Parsi Recipes: Parsi cuisine is an eclectic mix of sweet and spicy. With Navroz just around the corner, let's know everything about Parsi food that will make you want to feast on the festival. Here ...
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.
Navroz 2023 is being celebrated on 16th August. Here are some delicious recipes that you must try on this day!
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.
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 known for its non-vegetarian dishes. So here are a few Parsi dishes that just happen to be vegetarian.
Mawa cake recipe: An 'Indianised' version of moist cake, the primary ingredient in this dessert is mawa or khoya.
If you are curious about Parsi food, then you must try out these five non-vegetarian recipes.
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.