Welcome to Persia: a land where legend, myth and exquisite cuisine come together to create a beautiful world of absolute culinary delight. Discover decadent dishes, recipes from years gone by and delve into a world where the taste is as exotic as the culture. Let your taste buds take a trip you’ll never forget.
A celebration of the resplendent color. A fiesta of flavorful taste. An Iranian dinner table is all this and more. Persian cuisine is made using the most beautiful and delicious ingredients, with aromatic spices being the source of its strong, succulent taste. Add to this refreshingly simple herbs and special flavors, and you have before you an irresistible spread tempered with the alluring colors of red and yellow that convey rich taste and a satisfying meal.
Iranian cuisine is a delightful combination of ingredients, shapes, colors and flavors. It is as tasty as it is nutritious and usually consists of several types of vegetables, beans, rice, lamb, chicken and fish. For added flavor and nutrition, there’s a dash of dried fruits and a sprinkling of lemon.
Khoresht Gheymeh with white Rice, Baghala Polo with shanks, chicken balls with tomato, saffron Iranian Gheymeh chicken, Ghourmeh Sabzi, and lamb and vegetable stew. If that is a mouthful, so are the succulent dishes that are unique to Iran. All detailed on our site for you to prepare and enjoy. Whether you want to impress your family on a special occasion or simply wish to indulge yourself, there are a variety of delicious recipes that will get your taste buds tingling.
Our suggestion: try the Iranian kebab. A dish that is delicately infused with saffron and spices, marinated to perfection and charcoal grilled in a wood oven for a truly earthy flavor. Savor this with traditional sangak bread sprinkled with lemon juice and accompanied with fresh yoghurt. And for dessert, what better way to finish a delicious meal than with juicy sweet pomegranates and dates.
With so much to offer, we know that Iranian cuisine will win your heart, thrill your taste buds and leave you wanting more. Bon Appétit. Or as they say in Iran, nooshe jan.KNOW MORE