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Courgette Kuku: Simple and healthy
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Courgette Kuku: Simple and healthy

Kuku is a quiche-like Persian dish made with various ingredients, such as herbs, potatoes, courgettes, aubergines, and chicken. This recipe is made with courgettes, which has nutritional values and anti-diabetes, high cholesterol, and anticancer properties. It is good for reducing the symptoms of heart disease, prostate, and intestinal problems.

Aubergine stew – A dish for all seasons
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Aubergine stew – A dish for all seasons

Aubergine is high in iron and very good for anemia. In addition to preventing clogging of the arteries, it is also very good for the heart. This vegetable is very popular in all seasons, especially in the summer, and can be used in a variety of dishes, such as aubergine potage, stuffed aubergines, and rolled barbecued aubergines.

Naz Khatun – A health food from northern Iran
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Naz Khatun – A health food from northern Iran

Naz Khatun is a dish from northern Iran, especially the lush green Guilan Province, where most of the dishes are cooked with a tangy taste in the humid Caspian Sea region. This is served with a variety of mixed rice dishes, such as rice with broad beans and dill weed [recipe on website] and rice with lentils, lamb and raisins, or kebabs. The most popular combination is a side dish of Naz Khatun with lentils, lamb and raisin rice.

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