Advieh Safron Vinaigrette
The Persian Kitchen
Advieh is as essential to the Persian kitchen as Garam Masala is to Indian cuisine and Ras el Hanout is to Moroccan. Persian food is often mistaken to be heavily spiced, instead, it's more of a delicate balance.
Quite unlike most other Middle Eastern food, Persian cuisine has a flavor all of its own. You'll find a delicate balance of sweet and sour, with flavors that are subtle and memorable.
Advieh Waldorf Salad
The ingredients of Persian food are largely the same ingredients that food all over the world is made from, and yet when Persian spice is added to a recipe, it literally transforms it.
Advieh Shrimp Scampi
Persian cooking uses fruits, herbs, flowers and ground roots to create a delicate aroma and a rich flavor. Each spice has a purpose and is helpful in maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul.
Advieh Lamb Racklette
Although similar to Garam Masala, the emphasis in Advieh is less on hot, and more on flavor. Sprinkle Advieh on grilled and braised meats, add a pinch to sautéed vegetables and salad dressings, or stir it into basmati rice for a golden Persian rice.
Advieh Persian Rice