Ash Reshte


Aush reshteh is an ancient soup that changed in recipe over time and by A.D. 500 the noodles were introduced to the dish, making it more closely related to the present day recipe. Traditionally, aush reshteh is served at special Iranian events, like Nowruz, Sizdah be-dar, or during winter time. The noodles are supposed to symbolize good fortune for the new year. It is cooked most in autumn and winter.


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