Parsi Recipes: Parsi cuisine is an eclectic mix of hot and sweet, nice and spice. With Navroz just around the corner, let's know everything about Parsi food that will make you want to feast on ...
Parsi cuisine is known for its non-vegetarian dishes. So here are a few Parsi dishes that just happen to be vegetarian.
Dhansak is a dish made with meat cooked in a lentils and vegetables. In contrast to the simple and mellowed down Iranian recipes, Dhansak has a liberal usage of variety Indian herbs and spices.
Mawa cake recipe: An 'Indianised' version of moist cake, the primary ingredient in this dessert is mawa or khoya.
Parsi cuisine perfectly braids together Iranian, Gujarati, British, even Portuguese and Goan influences. Here is a list of Parsi restaurants across Mumbai.
Navroz 2022: Navroz is a combination of two words - 'Nav' means new and 'Roz' means day. Friends and family gather and mark the day with love, warmth and of course, food.
Mutton Cutlet Recipe: Keeping the diversity in mind, we bring you three simple mutton-based snacks recipes from different parts of India that will please your palate and melt your heart with their rich flavours and ...
Chicken farcha is a Parsi deep-fried chicken appetiser which has a separate fan base, for its mlange of very desi flavours, coupled with juicy, boneless chicken thighs. Learn how to make this crispy snack at ...
A simple chicken curry with potato shreds, Sali marghi is a Parsi dish that never disappoints.
Keema Samosa: Traditionally called Patti samosa, this dish has its roots in a Parsi kitchen. However, today the popularity of keema samosa breaks the barriers and goes beyond region.