2 Cups (20 oz - 567g) Plain Yogurt 3 Cucumbers 1/4 Bunch Fresh: Tarragon Mint Basil Chives 1/2 Cup Walnuts 1/4 Cup Raisin Black Pepper, Salt, Dried Mint Rose Bud Ice Cubes Bread PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the cucumbers. 2- Mince the herb (leaves only). 3- Shred the walnuts. DIRECTIONS: 1- Combine diced cucumbers, minced herbs (tarragon, mint, basil, chives), shredded walnuts, and raisins in a large bowl. 2- Add black pepper powder and salt and stir until all the ingredients are well mixed. 3- Add plain yogurt and stir well. 4- Stir in 6 to 8 ice cubes to bowl and stir. 5- Add as much as water you would prefer and mix thoroughly. When Serve 6- Add bread (crackles) to the served bowl. 7- Garnish with dried mint and rose bud.
ABDOOGH KHIAR CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Abdoogh Khiar (Ab: water, Doogh: yogurt drink, Khiar: Cucumber) or cold Cucumber Yogurt Soup has been part of iranian culture from the ancient Persian era. It's very nutritious and it's high in vitamins and minerals. It is graded as Grade A meal. It contains most of the vitamins and minerals you body needs to function on daily bases. Ab doogh khiar can be a great dinner or lunch. It's usually prepared and served during the summer to cool down during the heat of the day and get the vitamins and minerals you need. Unfortunate back then, or quite useful these days, ab doogh khiar has way less calories than a soft drink but has enough nutrition values to be considered a full meal. 3.5oz (100g) of ab doogh khiar or cold cucumber yogurt soup has 69 calories (26 calories from fat). One serving has 2.9g total fat, 2mg cholesterol, 7.6g carbohydrates and about 3.5g protein. Ab doogh khiar contains very high amount of vitamin B6. It also contains Vitamin C and vitamin A. Ab doogh khiar is also very high in minerals. It's rich in calcium, iron and phosphorus.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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