Ghormeh sabzi, or the Bean Baaz as we like to refer to it as, is the single most iconic stew in Persian cuisine. A medley of Middle Eastern herbs, from parsley to dill to fenugreek, work perfectly in tandem with red beans, diced mushrooms and hints of sun dried lime for a perfect balance of flavors and texture. There's a reason this dish has been around for a couple hundred years. Isn't it time you tried it for yourself?
If you guessed that sabzi means herbs in Farsi, you're right! Look at you learning Farsi so quickly! Jam packed with fenugreek, parsley and dill, ghormeh sabzi is considered to be one of the healthiest and most fragrant Persian dishes
Depending on the region in Iran, ghormeh sabzi is prepared using a different type of bean. The most commonly used bean is the red bean, which adds plant-based protein to our vegetarian take on this Persian classic
SUN DRIED LIMES
Sun dried what?! That's right - sun dried limes! An ingredient unique to Persian cuisine, these crushed dried limes, known as limoo omani, provide ghormeh sabzi with a very subtle sour and tangy taste, contrasting well with the stew's herbs