Ardabil is one of the coldest cities in Iran featuring several traditional and local foods compatible with the special climatic conditions. There is a variety of Ashs and soft foods here because of the low air temperature. Ash-e Doogh is one of the most famous and most popular traditional and origin...
Kale Pache is one of the Iranian traditional food not only served in some special restaurants called " Kale Pazi " or " Tabbakhi ", but also it is a popular food among families. This food cooks in the Middle East and southern Caucasus in the same way as Iran. " Kale Pache " is the name of this food...
Fars province is one of the historical provinces of Iran, which is best-known for the unique civilization and extraordinary monuments. Shiraz has been the capital of Fars from past to present and therefore, it embraces many traditional, local and delicious foods reflecting a part of climate, culture...
Razavi Khorasan is one of the most important religious provinces in Iran because of the existence of Imam Reza Shrine (Peace be upon him) and has a rich cultural background in all fields including foods. The people in this region cook some traditional foods exclusive of a given ceremony or event wit...
Nourishing and spicy local foods of Semnan province are affected by climate conditions, the culture and the lifestyle of people in this desert region of Iran. The eating habits of people in this province show that Sabzi Polo is a popular cuisine cooked in most families of Semnan province with a few...
Khoresh-e Fesenjan is one of the o ldest original and traditional cuisines of Iran, which is cooked with different tastes in each region based on different tempers. There is a significant difference between Fesenjan and the other kinds of popular Khoreshs in Iran in terms of the main material used i...
Located in the desert region of Iran, Yazd province features the slightly cold and humid winters, with warm and arid summers. In desert areas we can see some particular life style due to the specific climate; in other words, the climatic conditions have an influence on the people eating habits. The...
Tehran is home to various kinds of food and drinks; it’s the place to try traditional Persian food such as “ Kebab ” and “ Dizi ” but you can find great Italian, Turkish, Chinese and Indian dishes as well. In every part of the capital you can see great, luxury and cozy restaurants and cafés. But if...
Zereshk (Barberries) is an ancient berry which grows in Europe and the Middle East. Iran is one of the few countries in the world where people still use Zereshk in their daily cooking. You may find Zereshk and saffron being served on top of the steamed rice more like a decoration to it. In some plac...
The sweet festive dish of Persian tradition is often served at weddings to bring sweetness to the wedded couple. Morasa Polow is the king of all Persian dishes is also known as “Javaher Polow” which is translated to Jeweled Rice . Every element represents a desirable jewel; barberries represents rub...