Mawa Kulfi / Ice Cream

Mawa Kulfi / Ice Cream

Mawa Kulfi / Ice Cream 2 litres full fat milk1 tin condensed milk1 cup sugar (as required- Sweetness)1/2 kg Mawa (khoya)1 cup finely chopped pistachio1/2 cup finely chopped almondsKesarElichi powderJaifal powder Method Boil the milk and add in sugar , kesar and nuts then reduce a little on slow flame and stirring it in short […]

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Scrambled Eggs with wild garlic

Scrambled Eggs with wild garlic

Wild Garlic is a favorite of mine. In India it is actually cultivated for consumption. It has the same health benefits that garlic has. Called as Garlic Chives (Garlic Organic) “Leelu Lasan” in India. Field Garlic Crow Garlic, or Onion Grass. Allium Vineale Popular nurseries sell these The flat, tender leaves have a flavor midway […]

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Boondi Laddo

Boondi Laddo

Boondi Ladoo/Motichoor Congratulations Erik Treasuryvala you are the winner of the 2019 Friday Fiesta Contest. I chose this boondi laddo because if you take the mixture and re-shape into Cones, we now have Agarni Laddo! Boondi Laddu is a delicious Indian sweet to celebrate various special occasions and for festivals. These home made laddus are […]

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CUISINART

CUISINART

I am honored to be a Judge for CUISINART 2019 this coming week. CUISINART 2019 is another novel concept event from Calcutta Club USA, building on the exciting foundation of CUISINART for the past three years, the live Indian culinary contest. Fusing food, music and art, Cuisinart (on Sun, April 28 2019, Maynard Elks Lodge) […]

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Easter Honey Cake

Easter Honey Cake

Honey Cake Ingredients1 1/2 cup Plain flour 1/2 cup Butter 1/4th cup Oil 3/4 cup Sugar powder 1 1/2 tsp Baking powder 1/4 tsp Salt 1/4 cup Milk 1 1/2 tb sp. Vanilla essence 3 Eggs For Honey syrup 1/4 cup of water 4tb sp.of honey 2 tsp. of rose water Mix together to make […]

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Celebrated Parsi chef Anahita N Dhondy is today the toast of Asia

Celebrated Parsi chef Anahita N Dhondy is today the toast of Asia

Chef Anahita N Dhondy was selected in the ‘Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2019’ list for her contribution towards food sustainability and for popularising the Parsi cuisine. Chef Anahita N Dhondy was at a vegetable market in Hyderabad picking up fresh veggies for her restaurant when the news reached her. She was selected in the […]

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Here comes the gourmet granny

Here comes the gourmet granny

‘Granny Sathe Jamwanu’ is a Parsi feast not to be missed. Recipes are linked complements of this ParsiCuisine.com site. Of the five ladies, 93-year-old Perin B Dittia is the eldest. She is dressed in a blue sari, her pearl necklace has blue stones to match her sari and a white-dotted blue hair-band keeps her silky […]

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Polson Butter

Polson Butter

All those Biharis in a position to remember the smells and flavours of their breakfasts from the 1950s-60s, may jump at the mention of Polson butter. It may please them to know of a very intimate connection between Pestonji Edulji Dalal, the founder of Polson butter and Patna. The library at the National Dairy Development […]

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2019 Friday Fiesta Contest Rules

2019 Friday Fiesta Contest Rules

Indian Parsi Cuisine Facebook Group. One of the oldest!!! Known as the old PC (Parsi Cuisine) Group. PC Group “Friday Fiesta” Recipe Contest. #PCFridayFiesta🍎🌶🍲🥠🧁🍾🍹Ready get set go 👩‍🍳👨‍🍳   👨‍🍳THE CONTEST PRIZE WINNER IS PUBLISHED ON WEBSITE ! 👑   RULES: 1. Post your favorite holiday recipe on PC. Only entries with recipes accompanied by […]

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Fried Puri, Roti, Rotli

Fried Puri, Roti, Rotli

Puri is an indian fried flour bread. Eaten by itself it is delicious and satisfying. Any vegetable or meat dish goes well with these puris. If you do NOT fry the puri and just roast it on a non-stick pan or the Indian tava (Non-Stick Chapati Tawa/Roti Tawa/Paratha Tawa, Aluminium 2.6 MM with Free Wooden […]

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The Parsi Trail: Top 7 Parsi Restaurants In Mumbai

The Parsi Trail: Top 7 Parsi Restaurants In Mumbai

Article credit: Meher Mirza of NDTV   The Parsis take their food very seriously. No wonder, since Parsi cuisine perfectly braids together Iranian, Gujarati, British, even Portuguese and Goan influences. Think dhansak with its roots in the gently-spiced meat and rice dishes of Iran, layered with Gujarati spices and dal. Or imagine saas ni macchi, transforming an insipid béchamel […]

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Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea

Ginger raises new hope in fight against ovarian cancer Polly CurtisThe Guardian, Tuesday 18 April 2006 Common ginger may be the next weapon in the battle against ovarian cancer, scientists have suggested. Laboratory studies have shown that powdered root ginger could be as effective as chemotherapy for treating ovarian cancer. When research-grade ginger – which […]

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Recipe Contest Winner:  Sali Boti by Shikha Sepai‎

Recipe Contest Winner: Sali Boti by Shikha Sepai‎

Sali Boti.  Yet another traditional Parsi Dish. Slow cooked mutton in gravy topped with crispy potato straws (sali). Best enjoyed with fresh homemade chappatis !! Congratulations to our member Shikha Sepai FOR MARINATION1 kg mutton 1 tablespoon ginger-garlic paste1 tablespoon green chilli, garlic and jeera paste1/2 cup yogurt   FOR COOKING4 tablespoons oil3 large onions chopped […]

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sutarfeni

Easy Suterfeni

3 cups Kataifi – I used Apollo Brand Kataifi 2 tbsp Ghee/ clarified butter 1/2 cup Sugar 1/4 cup Water 1 tsp Cardamom powder 1/2 tsp Saffron Garnish of Almonds, Pistachios, Cashewnut Method Defrost the kataifi according to package instructions. I used Apollo brand and mine came with the instruction to keep it outside for […]

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Wedding Pickle, Lagan nu Achar

Wedding Pickle, Lagan nu Achar

Wedding Pickle Lagan nu Achaar is a Pickle made from fresh carrots, ginger, garlic, raisins, apricots, spices, sugar, jaggery and balsamic vinegar. Sweet and Savory this pickle is a great condiment on the table. Back with popular demand – I just made a batch. Click here to order. Order Lagan Nu Achaar today $7 for […]

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