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Street Food in Iran!!! AND What People in Iran are Really Like!!!



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STREET FOOD IN IRAN

1. Food Stall: Sour Fruit Aloche
ADDRESS: Darband, Tehran, Iran

🍒 FRUIT ALOCHE: Soak dried fruit (plums, berries, apricots, cherries, etc.) in sugary sour syrup and then serve.
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2. ALI BABA VITAMINEH: Majoon
ADDRESS: District 12, Tehran, Iran
SOCIAL: @alibabamajoon

🥛MAJOON: In a blender, mix together milk, saffron ice cream, vanilla ice cream and palm sap. Add coffee, cocoa, cinnamon and banana essence for flavor. Pour in fig, coconut powder and damask rose, then add granules (for fruit puree), walnut, sesame, pistachio mill, rose water, egg yolk, cream and pineapple compote.
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3. Food Stall: Sohan

🍮SOHAN: In a bowl, mix together egg yolks, flour, sprouted wheat flour saffron, sugar and vegetable oil. Add heat until it becomes dense after 20 minutes. Remove from mixing vessel and portion into smaller pieces. Smash it and then top with pistachios and/or almonds. Cut it into squares and serve.
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4. Bakery: Taftan
ADDRESS: Tehran Province, Tehran, Iran

🍞TAFTAN: Sift the flour into a bowl and add salt. Add yeast and yogurt and mix well. Knead well into a smooth dough by adding milk. Set aside the dough for fermentation. Brush oil on the dough and divide it into equal portions in a ball. Using only your fingertips, press lightly to make groves all around. Cook in a hot tandoor for fifteen to twenty minutes, basting with the remaining ghee once halfway through the cooking. Serve hot.
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5. SHATER ABBAS: Koobide + Kababe Negini + Kabab Barg + Boneless Chicken Kebab
ADDRESS: Tehran Province, Tehran, Nori, No. 8, Iran
WEBSITE: www.shater-abbas.com
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46 thoughts on “Street Food in Iran!!! AND What People in Iran are Really Like!!!

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  2. Iran implemented a near-total internet shutdown. F*ck politics, governments and media. Plz share! #Internet4Iran #HumanRights
    https://netblocks.org/reports/internet-disrupted-in-iran-amid-fuel-protests-in-multiple-cities-pA25L18b

  3. Ahh, thank you for making this show man! You are showing the world a non-biased view of these beautiful countries and cultures, that aren’t ordinarily shown, much less celebrated! Through food you are spreading information and love! Thank you from the bottom of my heart! You are so blessed to be enveloped in such beautiful cultures!

  4. I would have loved to visit Iran, but i am ex-Us military so not worth taking a chance of getting arrested as "spy". Iran people are good people, Iranian government isn't.

  5. All hail the protesters of Iran!
    They are out of internet for 6 days. 250+ died, around 4000 wounded, 7000+ arrested.
    Please hear the voice of Iran and end this Islamic brutality. #IranProtests

  6. This reminds me of how people assume that all the inhabitants of Africa are starving with aids and only the bad sides are shown on the news when it's not so. I love that when you travel to other countries you don't just travel for the food but you embrace their cultures and teach the world about others and help others to do the same.

  7. it's almost strange that there are so many similarities in Indian and Iranian cuisine,kebabs are almost everywhere in India , the sweets are similar , the extensive use of saffron , doogh- looks/seems like it's flavored buttermilk. I mean this cultural/cuisine exchange must have happened sometime in the past. But I am so grateful for it !!!! love kebabs!!!!! 😛

  8. Its a moment to appreciate these foodies, they are changing the views of people about some countries, people and cultures like SONNY DID IRANIAN TOUR AND MARK DID PAKISTAN..Now an Indian want to visit Pakistan and an American wants to go Iran.

  9. As an American and an Iranian I can say Americans are ignorant to Iranian culture.

    Lol level 4 danger??? Have you BEEN to Iran.

    The only danger you have is turning down a mother's food. You have to eat what they give you.

  10. People are just people, everywhere you go.

    Don't listen to the media. They are paid to tell you how to think about regular people.

  11. The mother in law of my sister brought us some pistachos,and they were the best I have ever eaten.Also ,some pastries made with pistachos,but I cannot remember the name.

  12. Thank you so much for crossing boarders and showing us the wonder of customs and food around the world. It is wonderfulle to see how friendly and welcoming people are.

  13. "People are not their govt" what did the Current Iranian govt ever do to the west, apart from wanting to protects its natural resources from western plundering and robbery. If Iranians had the mentality of those in the west, then they have a right to bear enmity, considering what western govts have and are doing.

  14. Hey BEFRS Team. Love the video. Just a heads up, the farsi for food names (like lavashak) is a little off. The letters are going to wrong way (it should read right to left) and the letters need to connect. It should be لواشك.

  15. Great country, great food, great people, that 1.6k people that disliked i hope you will shit on your pants without knowing :))))

  16. A wonderful and rare reminder that not all Americans are stupid, corrupt, ignorant, bigoted, harmful, violent and sad. 🙂

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