Monday, 19 May 2008

Ghormeh Sabzi Food Recipes

About Ghormeh Sabzi Dried Herbs

Ghormeh Sabzi is an Iranian stew cooked from lamb, beans and vegetables.

The herbal mixture that is added to this stew is made up of parsley, chives, coriander and fenugreek leaves.

Ghormeh Sabzi herb mix goes extremely well in lamb dishes.

To see my lamb seekh kebab recipe using this ingredient see lamb seekh kebab recipe

Pictures of Ghormeh Sabzi dried herbs.

Click here for Seekh Kebab Recipe using Ghormeh Sabzi


lilipoot said...

Jeena, just wanted to tell u that i have just discovered your blog and Im loving it. I am Iranian so i got so excited when is aw your guormeh sabzi title. Thanks for your hard work....

Jeena said...

Hi Lilipoot, thank you for stopping by my blog. I am happy you enjoy reading my recipes. :)

All Middle Eastern food I have loved the taste of so I too was excited when I saw this ingredient in the shop. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena, the kebabs look so delicious!
I have always wanted to make nice kebabs, but always failed, so I am keeping my fingers crossed with this recipe.

How many grams/pounds does 1 pack of lamb in UK weigh? I live in the U.S., so I would like to make sure I use the right amount of meat.

Thank you!

Jeena said...

Hi there, which kebab recipe is it that you are planning on cooking?

Thanks, Jeena. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena,
Very sorry for my late reply.
I looking at the 'Lamb Seekh Kebab Recipe'!
What is the amount of the minced lamb?

I have tried to cook mixed veg. curry and restaurant style chicken curry following your recipe. They were so delicious! I have had many attempts on those curries, but they never turned out right until I tried your recipe. I will keep your recipes from now on!

Thank you so much!

Jeena said...

Hi there,

Thank you for the great feedback on my curries. :-)

The minced lamb I used was 400g but if you use slightly over or slightly under this amount it should not make a huge difference.

I'd love to hear how the seekh kebabs come along?

Thanks, Jeena. :-)

Anonymous said...

hi dear Jeena
i'm so glad to see this place i love cooking and photos help me alot
i am from iran and aboot Ghorme sabzi which means vegetable stew in english this is one of the best iranian dishes but it's better to use fresh vegetable

Chef Jeena said...

Hi there,
Thank you for taking the time to leave me such a nice comment. :)