If you want to prepare a unique chicken salad to delight your taste buds, I recommend my Salad-e Anar ba Morgh – Chicken Pomegranate Salad (سالاد انار و مرغ). Here, the flavors of the world come together. The bright red pearls give the salad a sweet and sour note and a nice crunch. The chicken, eggs, pickled cucumber, and cilantro are a treat to the taste buds. I chose cilantro for this recipe, but if you don’t like it, you can use parsley or mint instead. The recipe is easy and quick to prepare, perfect for Shab-e Yalda, a festive menu, or New Year’s Eve. You can find more typical dishes for Shab-e Yalda here. We like to serve it as an appetizer, which we call Mazeh (Mezze).
Let’s start pickling today! I came across this incredibly delicious Piccalilli – English Mustard Pickle as I visited London. So I want to share the recipe with you, as the pickling is simple to prepare and super healthy. I made the British version, which originates from India. You need fresh vegetables like cauliflower, diced zucchini, red bell pepper, carrot, and onion to prepare it. Their delicious taste comes from a broth of apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, mustard seeds, mustard powder, turmeric, coriander, sugar, salt, and cornstarch. Piccalilli has a mild spiciness, a nice crunchy texture, an intense yellow color, and is bound creamy. Simply delicious!
Get ready for the recipe for the juiciest, the biggest, and the most mouthwatering Pastrami-Sandwich New York Style you can prepare at home! A Pastrami Sandwich is an NYC classic and becoming more popular in Germany. It’s no wonder, as a lot of pastrami is stacked on delicious rye bread and spread with mustard cream cheese. The pastrami sandwich is topped with caramelized onions and cheddar cheese and baked in the oven or an air fryer*. It’s a pretty juicy and tender sandwich, so one or two salt-dill pickled cucumbers are enough to go with it. You can serve it with coleslaw or potato chips and enjoy it.