Ajîl-e Moshkel-goshâ

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Ajil-e Moshkel-gosha (Persian: آجیل مشکل‌گشا‎‎), literally problem-solving Ajil, is a mix of diverse dried nuts and fruits that is served during Nowruz in Iran. It is popularly believed that by making a wish and eating it, a problem will be resolved.[1]

References

  1. ^ Shafia, Louisa (April 16, 2013). The New Persian Kitchen. Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony. pp. 36–37. 
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