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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Dolmeh Irani

Dolmeh is one of our traditional delicious foods. It is cooked in different flavors such as salty, sweet, and sour. But the most popular type is salty. I know that Arabs has this food in their own way of cooking. Nowadays, Dolmeh is not a very usual food in Iranian houses since this is difficult to cook and take a long time to prepare, but still is cooked in grand mamas houses. My mom tries to prepare it one or tow times in a year and this year I learned to cook it, too. It was such a different experience!

If you are interested to know the recipe, visit my blog of Iranian Kitchen!

12 comments:

Rita said...

It looks delicious. I'd like to have a bite :)

I have eaten that kind of thing once or twice at out multicultural parties. I can't remember who prepared that dish, but it was one of our foreign friends, that's for sure.

We have a traditional Finnish dish called cabbage rolls. They look a bit like yours. They're always salty, filled with ground meat. Never sweet, never sour.

Cezar and Léia said...

wow looks delicious!
Your blog is beautiful!
Thanks for your kind message in our blog, you are very sweet!
Léia

Rob and Mandy said...

Yummy! I lived in Turkey and Greece, where they are respectively called dolmah and dolmadakia

Leif Hagen said...

I'm curious about the ingredients AND how it is made.... or is that a family secret?! Ha!

Lily Hydrangea said...

Hi Sarah,
Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I am glad to know about yours as well. I love learning about different cultures around the world.
& This does look very appetizing!

Lily Hydrangea said...

PS
I see this is your current blog, so I shall follow this one then!

Paty said...

Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog. I loved yours too.
I´m also curious about how to prepare this dish, it looks very good!

Petrea said...

This is one Iranian food I've actually had. Very good!

Bibi said...

Oh, boy, would I love to have some of these RIGHT NOW!! I adore them.

Great, tempting photo!

Gunn said...

Yummy!:)

Sarah said...

Thank you all!
I wish that I could send you a dish of it...

The Recipe is available on www.iraniankitchen.blogspot.com

Ehsan Abbasi said...

WoW! I want it!