Today’s post features the third recipe for “Squash Week” here on My Persian Kitchen. I got the idea for this recipe because I was left with plenty of squash … Read More
It turns out that this year’s Labor Day Weekend is the most busiest one we have had in the past few years. I love being social so I am happy … Read More
I could start this post with a list of excuses on why I have not posted…but they all come down to two very simple reasons: a major case of … Read More
Happy 4th of July! I hope you all are going to have lovely day filled with much laughter, good company, and good food!
Here are some cooking suggestions … Read More
My last post featured Mast-o-musir, and if you look at the picture you will notice that I serve mine with pita chips. Because I was ever so ambitious that … Read More
Today’s newest recipe post is one of The Sous Chef’s favorites: Mast-o-musir, which is a delicious combination of Lebni and shallots. Must-o-musir literally means yogurt and shallots in Farsi.
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Hello Dear PK readers,
We just wanted to wish you all a Happy Memorial Day Weekend. The first long weekend of the summer is here! The Sous Chef and I … Read More
Last week Joan left a comment asking me about a warm borani made with eggplant. Well ladies and gentleman I present to you Kashkeh Bademjan, … Read More
I am all cuckoo for Kuku (pronounced kookoo)!
I always like saying that about Kuku. For those of you who have not had this particular Persian dish, it is … Read More
In Persian borani is an appetizer which is made with yogurt and some type of vegetable. Today’s recipe is Borani Esfanaj, which is yogurt with spinach. I … Read More
Esfand & The Evil Eye
Macaroni ~ Persian Style Spaghetti
Persian Rice Cooking Method
Tahdig with Potato
Turmeric, Cinnamon, & Ginger Tea
Ghormeh Sabzi ~ Persian Herb Stew
Pomegranate Pistachio Chocolate Bark
December 29, 2017
December 26, 2017
Kalbas Skewers & The Perfect Picnic Box
August 10, 2017
Mahi-ye Doodi ~ Smoked White Fish
March 16, 2017
March 8, 2017
Mung Bean Sabzeh
March 7, 2017
Sanam Lamborn, aka The Chef, was born in Iran and currently lives in Los Angeles. Sanam has always enjoyed cooking and she first practiced her cooking skills in her grandmother’s kitchen, who was indeed her inspiration.
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