Norouz Feast - Sabzi Polo Mahi - Fish and Herbed Rice

In-PersonMission, San Francisco


Banquet (20+ Guests)
Truly excited to celebrate the Persian New Year, Norouz and this traditional meal that is prepared as the first meal in every Iranian household that is full of earthy symbolism. Norouz is the first day of Spring. 7-sin, an array of items representing wishes for the coming year, all of which begin with the letter "S" in Farsi. Sabzeh, Samanu, Sekkeh, Senjed, Serkeh, Sib, Sir, Somaq and Sonbol. In this menu, I'd like to introduce you to a unique culinary gem from my beloved Iran. Noosh e joon. Norouz Mobarak. Seti

Menu detail

Maast o Sheved - Dill & Yogurt
Small Plate
Fresh dill with yogurt and garlic, garnished with rose petals.
Seer Torshi - Garlic Pickles
Small Plate
Garlic pickles aged with vinegar and balsamic.
Zeitoun Parvardeh
Absolute favorite snack from childhood, this dish is from North of Iran. Olive marinated with walnuts, pomegranate molasses, olive oil, garlic and spices.
Kuku Sabzi - Mixed Herb Frittata
A fresh herby flavor, this dish is Iran's answer to Frittata. Spinach, Parsley, Cilantro, Dill, Chives, Mint, Spring onions and garlic finely chopped, mixed with eggs, avocado oil, salt and pepper. This dish is oven baked.
Sabzi Polo Mahi - Fish & Herbed Rice
Traditionally this is the first dish that is served for Iranian New year. Fresh herbs and garlic cooked with white rice. Served with Fish and bitter orange. Fried Sea bass fillet marinated in saffron and bitter sour orange and olive oil.
Persian Tea with Orange Blossom
Black Persian tea brewed with Orange Blossom.
Toot e Badami - Seti's Signature Nowruz Pastry
Preparing this delicate pastry brings me back to childhood baking with my mom, preparing for Norouz. Homemade Almond pastry, with orange blossom, sugar and Pistachio. Each pastry are made with love.

Norouz Feast - Sabzi Polo Mahi - Fish and Herbed Rice

In-PersonMission, San Francisco
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