I learned to make Koresh Bademjan from my friend, Shaya, who was born in Iran and moved to the United States many years ago. Shaya has a special gift for turning a few simple ingredients into a Persian feast. I enjoy her style of cooking because she uses traditional Persian spices and herbs and her food is seasoned to perfection. With this technique, the flavor of the food
This recipe, however is relatively simple to make, it uses basic ingredients, and you can have an impressive authentic Persian meal on the table in about an hour and a half. The best part of this recipe is that most of that cooking time is hands off, so that gives you plenty of time to make a delicious salad like my Salad Shirazi, whip up a bowl of Mast-O Khiar (cucumber and Yogurt Dip), and sip on a glass of your favorite wine while the Koresh Bademjan is baking.
در اینجا به یک وعده غذایی بزرگ است! Here’s to a great meal!
I hope you enjoy this recipe! If you’ve made it please share it with me by tagging @culinarybutterfly on Pinterest.
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