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Karela is very good for lowering blood glucose levels.

Tanaz Godiwalla’s Condiments Now Available in the USA on Amazon

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The wait is finally over as Parsi culinary legend, Tanaz Godiwalla, brings her line of condiments, “A Parsi Affair,” across the US through Amazon Prime. To experience the flavors of “A Parsi Affair,” head to Amazon Prime today, and get your hands on the Gajar Meva Nu Achaar and Gor Keri Meva Nu Achaar. These […]


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Tanaz Godiwalla

What is Parsi Cuisine

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PARSI CUISINE By Abhishek RajanShimla, Himachal Pradesh, India INTRODUCTIONThe parsi community originated from Persia now known as Iran. Zoroastrian Persians migrated to India after the fall of the Sassanian Empire and gave rise to the modern Indian Parsi community. According to the Qissa, Persian moved by sea to India and landed in Diu from Bushehr. […]

Udvada Bakers

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Baked with love! ParsiCuisine.com Books available on Amazon Manna of the 21st Century: Parsi Cuisine Paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1090868391 Hardcover https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0962FML7W Indian Parsi Kitchen https://www.amazon.com/dp/1535410132 Celebrations: Celebrating Zoroastrian Festivals and Traditions https://www.amazon.com/dp/152381845X Dhansak: Parsi Cuisine https://amzn.to/4d92fuv

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 […]

Audh – forgotten but now remembered

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Parsi Audh – forgotten but now remembered.

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 […]

Akuri scrambled eggs and Parsi Omlette

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Baking Class with Chef Rita : Cupcakes & Cake
WHEN Sunday, December 20, 2020, 11:00 – 12:30pm EST
LOCATION Rita’s Kitchen

Follow along with Chef Rita of ParsiCuisine.com as she shows us how to bake delicious cake and cupcakes for the holiday table! Make a sweet treat for a holiday meal, or as a gift. Or, eat it yourself! We’ll join Chef Rita over Zoom as she shows us all how to mix up the batter and bake the cakes. All are welcome to this baking program! Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom information

HM Queen Elizabeth II

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Rainbows Appear at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace After Queen Elizabeth’s Death

Parsi Cuisine and Ashdeen Lilaowala meet in a cup

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Wow Parsi Cuisine and Ashdeen Lilaowala meet in a cup! Fudna ni Choy Recipe and Video Chai is the common equalizer in India – from the rich to the poor. No matter what their position in life, an Indian relishes a cup of tea. The rich ones have their tea served in fancy tea-pots, delicate porcelain cups on well […]

Fun Time

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Some FUN reading: 😍😍 BusyBee (our very own Behram Contractor) on Parsis A few Words about Parsis, most lovable & peace-loving people: The first Parsis I knew were statues. There were scores of them, all over Bombay (now Mumbai), most of them wearing glasses: Dadabhoy Naoroji, Pherozeshah Mehta, Jamshedji Tata, Cowasjee Jehangir, Bomanji Petit, the […]