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Azerbaijani Dovga Soup آش دوغ آذربایجانی

Today I made Aash-e doogh (dovga aashi). Maybe you ask what is Aash?? In Iranian cuisine there are two kinds of soup or liquid food. Aash is a thick soup and exactly like soup made with variation of vegetables, or noodles,, stocks and spices.But on the contrary soup is a light and thin soup. served… Continue reading Azerbaijani Dovga Soup آش دوغ آذربایجانی

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Rice

Three Tasty-Easy Recipes for Leftover Rice

There are two things that are staple foods in the Iranian cuisine: rice and bread. They eat rice with different kinds of meat stews or vegetable dishes. In North of Iran, near the Caspian Sea, there are beautiful rice fields which are widely famous for cultivation of different kinds of Persian rice. You can make… Continue reading Three Tasty-Easy Recipes for Leftover Rice

Dolma

Persian Stuffed Zucchini (Dolmeh Kadoo دلمه کدو سبز)

Dolama or dolmeh دلمه is a tasty dish found in Iranian cuisine, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Greece, Arabic countries and Central Asia. The word dolma is a Turkish word and means to fill.  Dolma is the Persian version of stuffed vegetables. You can use eggplant, zucchini, onion, or tomato and stuff with either ground beef or turkey and… Continue reading Persian Stuffed Zucchini (Dolmeh Kadoo دلمه کدو سبز)

Dolma

Uch Baji Dolmasi ( Stuffed Eggplant, Tomato and Pepper Dolma)

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. The following recipe is an Azerbaijani recipe for dolma which is popular in Baku and Nakhchivan. This dolma is called Uch… Continue reading Uch Baji Dolmasi ( Stuffed Eggplant, Tomato and Pepper Dolma)

Rice

Rice Balls

A lovely finger food with rice. These tasty rice balls with different tastes will bring lots of fun and flavour to your table. Especially these days with World cup games, preparing quick foods, sit and watch the football. Ingredients 4 ½ cups sticky rice or sushi rice, cooked 4 spring onions or small bunch of… Continue reading Rice Balls