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Ingredients: Pea and Pinto bean: half a cupful Lentil: half a cupful Carrot: 2 fresh ones Red beet: 1 piece Turnip: 1 piece Vegetables (spinach or Chard 🙂 half a kilogram Potato: 2 fresh ones Ground meat: 200 grams Onion: 2 medium ones Plum: a cupful Apricot: half a kilogram Ground Hazelnuts and ground walnut: 1 tablespoon of each Vinegar: half a cup Salt, turmeric, pepper: as much as you prefer Directions: Bake the peas and beans and add the lentil. Wait for them to cook and then bake the diced carrot, diced turnip, and diced red beet separately. Now add them to the grains. Here you need to chop the spinach and then dice the potato. Add these two ingredients to the pottage. Grate an onion and knead it with the ground meat, so that you could make some meatballs from the paste. Now roast the paste with fried onion, fried garlic, walnut powder, and hazelnut powder. Put the outcome in the pottage, and for the last step, put the dried apricot sheets and plum in the pottage and left it to boil for just a few extra ones. If you add the dried apricot and plum soon, they may melt more than you need. Some may use dried sour cherry in the pottage. Sip the salt and pepper and add more if you need it. While you are going to serve the meal, you can add a few amounts of vinegar and grape juice to make it more sour-sweet. Here you are at the moment of eating of an unforgettable meal. source: https://haidasandwich.ca/iranian-food-recipe/
hi there! i'm Zahra and i wanna introduce you a perfect Iranian food recipe: khoreshte karafs! 😋 it's made of celery and onions and you can add some peaces of meat. but as a vegetarian i do not add meat and still enjoy the food! first you start with baking onions and meat, then you can add peaces of celery and salt, after 10 minutes you can add two glasses of tap water and let it cook for like 30 minutes, and your khoreshte karafs is ready! enjoyyyyy😍 you can find the recipe and an image of the food in the link below: https://haidasandwich.ca/iranian-food-recipe/