MANGO MURABBA (Parsi Murambo)

Ingredients 1 kg semi-ripe mangoes (any variety, but for best results and taste, either alphonso, or, even better still, the `bottle’ mango, `batli keri’. Best to use are small green, totally unripe mangoes. But then add more jaggery, according to taste.) 200 gms jaggery (more, if mangoes very raw and sour. Can use sugar to […]

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Rita’s Secret Cashew Lamb Curry revealed!

Rita’s Secret “Kaju Mutton ” Cashew Lamb Curry revealed ! Lamb can be substituted with Mutton. Kaju is a Indian word for Cashew. (Cashews can be substituted with Almonds) Ingredients 4 lbs boneless Lamb Marinate lamb 10 tsp. Ginger Garlic paste 1 tsp turmeric powder 3 tsp salt Fry in hot oil 2 medium onions grated […]

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Wedding Pickle, Lagan nu Achar made in the USA

Lagan nu Achaar is a Pickle made from fresh carrots, ginger, garlic, raisins, apricots, figs, spices, sugar, jaggery and balsamic vinegar. Sweet and Savory this pickle is a great condiment on the table. I just made a batch. It takes 3 days of preparation and 2 days to make! Not easy but very tasty to relish […]

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Traditional Parsi Akuri made the old fashioned way and with the old fashioned taste!

Traditional Parsi Akuri made the old fashioned way and with the old fashioned taste! My daughter Roshni says: After years of observing and searching and finally finding the right vessel in Ahmedabad, I have finally achieved Parsi akuri just like my grandmother’s! (yes, the pot/pan makes a difference). Akuri is basically scrambled eggs. The way […]

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Almond Fish or Badam ni Boi or Marzipan

  This fish shaped dessert is very popular among the Indian Parsi community. It is molded in the shape of a fish because the fish is a symbol for fertility and good luck. It can be sliced and eaten as dessert. Recipe is included in the cookbook “Treasured Grandmother’s Recipes”. Click on the Cookbook below […]

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Pink Color Ravo

New: Use food color to enhance. Be creative. This Mother’s day make your mom a traditional dish with a new color. It is very easy  and tastes the same 🙂 A chef’s creativity lies in their ability to create a new dish, a new twist and a new flair. Chef’s learn to appeal to the […]

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An ancient and original treat – Gor Papri

Kudos to Villy Divecha‎ who made it recently! Recipe by Shirin Byramji  Gor Papri was made by parsi grandmothers who had a sweet tooth. It is a good treat for nursing mothers to have while breast feeding their baby since ginger powder encourages milk production in the mother and the sugar gives energy. It is a forgotten […]

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Creamy Coconut Chutney

How to make the famous Parsi Fish with Green Chutney, Patra ni Machhi Videos

A very popular recipe of the Parsi Cuisine. Pomfret Patra ni Machhi Patra ni Maachi Chutney & Salmon with a new twist!  

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Papeta par Eeda

Papeta par eeda aka Potatoes and Eggs is a easy dish to make anytime. Have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, it is fully satisfying and yummy. A Egg Fritata is similar and made in a pan just like this parsi favorite. Enjoy with fresh Rotli or toasted bread. Kheemo, Chicken Liver / Kaleji / […]

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Traditional Parsi Dishes explained

ALL RECIPES  EGGS Akuri (Scrambled Eggs with spices) Omelette (Poro) is a wonderful breakfast dish, spicy and goes well with jam and toast.  Spanish Omelette Persian Omelette  – Kokoo Sabzi Ravo is a sweet semolina breakfast. (made on auspicious occasions) Bharuchi Akuri (Scrambled Eggs with raisins and nuts) Egg Vindaloo Tabota par Eeda (Tomato Eggs) BREADS Puri Rotli Ghee Gor ni […]

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Understanding Parsi Food & Customs in the light of Zoroastrian religion

by Ervad Dr. Ramiyar Karanjia Many a Parsi customs, because they are not properly understood or traced to Avestan times or scriptures, are believed to be of Hindu origin. This is not entirely correct as we will shortly see. Only perhaps 20% of the customs are of later origin. Some have undergone minor changes on […]

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Fish wrapped in Banana Leaf with delicious Chutney: Parsi Patra ni Maachi

While vacationing in Dahanu a couple of years back, and driving back to Gujarat from the Maharashtra state. I saw fisher women selling promfrets, pronounced locally as pamplets on the roadside. Dahanu is a coastal town and a municipal council in Palghar district in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is located 110 km from Mumbai […]

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