Aash & Soup

Adasi (Lentil Soup)

Adasi (Lentil Soup)

If you’re wondering what else you can do with lentils, this post is for you. This is a simple dish to make and very yummy. Ingredients (4-6 servings): 2.5-3 cups lentils 1 large onion – finely chopped salt/pepper turmeric lemon juice (optional) — just a small amount Golpar (ground angelica) — desired amount sprinkled on ... Read More »

Soup-e Jo (Barley Soup)

Soup-e Jo (Barley Soup)

Soup-e Jo (Barley Soup) is different than Aash-e Jo and is far creamier in taste and has no beans or sabzi. The soup is creamy and has whip cream … not exactly a healthy choice, but I think its okay to bend the rules once in awhile and eat something rich and tasty 😛 Ingredients ... Read More »

Aash-e Jo (Barley Aash)

Aash-e Jo (Barley Aash)

This Aash is very similar to Aash-e Reshteh, except in place of reshteh you use jo (barley). You should definitely make this Aash its really filling and tasty! Ingredients (10-12 servings): 250 grams pearled barley 200 grams sabzi which is made up of: parsley, tareh (can use chives or ends of green onions instead), spinach, ... Read More »

Aash Sabzi

Aash Sabzi

This is a favorite Aash in Shiraz…and even though it is called Aash e Sabzi it actually has only two types of greens in it with a bunch of other things! The name Aash-e Sabzi refers to a  soup of greens, but like I said it only has two things that are considered green vegetables ... Read More »

Aashe Dokhawa (Dokhwa)

Aashe Dokhawa (Dokhwa)

This is a aash (soup) one of my friends recently made for a gathering. It is from the Kurdish regions of Iran, and is basically a local Kurdish soup called Dokhawa. The ingredients below are enough for a large pot. Ingredients: 1 package parsley 2 packages cilantro 1 package dill (shevid), or half a cup ... Read More »

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