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Pastry filled with Sweet Lentils and Dry fruits,

Kalaghoda Malido Cafe

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Kalaghoda Malido Cafe

Swiss Potato Rosti made with Parsi Potato Sali

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Swiss Potato Rosti made with Parsi Potato Sali. This dish was inspired by the Swiss Potato Rosti served in Zurich, Switzerland. Also known a Parsi Sali per eeda Ingredients 2 Eggs 1/2 cup Parsi Potato Sali 1 tbsp unsalted Butter 3 tsp water Method Heat butter in non-stick pan Add Parsi Potato Sali  and stir […]

Scrambled Eggs extra rich

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Scrambled eggs are a pretty basic dish. If you can crack an egg and can turn a burner on, you’ve got the skills necessary to make any scrambled egg dish you choose. But, similar to other “basic” breakfast staples, such as toast and cereal, just because scrambled eggs are easy to make doesn’t mean they […]

Indian Cooking Class: Dhansak

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Indian Cooking Class Recipes used in the Indian Cooking Class Vegetarian Dhansak Brown Rice Kachumbar by Rita Jamshed Kapadia This Dhansak is vegetarian and has no meat. It is modified to be suitable for western taste. The Spicy Dhansak recipes and photos are in my Cookbook available on Amazon Vegetarian Dhansak Dal (Lentil) Recipe Serves 6 […]

Lemon Shortbread Cookies

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Valentine’s Day Heart Shortbreads Ingredients 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 tbsp fresh lemon zest 2 cups / 4 sticks very soft butter (leave outside overnight) 4 cups self-rising flour 1 cup Sugar Cookie Cutters Method Whip Lemon juice, zest, sugar and butter till creamy Add flour and make dough. Wrap dough in 2 cylindrical […]

Valentine’s Day Treat Class

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A Valentines Day Treat in our Parsi Cuisine Clases.

Learn Lagan nu Custard – a delectable wedding custard, enjoyed in Parsi Homes. Original authentic which you can make for your Valentine!

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RTI 2023

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Bharuchi Mutton, a slow-cooked stew made with cashew, milk and dry fruit. Bhonu to pick: An RTI effort is reviving lost Parsi recipes. Source : parsikhabar.net ♥https://parsikhabar.net/uncategorized/bhonu-to-pick-an-rti-effort-is-reviving-lost-parsi-recipes/27052/  Note: we are linking many of our www.parsicuisine.com recipes here in red. Enjoy!  At Mumbai’s Sir Ratan Tata Institute, dishes from the distant past are being archived and […]

Epiphany Day – January 6

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Question: When should you take down Christmas tree? The Traditional Answer: Traditionally, Catholics do not take down their Christmas trees and holiday decorations until January 7, the day after Epiphany. Time to put away the Christmas tree till next year. Epiphany is celebrated 12 days after Christmas on 6th January (or January 19th for some Orthodox Church who have […]

Audh – forgotten but now remembered

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Parsi Audh – forgotten but now remembered.

Shab-e Yalda: When Light Shines and Goodness Prevails

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Yalda on December 21 is celebrated in many parts of the world. Eating watermelon in the winter is believed to keep you healthy in the new year. Watermelon seeds are one of the items in the health food – parsi vasanu and the gujarati word is “char jat nu magaj”. Pumpkin and Watermelon seeds keep […]

Salli Boti

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Red hot mutton cooked to perfection amid sizzling hot spices, crowned with beautiful golden potato shreds. (Salli) by Rita Jamshed Kapadia Ingredients 4-5 Tbsp of oil 1 bowl of chopped onions 2 Tbsp ginger garlic paste 300 gm of boneless mutton or chicken 1 tsp red chilli powder 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder 1 1/2 […]

The 3 Kings and Magi and the Zoroastrian Link

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The Magi are popularly referred to as wise men and kings. The word magi is the plural of Latin magus, borrowed from Greek μάγος magos,[10] as used in the original Greek text of the Gospel of Matthew (“μάγοι”). Greek magos itself is derived from Old Persian maguŝ from the Avestan magâunô, i.e., the religious caste […]

Christmas Plum Cake

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Rita’s Christmas Cake

The Forgotten Christmas Pudding

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Nothing makes a better end to a Christmas dinner than a rich, dense Christmas pudding. Home chef Rhea Mitra Dalal is keeping the steam and spirit alive. The days are getting cooler and it will be winter soon. We found a nice article on the forgotten Christmas pudding. On Belvedere Road in Mazagaon, we look […]