Shirazi Salad | Flavorful Side Dish

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This Iranian Shirazi salad is a quick to make side dish full of fresh and vibrant flavors. Dressed with olive oil & lime, it pairs well with many dishes!

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🥒 SALAD INGREDIENTS
3 Persian cucumbers chopped
3 Roma tomatoes chopped, seeded
½ red onion chopped
¼ green pepper seeded and chopped (optional)
2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
½ teaspoon crushed mint

🧂 DRESSING INGREDIENTS
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
3 tablespoons fresh squeezed lime juice
½ teaspoon kosher salt
¼ teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper

🖨 INSTRUCTIONS & FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE:

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⏱️ TIMESTAMPS:
0:00 Introduction
0:33 Ingredients you’ll need
0:49 Making the dressing
1:23 Chopping the vegetables
2:43 Adding fresh herbs
3:08 Final product

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  1. I had this in Turkey 🇹🇷 over 20 years ago..I've tried making it myself but it was always missing something..cilantro is the missing piece. I love it on tacos. Thank you ill try this in the morning. I'm half tempted to get up and go make it now.. 🤔 but I probably won't considering it's 2am here in Ireland that and I just realised I've no cilantro. It's something I've not used much in my own cooking but I do give it two my parrot in his chop and the kitchen always smells fantastic after..I'm definitely trying this tomorrow. My mouth is watering thinking about it. Yum 😋

  2. Great tutorial of Shirazi salad (btw, it's pronounced "sheerazee" not "shrazi" : ), but you must not have grown up in an Iranian household, because we Iranians make the salad with extra juicy tomatoes so that we can fight over who gets to drink the left-over salad-juice at the end of the meal. Haha.

  3. Thanks for sharing! I am half Persian, and I have been wanting to try to cook more dishes that hail from Iran that I've never tasted. It's hard to find Iranian cuisine videos that are in English and that are of this quality. I hope you do more Iranian dishes – may I recommend you make a video on Iran's infamous ghormeh sabzi?

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