Soup/aash

Azerbaijani Noodle Soup

This noodle soup is popular in NW of Iran. It has a sour/sweet taste due to vinegar and prunes in it.. This is a noodle soup with cereals, meat balls, fried onions and dried mint sauce. Ingredients 200g Persian noodles ( if it is not available you can use egg noodles instead of Persian noodles)… Continue reading Azerbaijani Noodle Soup

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Soup/aash

Azerbaijani Fruit Soup ( Ash-e Meveh)

This is a traditional and hearty sweet-sour soup (aash) with  dried fruits such as prunes, apricots, tasty tiny meatballs, a little bit of spices, apple cider or grape vinegar and sugar. My mother used to make this delicious soup (Aash) in special occasions. Ingredients ½ cup rice 1/3 cup cooked yellow split peas ¼ cup… Continue reading Azerbaijani Fruit Soup ( Ash-e Meveh)

Salad/pickles/ jams

Pickled grapes ( Torshi angoor)

Angoor in Persian language means grape and Torshi means pickle. This is a delicious recipe for pickled grapes. It’s a tangy- sweet supplement to rice – meat dishes and would be great alongside bread and cheese. Or or like what I do, just put out some of them from the jar and eat them by… Continue reading Pickled grapes ( Torshi angoor)