Iran Nomad Feast, Feeding 3000 People in EPIC Nomad Tradition!


Best Ever Food Review Show
Oct 23, 2019

Our next stop on our Iran Food Tour brought us to a temporary settlement of the Qashqai People. The Qashqai people in Iran practice pastoral nomadism and are descendants of Turks, Lurs, Kurds, Arabs, Persians and Gypsies who settled in Iran during the 11th and 12th century. It is said that the group amounts to 400,000 people that have traveled the deserts of Southwest Iran for hundreds of years.

SEMIROM, ISFAHAN, IRAN: Sheep + Sheep Stew + Chicken

🐑 SHEEP: Clean and cut the sheep into small parts. Make kebabs from the offals and enjoy!

🍲 SHEEP STEW: In a pot, add sheep fat, butter, chunked pieces of mutton, water, garlic seeds, cumin, turmeric and salt. Simmer for a couple hours. Serve when ready.

🐥 CHICKEN: Defeather and clean the chicken. Stuff the chicken with onion cooked in fat, pomegranate and walnuts. Sew the chicken shut. Put in a hot pot with fat. In a separate pot, fry onions. Add turmeric, cumin, garlic seeds, water, salt and stuffed chicken.
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