Baklava is one of the most popular and delicious sweets in Iran, Turkey and some Arab countries. The base of this delicious dessert is dough, which is filled in with a variety of brains such as walnuts, pistachios, almonds, and ready to be served with Baklava nectar. The contents of Baklava may vary according to the region in which they are made. Iranian Baklava, served as a dessert at parties and parties, is offered in Yazd, Qazvin and Tabriz cities with a unique flavor. And it can be the souvenir of these ancient and great cities. Due to the proximity of Tabriz to Turkey, The Baklava in Tabriz is one of the oldest types of Iranian baklava. This candy is very popular during the holy month of Ramadan in Tabriz.
One of the most famous Persian cuisines is Mirza Ghasemi's North Food, which is considered an Iranian vegetarian cuisine. To prepare Mirza Ghassemi, grilled eggplant mix with garlic and crushed tomatoes should be blended to make tomatoes and garlic, complete with eggplants. Add the egg and mix the ingredients until the whole egg is spread and cooked.
A delicious vegetable stew originating from the north of the country is called Baghali Ghatogh or Baghali stew, which is also very delicious. To prepare the Baghali, you will need to use a fresh broad bean or dry broad bean. Take the bean skin then drop them in a pot and a few cubes of garlic and add the bacon. then pour a little bit of oil and dry broad bean and garlic, Now add fresh or ingredients Dill, along with salt, pepper and turmeric to the ingredients, and stir together. Now it's time to add water. Pour water up to 3 centimeters higher than bacon and heat the flame to boil, then add two eggs and reduce the temperature of the gas to cook.
Fuman Cookie is composed of two layers. The inside layer is different from the outer layer and contains the walnut, nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, sugar and oil (animal). On the cookie is decorated with a stamp. This cookie is cooked in the oven.
The Reshteh Khoshkar is a traditional Gilani sweets. The Reshteh Khoshkar style is a symbol of taste of the Gilanians, and Today, this Reshteh Khoshkar is popular among tourists and travelers who travel to Gilan, and certainly will not miss the delicious and memorable flavor of this traditional pastry.