Stew with polow

Persian Herb Stew (Ghormeh Sabzi)

Ghormeh sabzi, is one of the most beloved, delicious, aromatic and popular Iranian stew. It is often said Ghormeh sabzi , to be national dish of Iran. The history of Ghormeh sabzi dates back to more than 500 years ago. This stew prepares with diced meat (beef, lamb, and sometimes chicken meat ), loads of… Continue reading Persian Herb Stew (Ghormeh Sabzi)

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Omelettes/ eggs, Vegetarains

Persian Frittata with Herbs (Kookoo Sabzi)

Kookoo (frittata) is a group of Persian meatless (mostly) and sometimes with meat foods that is mixed with eggs. Kookoo is quit easy and quick to make. Kookoo might be something like frittata or herb patties: a mixture of egg with vegetables. Sabzi means herb in Farsi. In koko sabzi, herbs such as parsley, coriander, chives… Continue reading Persian Frittata with Herbs (Kookoo Sabzi)

Stew with polow

Azarbaijani Ghormeh sabzi or herb stew

Ghormeh sabzi, is one of favourites and very popular stew ( khoresht) between Persians and Azaris. Ghormeh in Azarbaijani language means fried and sabzi means greens or herbs. The vegetables mix for making ghormeh sabzi, can be purchased in Persian groceries. The ingredients are: parsley, coriander, spring onions, spinach and fenugreek leaves (called Shanbalileh in… Continue reading Azarbaijani Ghormeh sabzi or herb stew

finger food

Cheese Balls

Any kind of cheese is always tasty and lovely  starter or snack. I have prepared  cheese balls made with feta cheese and cream cheese with different garnishing. You can use your favourite herbs/fruits for your cheese balls.   Ingredients 300 g feta cheese 3 Tbsp. cream cheese 2 Tbsp. dried rose petal leaves 2 Tbsp.… Continue reading Cheese Balls