Like most food lovers, I learned cooking by watching my mother and grandmother lovingly preparing food for the family. But since I never follow the recipes to a tee, I began breaking the rules of Persian cuisine by developing healthy recipes. So I finally wrote my very own cookbook with 197 pages. An easy-going, stripped-down take on Persian food using few ingredients and knowing when it is okay to stray from the rulebook. It is possible to cook, share and enjoy it with minimal effort. The main purpose of my book is to make Persian recipes accessible to everyone.
Parisa's Persian Kitchen cookbook has the simplest approach to Persian cuisine and is ideal for people with little time. The recipes are all easy to make and ready in no time.
The book contains 50 recipes (197 pages) with chicken, beef, pork, lamb, eggs, rice including salads, vegetarian recipes and of course delicious sweets. With each recipe, you will find a visual ingredient list, duration and portion size.
fast but fancy potato pancakes wrap to perk up your lunch for an all day rollercoaster
easy, delicious and nutritious broccoli frittata and a tasty breakfast pizza for kids
modify this Afghan bread, if desired, using yellow summer squash, scallions and herbs
the combination of pomegranate and walnut with olives is utterly mysterious
change up your dinner routine with these no-frills wrapped delicious chicken cuties
this delicious and refreshing dip can be paired with spicy rice dishes kebabs
flourless, sugarless, gluten-free dairy-free & guilt-free Spanish honey and almond cake
ice-cold or piping hot fragrant apple cider with a festive and uniquely subtle spicy blend
one-bowl, quick and easy pistachio and orange cake with only 5 major ingredients
these gluten-free biscuits are a speciality of Tabriz, located in the northwest of Iran