This complex, flavourful soup is a Persian New Year tradition. With beans, lots of herbs, pasta and yoghurt, it's a rich vegetarian meal in itself.
Save time by frying the onions while the soup is simmering.
I needed way more broth. I used about 12 cups and could have used closer to 16-20 to make it soupier. - 19 Jan 2019 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Well done We don't make reshte-ash for our new year in lran But in some family gathering - 17 Jan 2019 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This is a standard recipe for the most part, but it has one bastardized element that really ought not to go undeclared. Linguine is a sorry substitute for 'reshte,' the traditional noodles used in this dish. The reshte is featured in its name. Now, I really don't want to debate the practical purposes of using Italian pasta, fine if that's what you like, but it is never going to taste as perfect as with reshte. And in an ever increasingly cosmopolitan world, you owe it to yourself to eat the dish in its authentic, more aromatic and lighter original version with reshte. - 11 Sep 2018 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)