Iran Cooking Tour and Persian Cuisine Iran cooking tours and Persian Cuisine like many other things in Iran is not well known. Iranian delicious foods should be on the menu of many important national restaurants everywhere else like Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese food in East Asia, but unfortunately, the lack of marketing and other different

Bagh Firuze Medicinal Herb Garden Bagh Firuze is a Garden dedicated to Agritourism focusing on Permaculture (sustainable and self-sufficient) farming that started working in the year 2010. Firuze garden offers a variety of programs and events to the general public and it is the best place for Agriculture & Agriculture Operations students to explore and

  Bean, chickpea and herb soup. A national dish. For 5 to 6 people. Ingredients: 4 tablespoons of dried chick peas 3 tablespoons of dried red beans (the ones used in Iran have small white mark) 3 tablespoons of lentils 4 tablespoons of oatmeal 4 tablespoons of wheat 3 tablespoons of porridge mix 500g mixture

A stew of flaked and crushed almonds. A dish from the Kermanshah region For 5 to 6 people. Ingredients: 1 large onion or 2 small. 1kg of braising beef cut in pieces (150 g per person). 100 g of crushed almonds soaked overnight in rose water. 1 pinch of saffron steeped in water with an

Iran has a lot of ethnic groups and tribes in her vast and historic land. Each ethnicity and tribe have their own traditional food according to the geography and climate. The type of food in the hot regions such as Iran Deserts is very different from the north west of Iran with its cold temperature.

Iran has a great variety of food. If we want to write a list of Persian food, we would probably need several books. Of course, this food does not include sweets, bread, jams, pickles, and salads. Delicious traditional food throughout Iran has its own unique flavor in each region. If you ask foreign tourists about

Today we are going to teach you how to make a delicious date dessert that is very easy to make as well. Ingredients: 500g of dates. 3 or 4 tablespoons of flour. 2 teaspoons of cinnamon or more according to taste. A little powdered coconut to decorate. 3 or 4 teaspoons of vegetable oil. Place

In Iran, consumption of herbal teas has long been common, but in recent years interest in herbal teas has increased dramatically. The reason for this growing interest is a number of factors. Some people use them to take advantage of their therapeutic benefits, others drink them to diversify their daily drink, and others use it

Eating tradition is one of the most enduring legacies of Iranian culture and civilization that still plays an important role among Iranian traditions. You cannot find any rituals and ceremonies in Iran where eating has no place. One of the most important Iranian special dishes that more or less has become national, is Ghormeh Sabzi. The

Saffron is a valuable spice that has a unique aroma, and it is useful in treating some diseases. It is also known as red gold in the world. It grows in the southeast of Asia, southern Spain, other parts of southern Europe, and the US. However, Iran stands out from others in producing saffron. Saffron