October 16, 2018

Recipes for the best fluffy Sev, Dudh ni Sev, Malido, Bhakhra, Nankhatai, Parsi Popatji / Popatjee, Chapat, Batasa, Surti Sweet Batasa, Sandhra, Mava ni Boi, Dar ni Pori, Parsi Wine Biscuit with Currants, Ravo, Doodh na Puff, Khajoor Ghari / Date Turnovers, Lagan nu Custard, Parsi Mitthu Dahi, Falooda, Rose Sherbet, Nishato, Ice Cream made the Old Fashioned Way, Badam Pak (Almond Halva), Kumas, Kopra Paak, Parsi Chokha ni Kheer, Sutarfeni, Varadhvara, Marzipan, Doodhi ni Barfi and other parsi favorites. Sweet and Savory Desserts, Breakfast and Snack recipes are featured in this volume. Indian Parsi Customs, Traditions and historical background is given wherever appropriate. Review: Just bought this little E-book a few days ago, when I saw it recommended on a friend’s blog. It brought back nostalgic memories of my childhood in Pune, where my Mom and aunt used to whip up all these wholesome delicacies as the occasion demanded it – be it Sev or Ravo to kickstart someone’s birthday, the Mitthu Dahi (Sweet Curd) during Weddings and Navjotes, the tempting tea-time snacks of Dar ni pori and Bhakras when we returned home hungry from school – they are all here in this little gem of a book and can’t wait to try them all out, one by one. Thank you, Rita, for this wonderful collection of typically Parsee recipes, all gathered in one little book and explained simply and clearly. A great addition to my Kindle collection. .


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