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Ghorabieh – Persian Almond Macaroons قرابیه

Ghorabieh – Persian Almond Macarons قرابیه

Nowrooz is coming, so let’s start thinking about Shirinipazi (baking cookies)! After all, we also have the ritual of baking cookies for Nowrooz as you do for Christmas. It’s about 6 Days from now to Monday, March 20 at 10:25 pm in Germany. I have some cookie recipes on my Blog for you for the holidays. For today, I have the recipe for gluten-free Ghorabieh – Persian Almond macaron قرابیه, a traditional treat from the city of Tabriz in northwestern Iran. Ghorabieh is a popular souvenir from Tabriz and is one of the most expensive cookies baked in Persia.

Kuku Sabzi - Persian Herb Frittata کوکو سبزی

Kuku Sabzi – Persian Herb Frittata کوکو سبزی

Just eight more days to Norooz! I would love to know, what do you prepare for the Persian new years feast? For me and the most iranian people Kuku Sabzi – Persian Herb Frittata کوکو سبزی is an aromatic herbal omelet and is a Must-Eat at Norooz. Persian Kuku announces spring for the many green herbs included in as parsley, cilantro, dill, chives, spring onions, dried fenugreek leaves, ground walnuts, and barberries. The herbs symbolize rebirth and the eggs fertility. The red barberries give the Kuku Sabzi a slight sour taste. Imagine fragrant herbs wafting through your kitchen as you spend a quiet afternoon concocting the Persian herb frittata. Give this Persian vegetarian dish a try! Watch preparation video on Instagram

Norooz Sprouts

Norooz Sprouts

Sabzeh is a symbol of spring, a part of the Haft Sin for Norooz and symbolizes vivacity, liveliness and the beginning of new life, bursting from the seeds. Today I’ll show you how to start growing your own Sabzeh for Norooz, or Easter Grass for Easter, from lentils or wheat. We grow Sabzeh from different seeds some grow it from lentils, others from barley or mung beans. I like to grow Sabzeh from wheat seeds as to my eyes the green of wheat grass looks beautiful. Watch daily the seeds turn into beautiful green grass. You can grow Sabzeh Norooz Sprouts with or without soil. I’ll show you the version without soil. You will need some time in advance and should start 10 – 14 days before Norooz or Easter. Watch Video on Instagram 


PERSIAN AND ORIENTAL FAMILY RECIPES BREAKFAST ACAI Smoothiebowl with Superfoods Cherry Berry Antioxidant Smoothie Bowl Omelette Godje Faranghi – Persian Omelet املت گوجه فرنگی Pastrami-Sandwich New York Style Sfenj – Moroccan Doughnuts Warm ayurvedic cereals Valak Kuku – Wild Garlic Omelette DRINKS Basil Seeds Drink –Sharbate tokhme sharbati Detox Drink Saffron Iced Tea – آیس تی زعفران Sharbat-e Khakshir Nabat – Persian Summer Drink Sharbat-e Rivas – Persian Rhubarb Lemonade MAZEH Borani Esfenadj – Persian Spinach Yogurt Dip Borani Kadoo – Zucchini Yogurt Dip بورانی کدو Chicken Wraps persian style Chickpeas + Tahini = Hummus Creamy Wild Garlic Hummus with Crispy Flatbread Sticks Khorak-e Loobia Chiti – Persian Pinto Bean Stew لوبیا چیتی Kuku Kadoo Sabz – Persian Zucchini Frittata No Knead Vegetarian Pan Pizza Puff Pastry Carrots with Turkish Carrot & Garlic Yoghurt Filling Salad-e Anar ba Morgh- Pomegranate Chicken Salad سالاد انار و مرغ Valak Kuku – Wild Garlic Omelette Zeytoon Parvardeh – Persian marinated Olives SALAD Bread salad with fresh herbs Fall Salad with Apple, Feta and Caramelized Pistachios Kisir – Turkish …