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In Persian cuisine it is rather difficult to distinguish between starters and side orders. Always served with freshly baked bread. The making and especially sharing of food with loved ones is the ultimate show of love. Ask any Persian mum.
Persian home cooking is generally a stew. Almost always served with rice laborious and time consuming to the effect that certain ingredients have to be added to the pot at specific times and the pot must be watched.
Rice is the staple diet of Persia. It is buttery and delicious crunchy crust that the kids fight over. There are many types of rice dishes and probably too many to try and reproduce. Here are a few favourites which should satisfy the discerning diner.
The making of kabab is a long-standing tradition continued from the invasion of Persia by the Mongols.The cooking and preparation of kebabs is considered a speciality and due to its difficulty is rarely taken up at home. All grilled-on charcoal.
Desserts are an enigma in Persia. They are more of a treat that may be bought in from the pastry shop than a must have course on their own. However if you have a sweet tooth you are not going to be disappointed.