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Indian-Spiced Tomato and Egg Casserole

Indian-Spiced Tomato and Egg Casserole This dish, inspired by a traditional recipe from the Parsis (a group of Zoroastrians from Persia who settled in India sometime between the 8th and 10th centuries), is possibly one of the most fragrant and vivid casseroles you’ll ever see. It starts with a highly spiced tomato sauce flavored with […]

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Game: Guess which Mithai is in the tray?

Mithai

Mithai / Sweets/ Sweetmeats.                                         Motichoor (Boondi) Ladoo, Bundi Ladoo, Besan Ladoo 2. Kesar Kaju Katli Bombay Masala Halve or Bombay Khjoor halwa. Kesar Panda or Mathura Pedha Sugar Batasha 6 & 7.  Ghanthia Mung Dal fried Rose […]

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Our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Media Sites

Hello Members, Just wanted to send you our newly designed handy media card. Please feel free to spread the word, add posts and pictures, like our page, share articles, talk about current events and news, and of course, meet new people! Facebook: Facebook.com/ParsiCuisine Twitter: Twitter.com/parsicuisine YouTube: YouTube.com/TheParsiCuisine Web: ParsiCuisine.com Thanks, The ParsiCuisine.com Team

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Jardalu ma Marghi (Chicken with Apricots) (Original recipe)

Chicken with Apricots / Jardalu ma Marghi * Jardalu ma marghi is one of those fruit-and-meat dishes that reach far back into ancient Parsi culinary history, long before the migration to India. The starring ingredient in this royal dish is a type of apricot that comes to us from central Asia. Its scientific name is […]

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Vengna nu Bhartu (Baingan Bhartu)

Vengna nu Bhartu (Baingan Bhartu) (Eggplant Bhartu) (from cookbook)

Ingredients: ¾ kg Baingan (also known as Vengnu or Eggplant) 2 leaves Kari patta 1 chopped onion Ginger/garlic paste 1 tbsp Haldi power ½ tsp 2 chopped green chillies Jeera powder ½ tsp Corriander powder ½ tsp 2 whole peeled tomatoes Salt to taste Coriander to garnish Method: Peel the Baingan and cut into  small […]

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