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Another art worth mentioning intertwined with Persian culture is the art of cooking. Persian cuisine with herbs and spices is the result of generations of chef creativity, skill and patience. If you try Persian food such as Chelo Kabab, Ghormeh Sabzi, Gheimeh, Abgusht, it will be difficult to go without Persian food. Chelo kabab (Iranian regional cuisine. The meal is simple and consists of steamed, saffronized basmati or Persian rice (Chelo) and kebab.) Ghormeh Sabzi (herb stew, a popular dish in Iran and Azerbaijan, sometimes referred to as Iran’s regional cuisine. The main ingredients are parsley, green onions or spring onions, coriander, and leaves of “Chambal” (dried phenuglique). Season with key spices. Gheimeh (Persian and Mesopotamian stew, the main ingredients are meat, tomatoes, lentils, onions, lemons or limes. This stew is served with eggplant and is usually served with rice.) Shekar Polo (sugar rice) This is Iranian glutinous rice, commonly eaten from the gheimeh stew (above). Contains rice, sugar, oil, saffron and pistachios. Shekar Polo (sugar rice) This is Iranian glutinous rice, commonly eaten from the gheimeh stew (above). Contains rice, sugar, oil, saffron and pistachios. Tahchin is an Iranian rice cake containing rice, yogurt, saffron, eggs and chicken fillet. You can also use vegetables, fish and meat instead of chicken fillet. Tahchin consists of two different parts. There is a thin tahdig part at the bottom of the pot with ingredients such as chicken fillet and saffron, and the second part is white rice. In restaurants, Tahchin is usually cooked and served without white rice. Ash (bread) It is a part of Iranian and Turkish cuisine and is similar to soup, but usually serves hot dishes. Different types of grains, legumes (chick beans, black beans, lentils), vegetables, herbs (parsley, spinach, dill, green onion tips, coriander, dried mint), onions, oil, meat, depending on the type of fish , Garlic, reshteh (Ash Reshteh) and spices such as salt, pepper, turmeric and saffron. Depending on the ingredients, fish can be considered a complete diet. Fish can be bought at local Persian stores. You can check out some delicious types of Iranian ashes below: Ashe Reshteh Ash Reshteh is a type of ash (dark winter soup) commonly made in Iran: lentils, onions, flour, dried mint, garlic, oil, salt and pepper. Ash Sabzi A delicious ash cooked in the city of Shiraz, Iran, which is often eaten for breakfast. The ingredients are fatty meat, beans, rice, tarragon and green onions, salt and pepper.