IRAN Meat Tour!!! Rarely Seen Persian Food of Central Iran!!!

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KACHI (Stewed lamb an porridge): Boil porridge and water for 2 hours. Stew lamb for two hours, with carrots, green bell pepper and onion – spices include red pepper, salt, pepper, garlic, celery. Boil split wheat porridge. Place meat in the center and porridge around the outside. Top with fried onions, then reintroduce the stew broth, turmeric and pepper.
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2. BARZOK HOUSE: Gusht-o-Lubia with Polo Shevid + Tas Kebab
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🇮🇷 GUSHT-O-LUBIA WITH POLO SHEVID (Meat and Beans with Rice and Dill): First sauté onion in seed oil. Add lamb meat, turmeric and a lot of cinnamon. Add white beans, water and cinnamon water. Plate it and top with more cinnamon
🇮🇷 TAS KEBAB: Skin and slice eggplant in half. Sauté onion in seed oil. Cook lamb with onion to reduce gaminess. Add turmeric and cinnamon and water. Fry eggplant on both sides. Combine meat, eggplant, tomato and add pomegranate paste. Cook until ready.
🇮🇷 SHEFTE ANAR (Pomegranate Meatballs): Mix grated onion with minced lamb meat. Add turmeric, cinnamon, pepper and chili powder. Add chickpea flour and then add an egg. By hand, roll out balls using the entire mixture. Sauté in seed oil. Mix sauté onion, meatballs and pomegranate paste.
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40 thoughts on “IRAN Meat Tour!!! Rarely Seen Persian Food of Central Iran!!!

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  2. In Iran is "chefte", in Greece "kefte", in the arab countris "kiofta" … I'm Greek and I feel like watching my mother cooking 🙂

  3. Wow wow great show
    Thank you for great review of food of a great nation
    You really have opened up the great cuisine of this ancient and diversified country
    Keep the good work
    It’s really great to watch you eat and meet great people

  4. Beautiful country. Beautiful people and are very accommodating too! I would love to visit Iran one day. Thank you for this episode, this was really an eye opener.

  5. 2:36 says Blackberries. Pathetic – they are Mulberries. I have them from a tree I planted 40 years ago here in the Yosemite area mountains

  6. I commented on one of the other videos, human greed and politics are behind humanities Demise. Wish there was a world with no borders,@love and hospitality.

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