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Pajama Sweets: Pistachio Brittle

PAJAMA SWEETS LAUNCHES GOURMET PERSIAN TREATS They look as pretty as they taste. On the tins are ornate designs, both inside and out, reminding me of the most intricate Persian miniatures or the crystal ewers in the Keir Collection at the Dallas Museum of Art. They—and their contents—aren’t quite like anything we’ve had locally. Pajama […]

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Parsi Food Festival at Blu: Aauris hotel, Kolkata.

by Yazdi Tantra After 15 days of holidaying out abroad, coming back to my country was a welcome change. What was more welcoming however, was getting an invitation to become a part of a respective set of the blogging community and attend a kind of food festival Kolkata has craved to savor. The city of […]

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Persian Icecream: Does this remind you of Kulfi, Falooda ?

Meet the Man Who Introduced Persian Ice Cream to Los Angeles – Chef, Mashti Shirvani Many frozen dessert trends have come and gone—Froyo, Dippin’ Dots, liquid nitrogen-chilled ice cream, to name a few. However, Persian-style ice cream and sorbets are eternal. At least that’s what it seems like when you are sitting at one of […]

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Bring in the rain! Parsi Custom of bringing in rains by an community effort of collecting Rice, Dal and Ghee to make Khichri

I was in Gujarat last week and the record temperatures (once in 100 years) of 50 C (122 F) are scorching hot. People have been hospitalized due to the heat wave. There are no rains as yet. You may have heard of the American Red Indian Dance for Rains. Or the song in Gujarati song […]

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How to fry Levti (a very tiny freshwater fish found in Surat Gujarat India)

Ingredients 500 grams Levti 3 tsp Chilli Garlic Paste (see essential of parsi cooking) 1 tsp salt Lemon juice or wedges of lemons Oil for frying Non stick pan or Iron Tava Method Wash the levti fish in several washes of water till clean. Marinate Levti in Chilli Garlic Paste (see essential of parsi cooking) Keep […]

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