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Nothing screams like summer as much as watermelons do! You add feta and olive oil and you think you are in Greece. Mint gives the freshness and lemon/lime juice twist. Let's celebrate sunshine and sunny days and let's make this deliciousness over and over again!
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!
Lockdown cooking! April 15, 2020.
In the time when we have limited Supply and need a lot more of comfort food!
Here is a quick recipe for my family's favorite called Lemon chicken! My grandfather makes it for family get-togethers with mint chutney and his mighty glass of whiskey of course!
Here is my take on the same, Simpler and quicker I guess.
Must tell you I only perfected this as a student. It was cheap and quick after a crazy long day!
Forget about all the havoc created by Corona virus
Settle down with a book and a cup of relaxing lavender tea
This is a passing phase
This soothing cup of tea will taste and smell like you at the spa at comfort of your house and garden
Done for the Food Geometry Challenge. It's impossible not to think of citrus fruits for this challenge. Make a classic lemonade and add a colorful tropical fruit for flavor, or as a fun garnish. Don't forget to add some mint!
When I was still living in Beirut, I regularly had lunch with my grandmother in her neighbourhood Thai restaurant. We never failed to order the pomelo salad for starters, a great favourite. Eventually the restaurant relocated and, for some reason, dropped the salad from their menu. My grandmother was still thinking longingly of it several years on, so I recreated it as far as I could remember, using ingredients easy to find locally. It was a hit!
Any that is left over will keep a few days while getting even tastier as it marinates further. Make sure to return to room temperature before eating, to fully enjoy the flavours.