Aash-e Mash – Mung beans and herbs soup

Here is another great entry in the long line of Aashes – thick, hearty soups – in Persian cuisine. Much like others in the series, this Aash incorporates an abundance of fresh herbs, Kashk, a Persian whey sauce, along with crispy garlic, caramelized onions, and the aromatic mint sauce! Though the main ingredient for this…

Aash-e Anar – Pomegranate soup with meatballs

This is Aash-e Anar, another of the popular and well-loved members of the Aash family, with many enticing and creative seasonal variations. Aash has always been front and center of Persian cuisine. This is a Farsi term used to describe a thick style of soup that often combines a variety of beans, grains, sometimes noodles,…

Aash Gholvat – Potato and herb stew with eggs

What looks like a soup or a stew, but is neither? It is an Aash! Aash has always been front and center in Persian cuisine. This is a Persian term used to describe a thick style of soup that often combines a variety of beans, grains, sometimes noodles, herbs, spices, and meat.  There are nearly…

Aash Reshteh – Persian noodle soup

This is Aash Reshteh, one of the most popular and well-loved members of the Aash family, which has nearly 50 varieties. Aash is a Persian term used to describe a very thick style of soup. Important ingredients for this dish are heaping amounts of herbs and various beans, but the signature ingredients are Kashk and…

Aash-e Sholeh Ghalamkar – Hearty beans and rice stew with beef and herbs

What looks like a soup or a stew, but is neither? It is Aash! Aash is a slow-cooked Persian dish that combines a variety of beans, grains, sometimes noodles, herbs, spices, and meat. Its texture most resembles a thick soup. Aash is quite versatile and has many variations. It can be a comfort food, but…

Aash-e Jow – Barley, herbs and spinach stew with whey and mint sauce

Aash-e Jow is a hearty Persian barley stew prepared by slowly cooking beans and grains with an abundance of fresh herbs and spinach. The stew is topped with the salty and tangy Kashk (liquid whey), tender crispy fried onions, and a garlic mint sauce. Aash can be served either as the main course or as…