Jam

Carrot & Orange Jam (Moraba-ye Havij va Porteghall)

Making home made carrot jam is very popular in Iran and Middle East. Morabba is an Arabic word for jam. In my country Iran, Carrot jam is one of the most popular and utterly delicious jams. In Iranian breakfast, this jam is eaten for breakfast along with bread and butter and cup of tea and… Continue reading Carrot & Orange Jam (Moraba-ye Havij va Porteghall)

Nations food

Three coloured Borek

Borek is a Turkish dish, a thin pastry dough called which is called Yufka. Borek maybe baked or fried with different kinds of fillings such as carrots, spinach, potatoes,  Feta cheese, minced meat, ... Ingredients Filo pastry sheets 500g spinach, chopped 200g minced beef 200 g Feta cheese 2 cloves garlic 3 carrots, grated 1… Continue reading Three coloured Borek

Dish, Uncategorized

Roses Carrot- Zucchini Tart تارت کدوسبز و هویج

This colourful tart will get all attention at a party. I love the contrast between colours in this dish. Ingredients 1 puff pastry sheet2 eggs1 large green zucchini6 orange- purple and yellow carrots350g ricotta cheese100g mozzarella cheese or Feta cheese¼ tsp nutmeg powder¼ tsp black pepper½ tsp dried mint or oreganoSalt to taste How to… Continue reading Roses Carrot- Zucchini Tart تارت کدوسبز و هویج

Nations food, Rice

Traditional Samarkand Polow پلو سمرقندی

This gorgeous rice dish is popular in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in Central Asia. It is called: Samarkand polow. Samarkand or Samarqand سمرقند is an ancient city which is located in SE of Uzbekistan. Samarkand polow, can be made with meat like: lamb, beef or chicken, garlic , quail eggs and spices such as cumin that… Continue reading Traditional Samarkand Polow پلو سمرقندی