Mouthwatering Persian Recipe!

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Yoga.org.nz is celebrating a brand new writer to our global family.  Please welcome Faranzeh Fartash from Iran, sharing with us her delicious traditional Persian and contemporary recipes.

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

Raisins                                              100gr

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.

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About Farzaneh Fartash

Hi! I am Farzaneh Fartash, living in Iran (Tabriz city) . I am married and I have a daughter. I love painting with oil color and cooking. I have cooked for many years, it is absolutely my best hobby! I can cook traditional and modern types of food or innovate new delicious food...of course always healthy! I love sharing my recipes with you to try at home. Professionally, I am a Computer Software Engineering and Information Technology Teacher at the University, and I hold a MS in E-commerce. I sported professionally some years ago, being a Champion of Fitness. Enjoy my recipes and let me know what you think!

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