Persian Tea

by on March 2, 2012

Persian Tea plays a very big role in Traditional Persian cooking. Almost all Iranians drink tea after their meal. Some drink tea a number of times throughout the 24 hrs. Learning the history behind Persian Tea and how it differs from other cultures is therefore significant.

In the video, I first teach you the very traditional way of making tea. Then, I will take you into the kitchen and show you a modern more efficient way of doing it. Please be sure to watch the video to the very end.

If you like to learn more about Traditional Persian cooking, be sure to check out KShar’s Sofreh – A Modern Guide to Traditional Persian Cooking. I look forward to reading your comments and questions. Please share this video with your friends and family.

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lena March 2, 2012 at 5:54 am

thank you Kshar. It was very interesting to learn about the tea ceremony in the past. How times has changed…

KShar March 4, 2012 at 3:10 am

It sure has Lena, the tea ceremony was a big thing in old days, that is why I am trying so hard to show the Iranian culture through cooking.

Élena March 2, 2012 at 6:37 am

We always have tea after dinner, and it’s my favourite part of the day…unwind, relax, spend time together and chat over a cup of tea, cookies and fruit. I always make the cookies myself, maybe that could be another video idea? Persian pastry! But I will NEVER learn to drink tea the Iranian way, after all those years I still drop my sugar into the glass and use a spoon 😀

KShar March 4, 2012 at 3:08 am

Elena, I can not live with out tea, I look forward to my tea when I get home. It make feel great. good to hear from you my friend.

shagufta March 3, 2012 at 11:22 pm

thanks for the showing how to make tea. I have one request from u can u plz show
how to make sabzay before eid_ noroz. show us which type of wheat we can use &
how long it take time to grow.plz like tea show us how to grow sabzay lots of thanks
lots of Dua for u


KShar March 4, 2012 at 3:04 am

I have it on the site , please go and click on haft seen, and I show you every thing, from how to do sabzi and every thing else. Thank you

shagufta March 6, 2012 at 1:06 am

i already saw this video but can u explain me in detail how long i sock
the wheat and what things i use to grow the much i need
the wheat etc. plz explain me step by step

KShar March 6, 2012 at 3:05 am

Salam baraye It is too late for wheat, need to use lenttis (addas). soak the lenttis for 24 hours and then speared it in any dish or flat with a rim ( zarf shoma bayad labe dashte bashe ) so , water wont run over the dish when you water it. cover it with a wet cloth and water it over the cloth every other day and when it shoots the green ( after 4 days ) you uncover it and let it grow.

shagufta March 6, 2012 at 10:45 pm

ok the same procedure is for wheat? what type of colth i use usually i use kitchen
towel or small towel which is for face cleaning.but it dosen`t work.and watering
the wheat in alternate days.can we put the wheat in warm place for example
kitchen cabinate and oven.thanks plz reply.

KShar March 6, 2012 at 11:21 pm

No you can not put it in oven you of course keep it in the kitchen with good light exposure. The cloth needs to be a cloth not a towel, it should not be heavy towel, use cheese cloth, double fold. You can get the cheese cloth in any art and craft store.

Michelle August 15, 2014 at 3:42 am

Very informative video. Thank you for taking your time to make and share. It’s hard to find all the details, elsewhere, which you have provided us. Thank you 😀

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