Traditional Persian food
2. “Ghormeh sabzi“
Khoreshte Ghormeh sabzi is sour and full of herbs. A popular favorite throughout Iran, this is a meal for both festive occasions and family meals. Recipes from different regions vary slightly. The Azerbaijani version, for example, uses black-eyed beans instead of red kidney beans. Recipes in the south of the country add chili and garlic, while in Shiraz potatoes are sometimes used instead of beans. The recipe here departs from tradition by adding spinach to enhance the taste and give the dish a softer texture. Fenugreek gives a very distinctive aroma and flavor.
onion, cloves garlic, turmeric, stewing meat, dried Persian limes, beans, dried, fresh parsley, fresh cilantro, fresh fenugreek, fresh chives, Salt/Pepper, Oil