iranian foods

iranian foods

Iran has a huge variety of dishes if we want to briefly mention them, we can add a list of Iranian dishes or the best Iranian dishes to 420 food items. Of course, these foods do not include sweets, breads, jams, pickles, salads and Iranian sweet foods.

Iranian foods

Iran has a huge variety of dishes if we want to briefly mention them, we can add a list of Iranian dishes or the best Iranian dishes to 420 food items. Of course, these foods do not include sweets, breads, jams, pickles, salads and Iranian sweet foods. In this article, we want to introduce some of the most famous Iranian foods from the viewpoint of tourists. These foods are known throughout the world as Iranian cooking representatives, and we must say that they are fairly well represented.

Chelo Kebab

Chelo Kebab is undoubtedly the most famous Iranian dish and many people know Iranian cooking with Chelo Kebab. Different Kinds of kebabs and especially Kabab Koobideh are very popular among Iranians and tourists. As you know chelo Kebab koobideh is commonly served with grilled tomatoes and peppers saffron rice, fresh dough and fresh herbs. Sometimes kebab koobideh eat by breads instead of rice, which is better using Sangak bread.

Ghormeh Sabzi

If you ask many Iranians, what is the most popular food, they are probably said ghormeh sabzi. This stew prepared with a lot of aromatic vegetables, onions, Amani (dried) lemons, red beans (in some parts of Iran, white beans and chiti beans) and chopped meat of sheep, calves. Like many Iranian cuisines, the secret of a delicious ghormeh sabzi is in its time cooking. The more stew is cooked with less heat and longer time, the more palatable. ghormeh sabzi  eaten with simple  or saffron rice  and its experience certainly will be interesting for tourists.

Fesenjan

Well, it’s also a turn for the Fesenian stew! This stew serve at most celebrations. Fesenjan stew is made from grilled walnuts, pomegranate sauce, chicken meat or meatballs. Like ghormeh sabzi this stew, should be cooked for hours at low temperatures. In different parts of Iran, this stew made in different ways, and in some places make it more sour, some others add sugar to the food to be completely sweet.

Dizi

Dizi, also called the Abgoosht, is one of the most traditional Iranian food. If you want to get acquainted with Iranian culture and food, go to the traditional restaurant and order Dizi! They Cook lam meat with beans and potatoes, and sometimes tomatoes to make dizi. Then they will eat it with Sangak bread, vegetables, dough and onion.