Ghormeh sabzi is the most popular food of the Iranian people.
If you ask any Iranian to name some of their favorite foods, Khoresh
Ghormeh would be on the top of that list.
we could honestly say not too many khoreshs can match the unanimous
popularity of Ghormeh Sabzi.
The main ingredients are a mixture of sauteed herbs, consisting mainly
of parsley, leeks or green onions, and coriander, seasoned with the
key spice of dried fenugreek leaves.
This mixture is made with beans or yellow split-peas, yellow or red onions, black
lime (pierced dried limu-Omani Persian lime), and turmeric-seasonedlamb or beef.
The herb mixture has variations. Any dark bitter greens you can use, such as kale,
mustard greens, turnip greens, etc., although none are part of the original recipe.
The three key flavor elements for ghormeh sabzi are: roasting of herbs,
fenugreek, dried limes. In Persian, ghormeh means “fried” and sabzi means “herbs”
this food almost always served with chelow (Persian steamed rice) or over tahdig,
this magnificently crunchy rice formed at the bottom of the pot when making chelow.
There are certain things in life that are to be experienced in its pristine originality.
And Ghormeh Sabzi is one of them. This ancient classic recipe involves the
cooking down of a combination of herbs into a rather characteristic aromatic mélange
You can buy this delicious food now from the persianprod.