Persian food blogs

Persian feast continues soon! In the meanwhile, let me share with you some great links for some excellent Persian food blogs!

Turmeric & Saffron by Azita

My Persian Kitchen by Chef

West of Persia by Bria

The Spice Spoon by Shayma (new blog including Pakistani, Afghani and Iranian recipes)

Pinch my Saffron by Yasamin

Javane’s Kitchen  by Javane (Gluten free!)

 

I discovered Turmeric & Saffron when Azita kindly left a message on my previous post about cooking Persian. This spurred me to look for more, and I discovered My Persian Kitchen and others.  Turmeric & Saffron and My Persian Kitchen are excellent sources of information on Persian food and delicious recipes! West of Persia and The Spice Spoon are new to blogging, but very promising.

Does anyone know of any more?

 

Here are the other posts from my Persian feast series:

  

Persian feast in my kitchen: Intro

Persian feast in my kitchen: the first courses

Persian feast in my kitchen: the mains

Persian baklava: the sweet end to our feast

 

 

 

 

 

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21 Comments

  1. i am a big fan of Azita’s site, too! i have just entered the blogging world 2 weeks ago, shall be putting more Persian recipes up. happy blogging to you.

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  2. What great blogs! THankyou for introducing them.

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  3. SHAYMA, thanks for visiting! I’m pleased to hear you’ll be posting Persian recipes, too. I really enjoyed your safron post.

    GANGA, You’re welcome, but I think the praise is all for the authors who are both excellent.

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  4. how lovely of you to add my blog’s saffron link here. youre very kind. best wishes to you.

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  5. btw there is another lady who makes very nice Persian food, i will tell her to leave a comment on your blog. x

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  6. Excellent, thanks for that, Shayma.

    As for the saffron blog link, it’s a pleasure!

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  7. Dear Maninas, thank you for sharing the links to the above Persian food blogs and including my blog too. That’s very nice of you. If I come across any new Persian food blog I’ll let you know. It seems there aren’t that many. Yet.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  8. Dear Azita, it really is a pleasure! Thank you so much for sharing all those beautiful Persian dishes with us!

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  9. Hi Maninas, it’s nice to meet you! Shayma told me about your blog, what great posts! I’ll be visiting frequently :)

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  10. Hi Yasamin! Welcome to my blog, and thanks for your comment. I’ll add you to the list above.

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  11. Thank you for adding a link to my blog here! That’s so kind of you, I greatly appreciate it. xo, Yasamin

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  12. Hello Maninas! Thank you so much for your post. I had no idea there were other people besides Bria and I who were posting about Persian food. This is so so exciting. Keep up the good work girls!!!

    Thank you so much for including me! xoox

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  13. YASAMIN & MY PERSIAN KITCHEN – Thank you both for sharing your knowledge of Persian food with us!

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  14. Wow, I am just now running across this shout-out! A friendl sent me the link. Thank you so much, I really do appreciate it. You are a doll :-)

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  15. That’s OK! Thank you for writing your blog! :)

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  16. A great site and I will add it to my own which is also about Persian food for people with coeliacs disease. I have adapted all the recipes that use wheat flour …actually there aren’t so many which is why Persian food is so great for Coeliacs. Im going to enjoy reading through all your recipes :)
    Javane

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  17. Welcome to my blog, Javane! I’ve added you to the list above.

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  18. Find great Persian food recipes at http://www.cookpersian.com

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  19. Isabel

     /  19 June, 2012

    Please can you tell me in which of the persian food you add small ungrown grapes to give sour taste to meal it was dolma? Thank you very nice

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