Best Persian Menu in Adelaide
Restaurants are perfect places to get away from your daily routine while having your meal. The time being spent in there is really something else. Well, the Persian restaurant is one of a kind that really tempts you step into it and try the best Persian cuisines. The best restaurants are going to have a diverse menu for all eating styles from vegans to vegetarians or any other varieties.
Best Persian menu include vegan and ancient food, such as traditional dishes like Mirza Qasemi (smoked eggplants, tomato and a touch of garlic with pickled vegetables served with bread as an appetizer and rice as the main course) , Kale Kabab ( smoked eggplants, walnut, pomegranate paste with a touch of garlic with bread), Zeytoon Parvardeh ( marinated olives, ground walnut, pomegranate paste with a touch of garlic) , Shirazi Salad ( cucumber, tomato, onion with mint) . Most popular menu items include Zereshk Polo ( wild Persian barberries, rice and Persian saffron served with slow-cooked tender chicken), Baghali Polo ba Mahiche ( slow-cooked lamb shank served with broad bean, dill, rice and Persian saffron) , Ghorme Sabzi ( lean lamb and fresh herbs, simmered to perfection served with red beans, dried lime, spices served with rice and Persian saffron), Gheyme Bademjan ( Lean lamb, yellow peas and eggplant, tomato and dried lime served with rice and Persian saffron), Aloo Mosamma ( slow-cooked chicken lovely legs, plum and apricot served with rice and Persian saffron), and Fesenjan ( slow-cooked chicken lovely legs,ground walnut with pomegranate paste served with rice and Persian saffron) .
Also, another important factor in a restaurant menu is to follow a gluten-free diet. A gluten-free diet is the one that strictly excludes gluten and all its varieties such as barley, oat and stuff like that. Gluten proteins have low nutritional and biological value and the grains that contain gluten are not essential for the human diet. Mirza Qasemi is a famous traditional meal with has lots of fans due to its deliciousness. It can be both served with bread as an appetizer and rice as the main course. Another yummy dish is called “Kashke Bademjan” which includes golden fried eggplant with a touch of garlic, whey and mint along with crispy fried onion and pickled vegetables. It is served by bread only. One of the gluten-free main courses is “Morassa Polo” that contains wild Persian barberries, slivered pistachio and almond along with rice and Persian saffron served with slow-cooked tender chicken.