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  1. says:

    I was married to a Persian man from Isfahan for five years. He was a Fabulous cook and taught me how to cook his delicate, wonderful food. This cookbook is one of the best ones I've seen that corresponds closely to what I learned. The only difference is my husband didn't cook with cinnamon, except occasionally. Nor did we use much saffron, which may have been due to the cost as we were students. We also didn't use a tortilla on the bottom of rice but used thinly sliced potatoes or just left the rice on the bottom of the pan for tahdig, which gives a crunchy rice. Everybody wants the rice from the bottom of the pan!
    We did have a massive crowd for dinner every night, or we were at his friends houses with a huge group of people. Very fun. The Persians are huge with gatherings of family and friends.
    I'm thrilled to see the good kooku and drink recipes, as I didn't learn as much as I would have liked.
    Anyway, this is a wonderful book.
    The beet with yogurt is superb.


  2. says:

    Bought this book for a friend who is interested in persian cuisine. But I was somewhat disappointed since the book doesn’t have photos to the foods, which means unless you’re familiar with the dish, you have no idea what the final dish is gonna look like.
    But then again I only paid 15$ for it, so I can’t expect much.


  3. says:

    I was so excited to find this book. In my younger years I lived in Tehran,Iran with my son and husband for one year ( 1973). Being a foodie I got the chance to taste some of the best food I've ever experienced. I was particularly excited to see that rice dish, with crispy potato wedges on the bottom of the pan. Soooo good.
    For years I've tried to recreate some on those great Iranian flavors and finally I've found a book with many of the recipes I remember. Yes this is very similar to the way they ate while was there in 1973! Thanks for adding this book to my valued collection.


  4. says:

    I'm a Persian and I'm a terrible cook! But this book is so wonderfully written that even I was successful making dishes from it. The recipes are step by step and easy to follow. And the language is very friendly with a touch of personal stories here and there which makes it relate able. (nothing like those fancy cookbooks that makes you feel like you're working on a NASA project!) The other thing I liked about the book was the detailed information on Persian cuisine and the ingredients which would be very helpful for people that don't know much about it.
    Overall I strongly recommend this book for someone who's interested in Persian cooking as well as people like me who might be talented in eating the food rather than making it! ;)


  5. says:

    As an Iranian living in the US, I loved everything about this Persian cookbook. I just simply loved the fresh smell of Persian food filling up my kitchen (recipes I found in the book), reminding me of my mom's kitchen. This book includes every recipe you can think of; even some dishes I always thought my mom made up, which made me realize those were actually part of the Persian cuisine. There were dishes I always cooked and thought there is something missing, going through this book I got to learn all the tricks and steps I was missing. So thank you Shadi for this amazing book. Loved all the stories in conjunction with the recipes.


  6. says:

    I love this book. My best friends as a child were Lebanese, my best friend in high school was Persian, and one of my closest friends now is part Saudi/Egyptian. Needless to say, despite not having a drop of Middle Eastern blood in me, Middle Eastern cuisine has dotted my history and I'm particularly fond of it. And because I don't like very pungent flavors (no garlic overload for me, please), I don't like overly sweet or fruity dishes (sorry, Morocco), and I prefer fragrant, elegant food, Persian food has always stood out to me as my favorite Middle Eastern style of cooking. The problem with previous cookbooks were that they were fun to look at than actually use, because the recipes were too involved. Shadi's cookbook solves that problem for me. Each recipe is something that any home cook can make, and I love that she includes Persian drinks and snacks! I also love the personal anecdotes about growing up in a Persian family and the background info on the recipes. The recipes are enchantingly easy, but the book itself is enchanting, as well!


  7. says:

    This book is simply amazing. Collecting several main signatures dishes from Iran and simplified recepies. I do cook persian dishes often, but following Shadi's recepies it feels like She is hosting me with with her kitchen majic! Very tasty! whether dinner, lunch or breakfast this book covers your cravings:)
    Pics are for her Nargesi and Loobia Polo
    Pages 53 and 165


  8. says:

    While I am not Iranian/Persian and thus cannot speak to how these recipes match up to homemade recipes, I have really liked this cookbook. The recipes are not too difficult and produce mostly healthy and tasty recipes which are flavorful without being over spiced. This has now become one of my main go to cookbooks for a variety of rice dishes involving only vegetables of fruit and chicken, beef, or potentially other meats if desired. I definitely recommend it for anyone in interested in this cuisine and who, like me, wanted interesting and healthy dishes which were easy to make and flavorful without relying too much on a strong spice texture.


  9. says:

    Not as good as I thought. Was delivered on time was in excellent condition. I am yet to use. All the books I bought are well worth their money. and are all easy to follow for me. I like persian food and some are alot of preparation but this book and others I bought are easy to follow and as I am just starting to cook at home persian food these dishes are easy to follow.


  10. says:

    I couldn't recommend this book enough, the recipes are easy to follow and absolutely delicious. I made some meatballs for my Lebanese boyfriend who rates Persian food as his number one favourite cuisine, and he hasn't stopped raving about how amazing they were this was a few months ago!

    I LOVE this book


  11. says:

    Well written and nice traditional recipies. I have only given 4 stars as there are no photos and I am sure I would have tried dishes if I could see the final product


  12. says:

    Bought this for my bestie’s Birthday prezzie and she was delighted with it. Waiting to eat some of the recipes now!


  13. says:

    I’m not a fan of this book because it has no pictures so i have no idea what im making looks like and it makes things quite difficult


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The Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbook: 100 Simple Recipes for Beloved Persian Food Favorites

Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Shadi HasanzadeNemati

L grocery shopping recommendations for Persian pantry staples like cardamom and sumac plus useful photos for identifying uniue ingredients such as ghee and clotted cream Helpful labels that indicate each recipe’s level of difficulty plus “worth the wait” labels for dishes that reuire time Tried and true tips and tricks to make Persian cooking easier and successful Memory sidebars that accompany especially treasured recipes describing Shadi’s most cherished recollection connected to that dish With the ease and simplicity of The Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbook you’ll have fun and less stress as you find the magic in new Persian fare and rediscover the enchantment of recipes you already lo. This book is simply amazing Collecting several main signatures dishes from Iran and simplified recepies I do cook persian dishes often but following Shadi's recepies it feels like She is hosting me with with her kitchen majic Very tasty whether dinner lunch or breakfast this book covers your cravingsPics are for her Nargesi and Loobia PoloPages 53 and 165

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From the kitchens of Persian families to your dining table with The Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbook you’ll enjoy easy to follow recipes that achieve the vibrant flavors of authentic Persian cuisineYogurt eggplant lamb kebabs saffron rice―if you have ever dined in a Persian restaurant then you know how rich tantalizing and satisfying Persian cuisine is Yet many assume that making favorites like Pomegranate and Walnut Stew or Saffron Syrup Cake is too difficult to do at homeShadi HasanzadeNemati grew up in the kitchen of her Persian mother and can still remember being mesmerized by the sweet aromas of saffron and cinnamon Inspired by her family’s heirloom recipes Shadi has created a collectio. Bought this book for a friend who is interested in persian cuisine But I was somewhat disappointed since the book doesn’t have photos to the foods which means unless you’re familiar with the dish you have no idea what the final dish is gonna look likeBut then again I only paid 15 for it so I can’t expect much

Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Shadi HasanzadeNemati

N of simple straightforward takes on authentic Persian favorites that are accessible enough for beginners yet still fun for seasoned cooksThe Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbook brings the savory comforts and mystical essence of Persian home cooking to your dining table The step by step instructions in this Persian cookbook make it easier than ever to create classic Persian mainstays in your own homeIn this uniuely simple Persian cookbook you’ll find100 recipes specifically designed to make Persian cooking fun and stress free for beginners A handy how to guide for preparing basic Persian ingredients―such as de seeding pomegranates making saffron water drying limes and storing fresh herbs Practica. I'm a Persian and I'm a terrible cook But this book is so wonderfully written that even I was successful making dishes from it The recipes are step by step and easy to follow And the language is very friendly with a touch of personal stories here and there which makes it relate able nothing like those fancy cookbooks that makes you feel like you're working on a NASA project The other thing I liked about the book was the detailed information on Persian cuisine and the ingredients which would be very helpful for people that don't know much about itOverall I strongly recommend this book for someone who's interested in Persian cooking as well as people like me who might be talented in eating the food rather than making it ;

  • Paperback
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  • The Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbook: 100 Simple Recipes for Beloved Persian Food Favorites
  • Shadi HasanzadeNemati
  • English
  • 28 October 2018
  • 1623157633

About the Author: Shadi HasanzadeNemati

Shadi HasanzadeNemati is the recipe developer author and photographer behind the blog Unicorns in the Kitchen For her the magic of cooking is in bringing everyone together and sharing the experience of having delicious homemade food She believes that a recipe is like a canvas and the person who makes it is the artist bringing their own creativity to give it a personal twist She has written several pieces for Food52 and other publications She grew up in her mothers kitchen where she magically put a delicious meal together using a few ingredients and very easy steps Thats what she do with my recipes too She makes sure that everyone can make and enjoy her recipes She started her blog as a means of showing everyone how easy it is to put a meal together with everyday ingredients and to introduce delicious PersianIranian homemade food to her readers She wanted to go beyond kebabs and dishes that one always finds in a Persian restaurant Through Unicorns in the Kitchen she shared her stories about her family and herself and how food has always been a very important part of their lives Eventually her blog led to my first cookbook uot;The Enchantingly Easy Persian Cookbookuot; which is a collection of Persian recipes that are so beloved to her You can read about Shadi and her work on my website wwwUnicornsintheKitchencom