

Chamomile dish is one of the traditional Zoroastrian foods in the Iranian province of Kerman which is also popular in the southern city of Shiraz.

Persian Saffron Ice Cream; Delicate Dessert for Hot Days

Saffron ice cream is one of the most popular and original desserts in Iranian culture. As its name suggests, saffron is one of the main ingredients of this type of ice cream.

Carrots Stew; Original Dish from Iran’s Azarbaijan Province

Tabriz carrot stew is one of the most delicious and original dishes of Tabriz in northwest of Iran. It is both made with chicken and meat. They use chopped fried carrots in it. Contrary to what is supposed to be, this stew is not sweet and has a sour-sweet flavour due to using of plums. But you can add as much as sugar you want to make the food sweet.

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