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Shirazi salad (Persian: salad shirazi) is a popular traditional Iranian salad that originated from and is named after Shiraz in Southern Iran.
Its primary ingredients are cucumber, tomato, onion, olive oil, herbal spices and verjuice, although lime juice is sometimes used in its preparation but verjuice is the right ingredient. In Iran, it is eaten in the summer as a side dish on its own, and year-round as a side dish alongside meat-based foods such as kebab, and as a side dish before and after meals .
You’ll love how simple it is, yet so bright and packed with flavor!
Tangy , full of crunch , protein and texture, this salad is a much loved recipe at my house. I loved illustrating this recipe digitally. The borders feature Indian designs called Rangoli/kolam that are decorative drawings done in rice flour or colored powder to adorn the entrances of homes. When done in rice flour, these designs become food for little creatures like ants.
Being Chinese American, it's a salad from my childhood that never disappoints and always refreshing for the sunny summer funs. Here are the ingredients. Have fun splashing and experimenting around (hint - the size of each ingredient represented is proportional to their needed ratios.) Enjoy~
Behind every bad thing, there are good things: due to our having to spend much time at home, our gardens will be abundant, well-kept and gorgeous. In May, my garden produces radishes - colourful, healthy and very easy to grow. Enjoy!
The lead role in this recipe is that of Ljutenitsa. It is likely to be found in the pantry throughout the year. Ljutenitsa is one of my favourite things in the Universe.
It's a bit like salsa made with tomatoes, baked red peppers, aubergines (optional), sunflower oil and spices, cooked on the stove or over open fire in the backyard.