Khana Khazana Fundraiser for the Children of Syria
Khana Khazana is providing an opportunity for the Iranian Community at Michigan Tech to raise funds to support the children of Syria. This opportunity is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday in the MUB food court. Cost is $7.25 per plate including a fountain drink.
The menu includes:
- Chicken Cutlet, or “KuKu-ye Morq” in Farsi, is a delicious dish from northern Iran. It is a mix of shredded chicken breast, eggs and onions. A special red sauce adds a very pleasant juicy taste to it.
- Potato Kuku is an egg-based Persian vegetarian dish flavored with shredded potatoes, onion, garlic and chives.
- Aush Reshteh is a delicious hearty soup in Iran made of fresh vegetables, rice noodles, beans and kashk.
- Halva is a delicious sweet desert made up of rice flour, sugar, rosewater, saffron and almond.