|Place of origin||Iran|
Āsh (Persian: آش) is part of Iranian cuisine, similar to soup but thicker, which is usually served hot. Depending on the type of āsh, it could contain different types of grain, legumes (chick peas, black-eye beans, lentils), vegetables, herbs (parsley, spinach, dill, spring onion ends, coriander, dried mint), onions, oil, meat, garlic, reshteh (in Ash Reshteh) and spices, such as salt, pepper, turmeric, saffron, etc.
Depending on the ingredients, āsh can be considered a full meal. Āsh can be bought in local Persian stores.
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