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15 Mouth-watering Cuisines You Have to Try in Iran
If you are going to travel to Iran, and if you want to try the real taste of Iranian specialties, also, if you do not want to eat repeated dishes,
This article would be the best guide on your trip. This article introduces the best Iranian cuisine by tourists. The foods that attract the attention of tourists more. Persian cuisine will change your mind about food and drink.
These foods are only a very small part of Iranian specialty cuisine and style. Certainly, on your trip to any town or village, special local cuisine will water your mouth.
These foods are known throughout the world as Iranian culinary representatives. Iranian cuisine, like the Persian carpet, is essentially a mass art, created in the homes of ordinary people or even poor women and girls in the city and villages of this land.
Various factors have been effective in the progress and development of this art. Native materials, type, and method of cooking, and also the culture of the people. The agricultural products of Iran are very distinguished with very high quality. The method of Iranian cooking, unlike many other countries, is calm and with more cooking time.
The time of cooking is at least 4 hours, in which the food will make ready slowly and completely. One of the most important Iranian cuisine features is using different plants. Plants in Iranian cuisine play a very special role, so vegetarians will have a wide variety of foods. Each Iranian cuisine is a perfect pattern that has been gained through centuries of experience.

Chelo-kebab is an Iranian popular food that its fame has gone beyond the boundaries of Iran

- Chelo Kabab
Chelo-kebab is an Iranian popular food that its fame has gone beyond the boundaries of Iran. Chelo Kabab is undoubtedly the most famous Iranian cuisine, and the Iranian food and cuisine are commonly known by Chelo Kabab.
Different Kinds of Kebab and especially Mixed Kebab are very popular among Iranians and tourists. These barbecues food (Kebabs) are so popular in Iran that it is available in all restaurants. These kebabs are commonly served with rice, tomato, pepper, fresh bread, spices and Iranian beverages( Doog or Yogurt).
Yogurt: Persian beverage which is made by mixing the yogurt, water, and salt.
Chelo Kabab is the sign of Iranian cuisine.

This is one of the most popular foods among Iranian people

- Ghormeh Sabzi
This is one of the most popular foods among Iranian people. This delicious delicious meal is packed with rich aromatic vegetables, onions, sour lemon, red beans (in some parts of Iran, white beans and white beans) and mutton, calves or lambs. The secret of this delicious food like many other Iranian cuisines is at the time of baking. This food should make ready with the low temperature in a long time.
This food will serve with Persian rice and Zaferan. Never lose this opportunity.

An official dinner with a hard recipe for special guests and ceremonies

- Fesenjan
An official dinner with a hard recipe for special guests and ceremonies.
This special meal makes ready with grated walnuts, pomegranate sauce, and chicken meat. This food like other Persian food should make ready at a long time with a low temperature.
This meal is prepared in variant places with different flavors, Some make it sour, some sweet, and others make it moderate.
This food with Persian rice, fresh vegetables, and fresh traditional bread is an unforgettable memory for each passenger.

Dizi or Abgoosht  or Watermeat is the world's fairest food

- Dizi
Dizi or Abgoosht or Watermeat is the world's fairest food. This meal is served and cooked in a single private pot. This food is one of the most nutritious and delicious Iranian cuisines. A mixture of water - lamb meat - legumes - spices - sheep fat - potatoes - onions, as well as some flavors, after a few hours you would have the most delicious Iranian food. This delicious mix, with fresh vegetables - pickles - fresh bread and dough(Persian cola) is available in all restaurants throughout Iran.

Zereshk Polo is the same chicken with rice

- Zereshk Polo
Zereshk Polo is the same chicken with rice. The most official and the most traditional Iranian cuisine at all banquets and restaurants.

If decorates the Zereshk Polo with cooked cherry

- Albaloo Polo
If decorates the Zereshk Polo with cooked cherry, it will be the most beautifully decorated food in front of you.

Another type of Iranian cuisine is Vicia faba+ Plo(Baghali Polo)

- Baghali Polo
Another type of Iranian cuisine is Vicia faba+ Plo(Baghali Polo)
This food makes in Iran in 3 type
Vicia faba Plo with sheep Muscle
Vicia faba Plo with hen
Vicia faba Plo with lamb
But Vicia faba Plo with sheep Muscle is one of the most official cuisines for banquets and ceremonies.

One of the most economical and affordable food and also very delicious is Green bean+polo

- Loobia Polo (Green bean+polo)
One of the most economical and affordable food and also very delicious is Green bean+polo. This food is made by Persian rice + lamb meat + Green bean + different spice. It serves with fresh vegetables or pickles and also Persian cola(Dogh).
You should never lose it.

This cuisine is known as Iranian cake due to its appearance among tourists

- Tahchin
This cuisine is known as Iranian cake due to its appearance among tourists. This cuisine makes ready by 2 ways, with chicken meat and lamb
It can be offered as the main food or as a decorating of food and the food dishes.

The Iranians love meat and in most Iranian foods, chicken, sheep and calves are used

- Joojeh Kabab or Chicken kebab
The Iranians love meat and in most Iranian foods, chicken, sheep, and calves are used. One of the most delicious foods with meats is Grilled chicken.
It offers in all Iranian restaurants. This food normally makes ready on charcoal Barbecue and is so delicious that nobody can miss it.
It is tasted by yogurt - olive oil - Bell pepper and different spice. All Iranian Picnics at the weekend will compelete with a Barbecue and Grilled chicken.

Another popular Iranian cuisine is Gheimeh Polo stew

- Gheimeh stew (khoresh)
Another popular Iranian cuisine is Gheimeh Polo stew. Gheimeh is often cooked with sliced up potato and sometimes with eggplant, which is called potato Gheimeh and the latter are called Gheimeh+eggplant.
To make Gheimeh, peace of meat, onion, Split Pea and tomato paste, lemon juice are cooked together. The stew is garnished with eggplant fries or saffron and is usually served with rice (polow).

Eggplant is used in many Iranian cuisines

- Khoresh bademjan
Eggplant is used in many Iranian cuisines. One of the most delicious foods that makes with eggplant is the stew of eggplant. To prepare this stew, cook meat with onions, spices, and tomato paste then add the fried eggplants to it. Eggplant stew is often eaten with white Persian rice or saffron, although it can be served with bread.

A variety of delicious foods that makes ready with:  rice - spice - Split Pea - meat - fresh vegetables and onions.

- Dolmeh
A variety of delicious foods that makes ready with:  rice - spice - Split Pea - meat - fresh vegetables and onions.
This delicious food prepares with various ingredients: With the leaf of grapevine,  tomatoes, eggplant, and Bell pepper.
Dolme is one of the local cuisines in the provinces of West and East Azerbaijan, however, today this delicious dish is cooked all over Iran.

As its name reveals, this Iranian dish comes from Tabriz, capital East Azerbaijan,

- Tabrizi Kufteh
The magic and Perpetual taste of this food will remain with you forever.
As its name reveals, this Iranian dish comes from Tabriz, capital East Azerbaijan, in northwestern Iran. Koofteh Tabrizi is a superb meatball stuffed with dried fruits and berries, as well as a variety of nuts. There are other interesting fillings for this very traditional Azeri dish that is worth mentioning. A very common product is a hard, peeled egg, placed in the koofteh with nuts and dried fruits.


- Ashe Reshte
There are much different Ash in Iran, and each region has its own specialty.
Aush, sometimes spelled as ash, aash or assh, is a thick soup / stew usually served hot and part of Afghan, Iranian, Azerbaijani, Caucasian and Turkish cuisine. The spelling of the name of this dish varies in English and may include: âsh, aush, ashe, ashe, âshe or aash.
Aush is typically made with a variation of ingredients but may include; flat wheat noodles, turmeric, vegetables (broccoli, carrots, onions, celery, spinach, garlic, jalapeño), legumes (chickpeas, kidney beans), herbs (dill, mint, cilantro, ground coriander), yogurt and minced lamb, ground beef or chicken.
Depending on the type of ash, it could contain different types of grain, legumes (chick peas, black-eye beans, lentils), vegetables, tomato, turnips (Ash-e-Shalqam), herbs (parsley, spinach, dill, spring onion ends, coriander, dried mint), onions, oil, meat, garlic, reshteh (in Ash Reshteh) and spices, such as salt, pepper, turmeric, saffron, etc.