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    ته‌چین


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    Tah-Chin Type Place of origin Main ingredients

    Rice cake
    Iran
    Rice, Chicken Fillets, Yogurt, Saffron, Egg
    Cookbook:Tah-Chin  Tah-Chin

    Tah-Chin (Also: Tah chin, Tahchin) (Persian: ته چین‎) is an Iranian Rice cake that includes rice, yogurt, safferon, egg, and chicken fillets. It is also possible to use vegetables, fish, and meat instead of the chicken fillets. Tah-Chin is composed of two different parts. The thin Tahdig part which includes the chicken fillets, saffron and other ingredients in the bottom of the cooking pot and second part is the white rice. In restaurants, Tah-Chin is mostly being prepared and served without white rice part.

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