Most of Iranian dishes are prepared with herbs, vegetables and rice along with meat, lamb, chicken or fish. The frequent use of fresh green herbs and vegetables in Iranian foods made them a healthy choice for most of households around the world. The Persian cuisine or Iranian cuisine refers to a styles of cooking related to Persia or modern day Iran. Iran has a long history of agriculture, and use of fresh fruit in Persian recipes is very common.
Ancient Persia has always had four seasons and that gave the huge variety to Persian cuisine from tropical foods to hot pot dishes that are most popular on a chilly winter.
Most of these foods include: Kabab (rice with meat, a Persian Kabab), broth (lamb mixed with spice, beans and potatoes), Fesenjan (Especially duck and goose meat and birds with nuts and pomegranates paste), Stuffed Dolme (fresh grape leaves stuffed with ground beaf and herbs) and variety of vegetable stews.
On this website We try to modernize Persian (Iranian) food recipes to fit your everyday lifestyle by increasing the healthy ingredients and decreasing the time consumed making these recipes without losing the taste. Persian foods mostly contain herbs, vegetables and meat which may balance your daily value intake recommendations. Healthy diets rich in vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals and fiber needed for good health. Research shows that consumption of fruits and vegetables can help you maintain a good health and may reduce the risk of cancer and many other diseases.

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Heir to an ancient civilization four thousand years, Iran has had on the West - from Herodotus to Marco Polo! - Unfailing fascination. Also use roads of the ancient Achaemenid empire to discover one of the richest cultural centers of the Middle East ... and ancient cities scattered in the immensity of the former empire vividly demonstrated this past wealth outstanding: Suze, who rivaled the brightest Mesopotamian cities; Persepolis including palaces - built by Darius the Great, defeated by Alexander the Great - have a carved decoration that exalts the power of the former Shah in Shah (the King of Kings); Isfahan whose mosques and mausoleums were built during the reign of the Safavid ruler Shah Abbas; The caravan city of Yazd whose towers of silence are a heritage of the Zoroastrian tradition ... If the old medieval Persia and Iran were so rich, so brilliant, so powerful ... is that this state was located at the crossroads of major trade routes that once connected the China and India to the Mediterranean world ... So it is not surprising that the history of Iran is closely linked to that of its larger neighbors, a whole history filled with the din of battles , the passionate appeal of men of faith, the delicate whisper of poets and fevered calculations of merchants ...

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