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Behind the Scenes: Making Persian-Style Matzo Balls at Balaboosta

New York Max Falkowitz Post a comment

We visited Balaboosta's Einat Admony to learn how to make gondi, a Persian chicken and chickpea dumpling, which she'll be serving at a special Passover Seder. The dish is an unforgettably delicious and totally comforting alternative to Ashkenazi matzo ball soup. More

Einat Admony's Chicken Soup With Gondi (Iranian Chicken and Chickpea Dumplings)

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz 5 comments

[Photograph: Maggie Hoffman] Note: Serve these as an alternative to matzo balls for your Passover Seder. At Balaboosta, Einat plans to cook the gondi in one broth, but serve them in a fresh batch, so the finished broth isn't cloudy.... More

The Vegetarian Option: Persepolis

New York Laura Togut 6 comments

I was excited to find that out in the East 70s is a small hotspot of Persian cuisine. A little calculated digging led me to Persepolis, one of the most popular of the Persian restaurants in the area, which also offers a decent vegetarian selection. Persian cuisine may not be that easy to come by, but as a huge fan of Middle Eastern food I had a very good feeling about it. More

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