I love experimenting with Persian flavours, a land so rich in history and culture. Moreover, Persian food is all about sharing (and caring) – what I love to do best! As such, there is no better choice of cuisine to connect like-minded individuals over a heavenly Persian feast.
So what are the origins of Persian cuisine? Much of the diversity in Persian cuisine can be attributed to The Silk Road. Expect to see an amalgamation of Far East and Middle Eastern accents, with inspirations from the eastern Mediterranean.
Pomegranate and pistachios feature in Persian cuisine as they were indigenous to the region and exported. In return, traders brought in rice from India and China, tomatoes from the Ottoman Empire, turmeric from India, yogurt from Central Asia, feta from Greece, saffron from Crete, and lamb from the Arabs.
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