Quince and plum stew is a traditional Persian dish which is popular in the fall when quince is available. Its combination with plums makes this a sour-sweet dish, because sugar can be used to take off the sour edge of plums for a better taste. This stew has a truly tempting aroma.
Ghormeh Sabzi is Iran’s topmost favorite dish. It is cooked across the country with some small variations. It is probably safe to say it is the most original Persian stew. One of its advantages is that it tastes even better when it is leftover and warmed up a second time. It is served with rice which must be prepared separately.
Aubergines are a specialty of Semnan Province, northern Iran. Their good taste and lack of seeds may be due to the desert climate in this area. The people of Semnan make a wide variety of aubergine dishes in the summer. One of these is whey aubergine which is a delicious traditional.
If you are interested in using more vegetables in your food, we recommend cabbage rice to you. This is a traditional dish from Shiraz, in Fars Province, southern Iran. It is a recipe for all four seasons, but it is more popular in autumn and is well-liked by children.
The people of northern Iran are known for their palatable cuisine and have also registered a number of these in Iran as a national heritage. Nardun stew is one of these appetizing dishes made with pomegranates, and thus associated with the Yalda winter solstice by many Iranians.
Moras’a Polo, or jewel rice, is one of the most delicious Iranian rice dishes which can be served at parties. It does not take long to prepare, but has a wide variety of ingredients. This is how it is prepared.
Three points are very important in cooking – taste, smell, and appearance of food. These white onion dolmados have all three characteristics at the same time and will make a delicious sight for your table.
Chive stew is a recipe from the western Kurdistan Province of Iran. It is so delicious that it rivals with one of Iran’s top favorite stews – the Ghormeh Sabzi. Chive stew is cooked across Iran with slightly different recipes. The original recipe is as follows:
A Russian affairs analyst in Iran believes: “The main addressees of Putin’s recent speech were Europe and the US. But, Russia will not take Iran’s side as tensions rise and, essentially, it is not in a position to help Iran.”
The Trump administration has been on high alert in response to what military and intelligence officials have deemed specific and credible threats from Iran against U.S. personnel in the Middle East, according to The Washington Post
Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has said his country won't negotiate with President Donald Trump unless the US shows Tehran "respect" by honoring its commitments under the disputed nuclear deal, reports CNN.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says Iran is prepared to support the nuclear deal exactly in the same way that France and its European allies have supported and implemented the agreement during the past year, reports Mehr News.
Now that Eurovision fans have flown home, there is nothing left to distract from the question of Iran and the spectre of a possible armed confrontation between Tehran, Israel’s biggest foe, and Washington, its closest ally, writes Bel Trew in the Independent.