Sali boti is a Parsi mutton curry with prominent flavours of tomatoes, onions, jaggery and vinegar. It is finished with fried potato sticks.
A traditional Parsi dessert made with semolina, cream, milk and rose water.
Aditya Bal whips up his version of the Parsi mutton cutlets. They are succulent and delicious.
A Parsi style lamb mince, served with sali or aloo lachchas (grated deep fried potatoes).
As the name suggests, this one is a traditional Parsi dish, popularly known as 'Akuri'. Scrambled eggs with mild spices eaten with bread, buns or rotis.
Dhansak masala might seem tedious at first glance but is totally worth the effort! It's a popular dish of the Parsi Zoroastrian community and combines elements of Persian and Gujarati cuisine.
Prawns and potatoes form the body of this spicy Parsi dish.
'Lagan-Nu-Custard' is a Parsi dessert prepared during weddings. The name itself means 'wedding custard'. Made with simple everyday ingredients like milk, eggs, butter and nuts.
Creamy mutton dhansak prepared using rich aromatic masalas and spices. A recipe from the Parsi cuisine.
Patrani machi is a Parsi steamed fish preparation. Fish coated in a coconut chutney mixture, wrapped in banana leaf and steamed.
The festival of Navroz or the Parsi New Year is celebrated twice every year. According to the Shehenshai calendar, Parsis will be celebrating the Jamshedi Navroz 2017 today.
Parsi cuisine is an eclectic mix of hot and sweet, nice and spice. Here are our 10 best Parsi recipes for you to try
Parsi cuisine is known for its non-vegetarian dishes. So here are a few Parsi dishes that just happen to be vegetarian.
It is the sort of cake you would order with a cup of hot tea, after a long, miserable day that has dulled your spirit. This one is a star of the Parsi New Year ...
Dhansak, a dish consisting of mutton (goat meat) cooked with a mixture of dals and served with caramelised brown rice.
Parsi cuisine perfectly braids together Iranian, Gujarati, British, even Portuguese and Goan influences. Here is a list of Parsi restaurants across Mumbai.
Here are 5 lip smacking recipes to make your eggs the Parsi way. Reams have been written on the Parsi penchant for eggs. Here are five smashing recipes to making this breakfast favourite.
Ring in the Parsi New Year with these delectable traditional treats straight from a Parsi home.
It's no secret that Parsis are fond of their food; no Parsi can resist a tasty morsel no matter where it comes from.
Parsis all over the country will be celebrating Jamshedi Navroz (Parsi New Year) on 17th August 2017.