Processed Iranian stile Olive

Not selected for Google Earth or Google Maps after a second review [?]

مواد لازم برای تهیه زیتون پرورده : زیتون ماری : یک کیلو مغز گردو : 250 گرم سیر ساییده شده : به اندازه کافی انار ترش : به اندازه کافی چوچاق ساییده شده : یک الی دو قاشق غذا خوری نمک و فلفل : به اندازه کافی وقتی که هسته زیتون ماری رو جدا کردید خوب آن را شسته و بعد در یک سبد ریخته تا آب آن خوب گرفته شود. 250 گرم مغز گردو را با مولینکس و یا با نیمیار ” نوعی ظرف سفالی ” بسایید که بعد از خوب ساییده شدن، آب انار و چوچاق و سیر و نمک و فلفل را به آن اضافه و خوب هم بزنید و قبل از اینکه آن را با زیتونی که آب آن خوب گرفته شده،مخلوط کنیم،مایع مخلوط بدست آمده رو چشیده تا با ذائقه تون سازگاری داشته ” مقدار کمی و یا زیادی نمک و فلفل و.. ” سپس زیتون رو به این مخلوط خوب هم زده بیافزایید و دوباره خوب هم بزنید. حالا شما یه زیتون پرورده تقریباً تقریباً خوشمزه دارید که برای اینکه مزه اون به 100% برسه لازم است که به مدت حداقل چند ساعت در یک ظرف در بسته ” شیشه ای بهتره ” و در یخچال نگهداری شود. اگر زمانی به بندرانزلی تشریف بردید چوقاق و انار ترش را می توانید از خانوم های دستفروشی که روبروی اداره آموزش پرورش و یا اداره برق بساط خود را پهن کرده اند ، تهیه نمایید. اصطلاحات بکار برده شده ” چوچاق یا نیمیار ” مربوط به مردم انزلی بوده که شاید در شهرهای دیگر استان گیلان گویش آن متفاوت می باشد. با هر نوع زیتونی نمی توان زیتون پرورده ای خوشمزه درست کرد، زیرا بعضی از زیتون ها این مواد تهیه شده رو در خود جذب نمی کنند. ص

It's a kind of Chutney served with other main foods. to make it, first you get ready a big plate of Olive and then you should make a mixture of worn walnut, sour Pomegranate and a special good taste vegetable named Chuchaq and mix it with that separated cores Olives. put it in Refrigerator for some hours and then have it and enjoy!

Show more
Show less
Save Cancel Want to use bold, italic, links?

Comments (58)

Denis Kolec on December 8, 2010

It really looks delicious. L6

piotr. on January 9, 2011

Woooow! Fantastic shot!

mato angel 1 on February 22, 2011

mmmmmmm, Olives...Ray

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on March 2, 2011


Dear friends

Deins Lolek



mato angel

Thanks a lot for your kind visits and kind words.

I'm glad you like it.

By the way, help yourself!

K@rin on April 17, 2011

hello sababoy , like olives usually with some garlic , never had them iranian style , so what is this extra added ingredient ? best wishes

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on April 17, 2011


Dear friend

♥ ♥ ♥


♥ ♥ ♥

Thanks a lot for your kind visit

And kind words.

That's a very delicious mixture of ground walnut and special vegetable in north of Iran named Choochagh or parsley instead and sour pomegranate. The ladies in villages use a big stone dish and a good marble to grind these stuffs and mix it with olive. This food is named to parsian: Zeytoon Parvardeh. Don't forget to try it in an Iranian restaurant. It's very delicious in my book.

All the best from north Iran.

Buts Yuri on April 18, 2011

Tastefully! LIKE! Greetings from Ukraine. Yuri.

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on April 18, 2011


Dear friend

♥ ♥ ♥


♥ ♥ ♥

Thanks a lot for your kind visit

And kind words.

Help yourself!

All the best from north Iran.

K@rin on April 18, 2011

Hi sababoy , just read the recipe , seems delicious and almost all ingredients I can get here too at a special supermarket in province capital, so have to try to make it myself than , we have no Iranian style restaurant here , thanks a lot for answering my question , best wishes K@rin

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on April 18, 2011

Well, well done to you having enough bravery and animus to experience it! Just take care to use necessary measure of stuffs. We have special kind of pomegranate which is sour and it's used just for this or boil and take a special dark sour for cooking. Do you have it there? It's needed to use and don't use the sweet ones. If you don't have it you can use another sour. Let me known about what you did. I'm excited about it!

K@rin on April 18, 2011

Hello sababoy , well just have to ask for it than at the shop , is a Turkish supermarket so perhaps they have it , if I did make it I tell you all about it :) , perhaps lemon is also a good substitute than , thanks and best wishes

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on April 18, 2011

Good idea! Lemon is suitable. in fact the sour ones. A little lemon juice is enough.

As far as I know, Iranians are all over the world, specially in Europe countries and USA. In Germany we have many. Kia the famous soccer player who was in Hamburg. My cousin was in Germany I don't know exactly which city, but he's back about some years. Usually whenever they are, there are at least one restaurant of them! Iranian cooking is good and we have delicious foods. Even though most of them have much fat and starch and eating few is recommended.

Artur Lutz on July 3, 2011

Hi Sababoy, Thanks for this hint - whenever I'll have a chance to be in a Iranian restaurant I'll order this Zeytoon parvardeh. Then I'll tell you if I like it - at least I like (9) the picture and that you've shared with us.

Best Greetings - Artur

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on July 3, 2011

You welcome dear friend Artur.

I hope you'll like it.

I enjoy it too much myself.

Artur Lutz on July 3, 2011

Too much olives - can this be true? :-o

I think that olives are good for health, for sure much better than this. But I hope you still can enjoy the Olives.

Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on July 4, 2011

Well, you're right! That's too much for one person. But it's so delicious for me that I can't help eating it all! You have to try it to feel my feelings!

◄Pist@bácsi► on July 12, 2011

It's looks very delicious. (& very good photo.)


Hadi Natureboy (Saba… on July 12, 2011

Yes, dear ◄B@jszi►

It's very delicious!

You have to try it in an iranian restaurant.

Thanks for your attention.

Sign up to comment. Sign in if you already did it.

Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 10, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Hadi Natureboy (Saba…
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A540
    • Taken on 2009/07/11 12:31:05
    • Exposure: 0.040s (1/25)
    • Focal Length: 5.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.600
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash