Around the World in 80 Recipes

This site was created for those who would like to recreate the meals I have written about in the "Around the World in 80 Meals" site. ( On that site, I describe the meals that are cooked for me by people from many different cultures...I enjoy eating those meals and I hope to shed a more positive light on the multicultural society in the Netherlands.

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I'm Dutch/American, 29 years old, and love getting to know new people and new cultures. Plus I enjoy a good meal! So what better way to combine these interests than through this blog? The idea is to talk to my hosts about what role food plays in their life, who taught them how to cook, what differences they see between local (food) culture and their own, etc. I started out in the Netherlands, but continued the project after my move to the UK in 2007. Email: eightymeals at yahoo dot com

Friday, November 03, 2006

Iranian Naan-o-Paneer-o-Sabzi


Ingredients: (4 servings)
Iranian or middle-eastern thin bread, 500 grams
feta cheese in cubes, 400 grams
herbs (parsley, coriander, spring onions), 500 grams

Iranian or middle-eastern bread that comes in very thin, soft sheets should be used. It should be warmed up in the oven before serving but avoid over-heating it which will dry it out.

Wash the herbs with cold water and let dry. Cut spring onions into 4-5 cm pieces, and parsley and coriander into small pieces. You can add other herbs or vegetables of choice such as mint leaves or radishes. Serve with the bread and feta cheese.

To eat, cut a small piece of bread, place a piece of feta cheese and some herbs in the middle, and wrap the bread around them.


Blogger Arash said...

Hi it wa intresting that I found this recipe here,

I am Arash from Iran ,Tehran I produce a kind of dry bread near center of Iran,Kashan,which is organic.

I can send you a box if you like!!

here is my email adress
and also a website but under construction


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