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Ashe-e-Reshteh. A Persian dish good enough for Good Friday. Learnt this dish from my Persian Dil's Mum, Shahla. It's an wholesome meal with lentils, noodles, veggies and herbs.

Ashe Reshteh.
Red Kidney Beans - 1 cup, soaked overnight
Chickpeas - 1 cup, soaked overnight
Lentils - 1 cup
Parsley - 1 bunch, chopped
Cilantro - 1 bunch, chopped
Spinach - 1 bunch, chopped
Scallion/chives - 1 bunch, chopped
Turmeric - 1 tsp
Salt and pepper to taste
Noodles (Reshteh). This is a Persian noodle which is slightly sour but you can use normal noodles.
For the garnish :
2 large onions, thinly sliced
8 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2 tblsp dried, powdered mint
Oil
1 cup Kashk. This is a Persian curd/whey. But you can use sour cream or curd with a squeeze of lemon in it.
Method:
Place the beans, chickpeas and lentils in a pressure cooker, add 8 cups of water n cook until lentils are tender. Add the chopped vegetables/greens, noodles, salt, pepper and turmeric. Stir well n cook for another 30-40 minutes on low heat. Add more water if needed. Adjust seasoning. Heat oil in a pan n dry onions till golden, remove n keep aside. Add garlic to the hot oil n saute for 3-5 minutes, remove n keep aside. Add the dried mint n saute for 2-3 minutes. Pour the soup in a large bowl, top with a generous amount of liquid kashk. Garnish with fried onions, garlic and mint. Serve hot.
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Christine MirandaYummy.

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Meg Luiz SaturThanks Christine.

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Peter HarveyLove ❤ it

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Jakki GrahameMeg this is such an awesome soup, i love it ! The last time I had this when I was in Rasht, near the Caspian. I never made it because it tastes different without kashik but shall try it with sour cream as you say. Thanks darling for reminding me of Iran !!!!

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Jakki GrahameWhat you have made looks absolutely delicious darling, thank you so much !

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Andrea FredyWow !! Beautifully presented!!

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Don Bailey Jr.Beautiful dish.

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Doris VazYummy!! Thanks for this delicious recipe. My friend is a Vegetarian and though he loves Indian food this is one to add to my recipes.

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Paul JenningsReads like a meal in a bowl. I'm sure its as healthy as it is tasty. Gonna make this for my wife. Thanks for sharing.

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Not many books begin with the line "Ï am ashamed to have written this book" but the candid and humorous 'How to Cook and Eat in Chinese' first published in 1945 (now out of print) was written not by the author and home cook Buwei Yang Chao, a doctor by profession, who studied medicine in Tokyo and learnt to cook because she found Japanese food 'úneatable'. It was penned by her linguist husband who clearly favored the tongue and cheek. He coined many of the Chinese culinary terms that we use so often today. Among them are Pot sticker and stir fry first used in this cookbook, also possibly the first ever major Chinese cookbook in English.
2 months ago I found a rare first edition of this wonderful cookbook, a collaboration between a first generation Chinese couple and their second generation American daughter who made the United States their home at a time when Chinese culture was a complete mystery to most Americans.
The cookbook of 200 odd recipes was described as "an authentic account of the Chinese culinary system'' in the 1945 NY Times review but interestingly a comparison between Chao's Sour-Hot Soup and a Hot and Sour soup by Jamie Oliver or Martha Stewart reveals that some of Chao's recipes are much simpler than contemporary versions.
Chef Bruce Cost's Hot and Sour soup described as the real thing by Epicurious lays great emphasis on the use of lily buds and various mushrooms while Chao's recipe doesn't even mention these. Likely she omitted these because they would have been difficult to find in the United States in the 40's.
The book was written at a time when fresh ginger was so exotic Chao suggests using powdered ginger root instead. Most of her recipes äre mellow by today's standards and do not contain hot peppers.
Chao's recipe for Sweet-sour sauce fish another globally popular Chinese dish has fewer ingredients than say Martin Yan's version. Contemporary versions have some vegetables and fruits like bell peppers, pineapple and hot chilli.

Chao's recipe calls for a whole fish, I used cubed Mahi Mahi. This sweet and sour sauce can be used with tofu, noodles, chicken and other kinds of meat as well.

Sweet and Sour Fish recipe - http://wp.me/p6r1yf-1kr
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Bijal PatelSuperb! Umm how or where can anyone get a copy of this book?

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Organic homegrown HERB GARDEN with mint ready for the picking!
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A piping hot bowl of spicy Chicken Soup is a tasty way to end a chilly day. It's easy to make and full of goodness and flavour

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A piping hot bowl of spicy Chicken Soup is easy to make and will warm your heart instantly. Recipe : samosastreet.com/chicken-soup/

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Sweet Potato Soup Recipe.
Healthy and yummy to eat. Do try at home.
Read here :- http://recipesbuddy.com/sweet-potato-soup-recipe/
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