Dough or Doogh|
Dawghe in aramean, Tahn in armenian
Dough or doogh is a popular drink made with yogurt, (sometimes sparkling) water, salt, pepper, and seasoned with dried mint. Doogh is the national drink of Iran and Armenia. Commercialized also in Azerba´jan, Afghanistan, Irak, Syria, Turkey, in the Balkans and in other countries of Middle-East and central Asia. (wikipedia). Add cucumber cubes to this drinkable yogurt to obtain a crispy texture.
syrup made with water, vinegar syrup, mint leaves and grated cucumber. This syrup old of several centuries is accompanied by salad leaves for maximum freshness.
refreshing and natural drink obtained from the freshly squeezed fruit.
Iran - vegetarian recipes
Stuffed vineleaves, Dolmeh barg, Dolma,Sarma|
This (important) recipe is known in so many countries...
a jar of vineleaves, (2 leaves for each dolmeh)
basmati rice 3 cups
dried dill 3 tbsp
currants (soaked in a cup of water) 1 handful of
pine nuts 1 handful
juice of 2 lemons
dash of olive oil, salt
Recipe of stuffed vineleaves :
Wash and cook the rice with dried dill, a pinch of salt and a table spoon of oil.
When the water is almost evaporated, stir gently to divide up uniforml ... read next
Fruit-roll is a clever snack for children and adults. It is also a form of fruits storage during the cold season. In the persian cuisine fruits and vegetables are cooked together, fruit-roll (Lavashak) is often used as a kind of sauce. The recipe I describe here is the persian version using no suggar at all and is sour (whereas the american one si sweet). I must say the more delicious fruit-roll I ever ate is the south-african one, with exotic fruits (guava, mango, etc) !
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kind of fresh herbs omelette video see www.youtube.com
(or kookoo) is served warm or cold as a trimming for a salad, or just with bread and yogurt.
Kookoo is a simple recipe that can be varied, replacing sabzi (fresh herbs) by potatoes, or carrots, or zucchini, etc and you will make potatoe kookoo or zucchini kookoo...
Easy persian recipe, to serve with fresh herbs and bread, ideal for a buffet.
4 small eggplants
4 medium mature tomatoes
4 garlic cloves
curcuma, salt, black pepper, olive oil
Recipe of mirza Ghassemi :
steamcook the eggplant slices, let cool.
Fry the garlic cloves in the oil, add curcuma and the eggplants in the stove.
Smash with the wooden spoon. Cut the tomatoes into 4 and cook with.
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How to dance Bandari
It's a dance of south Iran (persic golf). Dancers stand on a circle without holding hands, sometimes encouraging one of them to go to the center for a solo. The "port" dance (bandar) borrows elements to african and arabian dances like fast and jerked shoulder moves, head moves with hair throws, hip circles. The step is trivial but arms and hands movements are important. When hands are not joined, it allows greater improvisation and also the possibility to dance with o ... read next
How to dance kurdish
Kurdish dance is a group mixt dance similar to those of the Balkans. Often danced on an open circle, holding hands, on births, weddings, Newrouz (new year) and other ceremonies. This dance moves from left to right. The last dancer of the right holds a colored handkerchief in his right hand. His role is to give the tempo and supervise the group's coherence.
Movie : the Legend of love
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