• Torshe tare (Gilan special food):
Torshe tare is one of the common types of northern stew of Iran. It is made from mixed vegetables (dill, coriander, parsley, lemon, mint), rice flour, oil, garlic, spinach, pickles (orange juice or pomegranate sauce), eggs and salt.
It’s easy to prepare the vegetables, with the difference that roasted vegetables are used by the northern women to provide them with a special flavor!
Therefore, many travelers who go to Gilan Province, produce vegetables in the same way from local markets!
This food cook in Gamaj ( Kind of Iranian jar for cooking common in North of Iran).
Serve this delicious meal with smoked rice or bread, coolli fish(local fish) and olive !
• Torshe tare nutritional properties:
Incredible dill Properties:
1_ Protection against free radicals
2_This herbal medicine is an excellent source of calcium and its regular use prevents osteoporosis.
3_ As with parsley, diabetes and insulin levels can be cited.
4_ It helps to calm sleep and balances your body’s hormones!
5_Helping your heart health
1- Parsley is an excellent source of vitamins C, A, and K.
2- Parsley is also a good source of iron and folic acid. Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin that is found in leafy vegetables such as spinach and parsley. Folic acid is able to reduce the amount of homocysteine in the blood. Increasing this factor in the blood increases the risk of heart disease.
1- In traditional medicine, coriander is one of the herbs used to treat hemorrhoids. Due to the high amount of fiber in this material!
2-One hundred grams of this vegetable contains 50 mg of vitamin C.
3- It has a blood glucose-lowering effect by stimulating the secretion of insulin!
1- Consumption of these vegetables, like all other vegetables, leads to a decrease in LDL cholesterol in humans, but an increase in HDL, which is called good cholesterol, is not seen in all vegetables!
2- 57 mg of iron are present in One hundred grams leek, so it’s important to have high levels of iron!
In addition to vegetables, this food is also rich in orange juice, a source of vitamin C!
Writer : Bahare mirpourian