Introduction: Ash-e-Reshte

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How do you serve many people for a party? An example is a wedding and you haven't enough time and money. Ash-e-Reshte is the best food for this! ("Ash" means potage and "Reshte" means noodles). Delicious , fast and cheap!
This is a Persian food, we usually eat this food instead of dessert. It's a famous and delicious Persian food you can make any time . In our city everybody likes this food and I think if you try it , you will definitely want to make it again!

Ingredients :
  • 1.5 kg vegetables : coriander , spinach , leek , dill , parsley , spearmint
  • Reshte : a pack (You can buy from Persian/Turkish/Arabic shops)
  • Onion
  • Pea : a cup
  • Lentil : a cup
  • Bean : a cup
  • Kashk : 700g - 1kg
Also you can see a quick movie with the steps in the picture below. (Picture2-gif)

Step 1: Pea , Lentil , Bean

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First wet the pea , lentil and bean in a dish for 24 hours .
Next day put them in a pot and cook in low heat for one hour . They are ready , when they become soft .
Then put them in a dish for next .

Step 2: Get Ready the Vegetables

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Chop the spearmint and onion .
Now put the total of vegetables in a pan and cook them . For bridle from sticky you can add a few liquid oil . Rile them numerous with a wooden spoon .

Step 3: More or Less ?!

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May be this picture mislead you ! How much you need ? If you need less you can make this food in a small pot or if you need more food you can make it in a big pot . If less , you should use a few water and counter.
Now add water in to a pan and put it on heat . After the water get boiling , add vegetables to it .

Step 4: Add the Others

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After 20 minutes , add the pea , lentil and bean to the pot . First add a few of them in to the pot and after a few seconds add more and total of them . This work help to admix the ingredients better .

Step 5: Add the Noodles

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Chop the noodles in a dish and add them to the pot .
Remember you shouldn't chop the noodles small . Only chop the big noodles to average size .

Step 6: The Curd

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If you don't use packaged curd , you should boil it before using . After boiling , wait until the curd get cool . Then put them to a small receptacle . When you share the food , anybody like curd , can add it .

Step 7: Share !

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Put the food in small place and add a few curd on them , no more ! Place a few ripe and splintery onion on the external face . Also you can add a few dill and spearmint for better smell .
Share the "Ash-e-Reshte" and enjoy !

Comments

cherishcherub (author)2010-09-28

There seems to be some misunderstanding, Seeming as i'm iranian/persian i feel like its my duty to step in and and resolve this confusion...

The 'curd' his talking about is called Kahsk, although this is a specialltiy ingredient, you don't necessarily need to buy this from a iranian shop, any middle eastern shop (such as turkish, Arabic) will do


Also DO NOT use sour cream, or any cream for that matter, it won't ruin it but it won't taste good at all.


also with the confusion of noodles:

'pottage fiber' is callled reshte, it pretty much as too be purchased from the stores metioned above, pasta or noodles, don't really do it.

if you really need to use noodles, use medium egg noodles.

hope this helps, feel free to ask futher questions!

Thanks a lot really ! I change a few words in this instructable . Your notifications were helpful for me .

Where I use sour cream word ? I think you see this word before my editing . Now I can't find that word .
Also I change the pottage fiber and noddles to Reshte .
And other were helpful .
Yes , they help for feel free to ask further questions !
Thanks again !

zxchdb (author)2014-03-09

Ajab Ashi Shod

mamnoon az in post mofid

skatrun (author)2013-06-02

nice.....خیلی کیف کردیم

wisk778 (author)2010-10-03

Nicely done instructable, It makes me want to make the recipe. But I need a little more information. 1)"Peas"- are chickpeas (garbanzo beans) not split peas? 2) "Beans"- are they a specific kind or can I use any dried red bean? 3) In the picture of step3 there is a hand with orange "dried vegetables"-What kind are they because I can't find them in the ingredient list.
Note: I did find the Rashte and the Kashk at an online at efooddepot.com it was the only place that I found both items (I hope they are good). Because I live in a very small town this is probably where I'll have to get the supplies.

PinkHeart (author)2010-09-29

It's great to learn about different culture. Nice instructable.

Pat_Maroney (author)2010-09-25

still not completely understanding "pottage fiber" and "curd"
what exactly are they and do they need to be bought at persian specific stores?
very curious to know, i'm a cook by proffession

farzadbayan (author)Pat_Maroney2010-09-26

Yes , you should buy "pottage fiber" from Persian shops . Also you can use noodles instead that .
Curd is dense yogurt . Also you can buy it from Persian shop . It isn't very important for you . You can don't use it . As you like !

ironsmiter (author)farzadbayan2010-09-26

substitution of "sour cream" for those of us more than 50 miles from a Persian Shop? Round these parts, we have only Generic(American), Indian, Asian, and Mexican stores. Or is sour cream too thick, with crema fresca being a better choice?

What sort of "fiber" noodle replacement are we looking for? Spaghetti, Udon, Angle hair, egg noodle, ramen?

eunju (author)2010-09-26

world healthy food - india's lentil bean

ChrysN (author)2010-09-25

This looks really tasty. In step 5 are you adding noodles, is that what you mean by fiber?

farzadbayan (author)ChrysN2010-09-25

Pottage fiber is different . I know you can't find that fiber in US . So I change the word to noodles ! Noodles haven't different taste and you can use it instead pottage fiber .
Thanks for your notification !

ChrysN (author)farzadbayan2010-09-25

There are some Persian stores around where I live, maybe I can find some there.Thanks.

Robyntheslug (author)2010-09-25

Wow, that looks like some really yummy food! It's great to see food from all over the world on instructables...

If you want some help with translations in your instructable, I and others would be happy to help, just post in this forum:
https://www.instructables.com/community?categoryGroup=forums&category=esl

farzadbayan (author)Robyntheslug2010-09-25

Thanks a lot !
I send you a message about this subject *

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