Hamedan’s Famous Dishes | What to Eat in Hamedan

Hamedan’s Famous Dishes | What to Eat in Hamedan

Eating foods on trips is one of the most enjoyable parts of travel. Especially if those foods are local and delicious. In this article we introduce Hamedan’s famous dishes.

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Abgoosht Ghorme

It may seem that a blend of abgoosht and ghorme sabzi wouldn’t be pleasant! But it is not. This food is definitely for the kind of people who like ghorme sabzi. Potatoes, dried limes, fried onions, red beans and eggs are the ingredients of this dish. We suggest you try this meal in Hamedan’s fine restaurants.

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Famous Dishes of hamedan
Famous Dishes of hamedan

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Eggplant Potage

Eggplant, beans, curd, etc., are the ingredients that the Malayer’s housewives make this amazing potage from. This potage can be considered as a little bit like curd and eggplant. But its flavor is very different from curd and eggplant.

Nuts’ Potage

Hamedan’s local potages are very healthy and gainful. It would be compatible with your temper if you like nuts like plums and cherries and etc. which have a touch of sweet-and-sour taste. Potage vegetables, bony meat, dried fruits (dried cherries, peach leaves, dried sour plums), noodles, grape juice, grains (peas, beans, legumes), onions and peppermint are important ingredients of this potage.

Nuts’ Potage
Nuts’ Potage
Omaj Potage

Another famous Hamedan dish is Omaj potage, which is also known as Umaj in other cities. The ingredients for making this potage are asparagus, grains (legumes, black-eyed beans), fried onions, garlic, eggs and of course Omaj. Amaj is a kind of dough in irregular shapes that are used in traditional potages after being dried through heating.

Amaj Potage
Amaj Potage
Rice Potage

In the past, although the eating of pilaff was not traditional, but the body’s need for rice was also eliminated by eating potages. This kind of potage which is made from rice, legumes and bone marrow, is very tasty and useful for the cold.

Rice Potage
Rice Potage
Carrot and Barley Potage

This dish is complete and tasty. Due to the dominant taste of barley, this food is not so sweet. And if you do not like sweet foods then put your mind at ease.

Carrot and Barley Potage
Carrot and Barley Potage
Koofte

Like many other Iranian cities, Hamedan has a koofte which is made from​lamb, rice, split pea, plum, onion, peas, egg, wheat flour and walnut.

Koofte
Koofte
Chili Abgoosht

Ingredients for the preparation of Hamedan’s chili abgoosht are  beef, potato, tomato, peas, onions, garlic, Hamedan’s special green peppers, cumin, fresh ginger and lemon juice. Like many other cities, abgoosht in Hamadan is a very popular meal as well.

Chili Abgoosht
Chili Abgoosht
Ghoore Bademjan Stew

Considering the cultivation of eggplant in Hamedan, many dishes are cooked with eggplant in this city. Ghoore bademjan stew is one of the famous dishes of Hamedan. This is a great choice for those who like the sour taste of food. Eggplant, chicken, minced meat, tomatoes, ghoore, onions and tomato paste are the ingredients of this dish. This meal is generally served with bread.

Ghoore Bademjan Stew
Ghoore Bademjan Stew
Katchi Potage

Kachi is one of the most nutrient foods that is available in most of the Iranian cities. However, given the environmental and geographical conditions of each city, the way this food is prepared is different, but the unchanging variable in all these equations is grits or wheat flour. In Hamedan, wheat, curd, water, garlic, pepper, salt, and animal oil are used to make kachi potage.

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Katchi Potage
Katchi Potage

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