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Noon o Paneer o Gerdoo -- What my parents have for breakfast almost every morning!

  • Shirley Bovshow

    Jun, jun! Noon o paneer o gerdoo is amazing. I prefer tarragon leaves with my paneer but mint is just fine!

Celery stew (Khoresh Karafs) is another healthy and delicious Iranian dish. It's a combination of meat, evenly sliced celery, finely chopped parsley, a little bit of mint (preferably fresh), fresh squeezed lime juice and the right amount of seasoning. In my opinion, what makes Iranian food tasty, especially for most of the casseroles and stews (khoreshes), is the slow cooking process and the taking time to let the food simmer in order to bring out the flavors and as we say in Iran, (ja biofteh).

Eggplant Stew (Khoresht Bademjan) Any dish with the combination of eggplants and tomatoes is just divine. If you happen to love eggplants and tomatoes this stew has them both, in addition to meat, split peas and sour grapes (ghooreh), which can be found in most Iranian grocery stores. This is a rich, flavorful food and one of the favorites among many Iranians.

Mongolian Beef that puts PF Chang's to shame. I've made this many times and it is now famous at our house!