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Haleem Recipe | A Traditional Persian Stew

Haleem is a popular stew from India, the Middle East and Central Asia. Traditionally made with grains, meat and pulses, each region and family add their own signature touches to the dish. Bold flavors come from popular spices and aromatics. The stew is mashed or blended, releasing the starches and then simmered into a thick, rich stew. This recipe is easy to make and is perfect for both beginner and seasoned home cooks.

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Ghormeh Sabzi Recipe | A Persian Herb Stew

Ghormeh Sabzi, an herb-forward stew which some consider to be the national dish of Iran. This uniquely green stew takes time to make but is very easy to make and doesn’t have a lot of ingredients. The flavor is built through traditional cooking methods as well as an abundance of fresh herbs, cooked in a skillet in order to develop deep savory and fresh flavors. Although known as a stew, it is quite thick and frequently served over rice.

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Traditional Russian Chebureki Recipe | A Fried Meat Pie

A traditional Russian meat turnover, Chebureki is made with beef and gets its flavors from onions, garlic and parsley. The crunchy, chewy dough gives way to the savory meat filling. This easy adaptation utilizes the food processor for all of its pre-fry prep. The ingredients are easy to find and all you need is a food processor and a large skillet or pot for frying.

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