Andy Makes Khoresh Gheymeh (Persian Stew) | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Friday, October 19, 2018
  • Join Andy in the Test Kitchen as he makes Khoresh Gheymeh, a traditional Persian stew topped with strips of fried potato.

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  • arashmusic siri
    arashmusic siri  5 days ago

    this is so wrong in many ways! not a good way to cook gheymeh

  • Speaker
    Speaker  14 days ago

    It's not only a persian dish, Iranians of diff ethnicities also make this

  • Dr Who?
    Dr Who?  21 days ago

    Looks lovely but he used no salt whatsoever. It drives me crazy with these chefs.

  • Dr Who?
    Dr Who?  21 days ago

    Funny I was always warned never to salt the water when boiling pulses as it hardens the outer shell. You add the salt after the peas are cooked.

  • Mark Saldeba
    Mark Saldeba  21 days ago

    More vegan please.

  • John Bodoni
    John Bodoni  21 days ago

    Why is this video so great?
    1. Andy is so earnest and likeable. He really, really wants the viewer to 'get it'. Such a good fella.
    2. Ethnic food for the ever-lovin' win. Hurrah for Priya and Rick too.
    3. Good heavens that stew made my mouth water.
    4. OMG those POTATO CRISPS!

  • Ava Z
    Ava Z  21 days ago

    Andy doostet darim!!! Loved this video and recipe. Thank you!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • MAGPIE
    MAGPIE  21 days ago

    Wow, with that flourish of potatoes on top, who could resist.

  • derik Bellanger
    derik Bellanger  21 days ago

    You look reaaaally hot in this video Andy love ya

  • Rod Ham
    Rod Ham  a months ago

    I loved Andy's essay and this sounds so delicious, really need to find the ingredients!!

  • Safa Samimi
    Safa Samimi  a months ago

    hey hey, make more persian food

  • laneofmagic
    laneofmagic  a months ago

    I had this same exact dish but with mutton rather than beef, at a friend's house once. Good god, it was one of the best things I've ever consumed. Had no idea that it's actually a Persian dish.

  • Chloe Hartounian
    Chloe Hartounian  a months ago +1

    Biting into a limoo amani is one of the worst tastes ever

  • Madame Curieux Chercheur

    Just made this. Used about half a lime plus a sprinkle of Tajin. Seems a bit TOO TART but of course I don't know what it's SUPPOSED to taste like. Any ideas how to cut the tartness?

  • Jory Mayer
    Jory Mayer  a months ago

    He burned the onion.

  • Elizabeth Munson
    Elizabeth Munson  a months ago

    I have got to try this!

  • Claudia Roya
    Claudia Roya  a months ago

    more persian food please!! salad olivieh and asheh reshteh

  • Hanif Leylabi
    Hanif Leylabi  a months ago

    Do Americans say channa dal instead of split peas?

  • tusheer datt
    tusheer datt  a months ago

    I'm not a homosexual...but id do anything for andy

  • Kyleigh McCarthy
    Kyleigh McCarthy  2 months ago

    The salad spinner trick is genius