I consider myself to be pretty blessed to have such a diverse group of friends in my life. We share life together with all that it entails; including some of the life’s ups and downs – but our time together is almost always filled with plenty of love, laughs, and food! These are a few of the beautiful women I affectionately call, “My girls.”
O.k. Confession – there is another reason why I love “My girls” so much. It’s their food! Seriously. Not at all kidding. They are part of the reason why I have fallen in love with food from so many different cultures. Each of these women is a genius at making food from the country of origin; favorite foods they have been raised eating. They are also in part, the reason I am writing my global cookbook.
They have inspired me, through their love of their culture, their lifestyle, and even their food, to look outside of my life experience, as an American, and into the lives of people who are different than me. And in doing so, what I have found is beautiful. Not to mention, delicious!
That’s why I am so excited to share this easy Persian Chicken Kabob recipe with you. My gorgeous friend, Ameneh, taught me to make her version of Joojeh Kabobs. They are super simple to make and have become one of our family favorites. I
I hope you enjoy this recipe! If you’ve made it please share it with me by tagging @culinary.butterfly on Instagram or @culinarybutterfly on Pinterest, or by using the hashtag #culinarybutterfly on Facebook
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