The most straightforward, tastiest, and juiciest chicken I have ever made!
This recipe has a few hundred years on its neck; the recipe initially comes from the first cookbook published in Rome – 10 A.D. the author was Marcus Gavius Apicius’ and the book: De re coquinaria (of culinary significance). Pullum Parthicum means chicken from Parthia, which is the current northeastern part of Iran. Lovage and Asofetida were spices that came to Rome from Parthia – hence the name. Continue reading “Pullum Parthicum”
Sausages can be incredibly tasty! Here is a recipe for a wonderful stew with two kinds of sausages that warms the soul! Feel free to visit my blog for a complete list and amount of ingredients. Can easily be made vegetarian. Continue reading “Sausage stew”
Fresh herbs are always present at an Iranian dinner or lunch table. Continue reading “Always present at the Iranian table.”
Balancing food is serious business for all Iranians. Therefore we follow the food system that has been around for more than 1000 years! Continue reading “Persian food system”
The aroma of Persian rice is just something else! You will understand it once you try it! And I promise you – you will just fall in love with Persian Rice! Add the wonderful Tahdig (crispy rice) to it, and it becomes a serious love affair! Continue reading “The art of making Persian Rice (Polo)”
These cookies are delicious and straightforward to make. Do it this weekend, and you will probably become an even more popular person! Continue reading “Chocolate Chip Cookies for Anna”
Delicious pickled lemons – I love it! This recipe is very straightforward and does not require a lot of work. Continue reading “Pickled lemons”
Excellent vegetarian/vegan soup.
Mung beans are not used so often in Sweden, but in Iran, we make soup, vegetarian steaks, and even risotto with mung beans. Be adventurous and try it! 😊 Continue reading “Mung bean soupe! (Ashe Mash)”
We always have Boneless skinless chicken breast in the freezer, when I want to cook something good and uncomplicated it usually turns out to be filled chicken fillet, This recipe turned out so delicious that I decided to blog about it! The filling can vary in infinity. Continue reading “Persian inspired filled chicken fillet (Piccata)”
It is easier than you think to make your own yogurt! Here is a recipe for homemade yogurt and a wonderful drink (Doogh). Continue reading “Yogurt and Doogh”