Soup/aash

Cabbage aash ( ash-e kalam Azari)

Azerbaijan is located in NW of Iran. People of this region have their own magnificent recipes. This is one of those. It is called ‘Azari cabbage aash or kalam aashi in Azari language.  Maybe you ask what is aash ( aush) ?? In Iranian cuisine  there are two kinds of  liquid food.  Aash is a thick… Continue reading Cabbage aash ( ash-e kalam Azari)

Soup/aash

Azerbaijani Noodle Soup

This noodle soup is popular in NW of Iran. It has a sour/sweet taste due to vinegar and prunes in it.. This is a noodle soup with cereals, meat balls, fried onions and dried mint sauce. Ingredients 200g Persian noodles ( if it is not available you can use egg noodles instead of Persian noodles)… Continue reading Azerbaijani Noodle Soup

Soup/aash

Azerbaijani Fruit Soup ( Ash-e Meveh)

This is a traditional and hearty sweet-sour soup (aash) with  dried fruits such as prunes, apricots, tasty tiny meatballs, a little bit of spices, apple cider or grape vinegar and sugar. My mother used to make this delicious soup (Aash) in special occasions. Ingredients ½ cup rice 1/3 cup cooked yellow split peas ¼ cup… Continue reading Azerbaijani Fruit Soup ( Ash-e Meveh)

Soup/aash

Persian Barley Aash ( Aash-e Jo)

In  Persian cuisine, there is difference between soup and Aash. Soup is a light and thin dish, but Aash آش is a rich and thick soup and because it is rich food, can be considered as a main meal. Nowadays, Aash and soup can be bought canned in Persian stores, but It’s always tastier to… Continue reading Persian Barley Aash ( Aash-e Jo)