samosa, dumpling, Vegetarains

Potato Samosa

 Samosa or as we say in Farsi sambose سمبوسه  is a fried , or baked pastry with different filling such as vegetables and herbs such as potatoes, coriander, parsely, onion, cheese, meat (lamb/ beef or chicken) and spices. Traditional samosas are vegetarin food but nowadays, you can add meat to samos's ingredients too. In English… Continue reading Potato Samosa

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Dolma

Uch Baji Dolmasi اوچ باجی دولماسی

Dolma is an Azeri word and in cooking culture means stuffed or filled. There are many forms of dolma including: stuffed grape leaves, stuffed eggplant( aubergine), zucchini, tomato, bell pepper, onion, potato, cabbage leaves. This dolma is called Uch baji. Uch means three and baji means sister in Azerbaijani language and it is like all… Continue reading Uch Baji Dolmasi اوچ باجی دولماسی

Bread, Ramadan ( Ramazan)

Kelane Naan Bread

Kelane is a traditional Kurdish stuffed fried flat bread. A very delicious thin bread. This bread is made in different countries such as Iran, Turkey, Afghanestn, Republic Azerbaijan. and referred to by different names. For example in Iran it’s called ‘ Kelane  ‘ in Afghanestan is called ‘ Bolani  ‘ . Traditionally this wonderful bread… Continue reading Kelane Naan Bread

samosa, dumpling, Vegetarains

Herbs Samosa سمبوسه سبزی

This is a very simple but healthy and tasteful recipe for samosa..  For wrapping herbs, I  use a kind of  Iranian bread that is called ‘ Lavash bread similar to tortilla bread . Preparing this dish is very easy . Typical samosa has a triangle sahpe but at the same time, Samosa takes different forms/shapes… Continue reading Herbs Samosa سمبوسه سبزی

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)