Falafel

Falafel is one the most favourite fast foods in the Middle East. Falafel is an Arabic word,and plural ‘ filfil’ meaning “pepper”. Falafel is a meatless food and good source of protein and suitable for vegetarians. Originally it is spicy but in any country it has adjusted based on the taste of people. Falafel is made of chickpeas or fava beans. Egyptians make falafe with … Continue reading Falafel

zucchini fritters with orange-yogurt sauce

Maybe you do not like zucchini (courgette) taste, but you can make it tasty and enjoy it now and again. Zucchini is very watery and best way or let’s say ways to remove excess water is to salt the zucchini and then squeeze it. Today I have my zucchini cakes with orange-yogurt sauce. Just give a try and find out how much they are tasty, delicate and light. Ingredients 1 large zucchini, coarsely … Continue reading zucchini fritters with orange-yogurt sauce

Manti ( Persian Dumpling)

Manti or mantu is a kind of dumpling that is popular in many countries such as Iran, Turkey, China, Armenia, Poland, Russia.. It’s made with dough and fill with combination of ground meat and spices or cheese or herbs and vegetables. Manti (mantu) is a popular dish between Turkmen people who are living in East coast of Caspian Sea in Iran.   Ingredients 2 cups … Continue reading Manti ( Persian Dumpling)

Persian lamb Kidneys with Tomato Sauce

Lamb kidneys ( Gholveh) is a juicy,  very simple and inexpensive dish with tomato sauce that is prepared quickly. Ingredients 5 lamb kidneys 2 onions. Finely chopped 3 tomatoes, diced 2 Tbsp. tomato paste 3 potatoes, cut into the small cubes Salt and pepper to taste 1 Tsp. turmeric 1 Tbsp. flour Butter or Oil Preparation Wash lamb kidneys, and cut into half. Slightly coat … Continue reading Persian lamb Kidneys with Tomato Sauce