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In Persia, when a child’s first tooth sets, the family cooks this delicious recipe, and distributes it between family and neighbors. It is a super simple dish using only: Baked whole wheat, Baked white chickpeas, Almonds, Raisins, Cinnamon powder, honey (optional).
Dishlkh (=for teeth):
Baked whole wheat 500gr
Baked white chickpeas 200gr
Fried Onion 1(big)
Turmeric powder 1teaspoon (if you like, you can add more)
Cinnamon powder 1teaspoon
Black pepper 1.2teaspoon or less
Salt 1.2teaspoon or less
Water 1 glass
Almonds (or Blanched almonds) 100gr
Vegetable margarine or olive oil the required amount
We pour all of ingredients in pot, except Raisins, Almonds, Vegetable margarine and 1.2 fried onions. After boiling, we mix them with spoon and it stays on the fire until it loses its water .In a pan, we add vegetable margarine, Almonds and Raisins, for a little time mix with spoon on the fire. Now we can put food of the pot on the plate and decorate it with rest of fried onion and the ingredients in the pan.