Happy Nowruz: Cooking with Children to Celebrate the Persian New Year Spiral-bound – 12 Mar 2008
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A perfect way to learn how to cook, what the persian new year is all about, the historical side of Iran
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A beautiful book to share with the whole family. "Happy Nowruz" gives you everything you need to celebrate the arrival of spring and the Persian New Year -- kid-friendly recipes for pomegranate popsicles and cinnamon date buns, the history and traditions of the celebration in Iran, the laying of the Nowruz Table with decorated eggs and goldfish (a symbol for the beginning of creation).
A bounty of refreshing ideas for drawing the family together. A perfect blend of cooking, art, poetry, mythology and all the stuff of life worth celebrating with the people you love.
I followed the Lubia Polow (a red rice and chicken dish) recipe with my roommates to great success. Everyone loved it! (and thought I was a culinary genius)
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a good time making delicious food!
Not much recommended as her other books.
1. the author always stipulates way more onion than necessary, so cut it by at least half.
2. You can leave out the saffron - the recipe will still be good.
3. You can substitute sour cream for Kashk (whey) - I do this all the time in the eggplant dip.