Happy Navroz

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Whichever word terminology is used Happy Navroze / Nawruz / Nooruz / Navroz is a celebration and a feast of parsi foods cooked to perfection. 

 

 India’s Parsi Breakfast usually consists of Sweet Ravo (Semolina)  – choc-a-bloc with dry fruits) which is served with yogurt and enjoyed by young and old alike.

Mouth watering Parsi dishes are Kid Gosht,  Sali boti (a mutton and potato preparation), chicken farchas, patrani machchi (fish steamed in a leaf), mutton pulao or Berry Pulao and Dhansak / Masala dal and saas ni machchi (a thick white gravy with pomfret) jostle for space on the table.

Desserts too are not behind in terms of variety, the most easy to make being Falooda. It is a sweet milk drink made from vermicelli and flavored with rose essence. Lagan-nu-custard is a favorite on this occasion.

If you are adventurous – go for making Rita’s famous Dar ni Pori (Sweet pastry with lentils) or Rita’s Malido.

Breakfast 

 Parsi Sev Sweet Vermicelli 

 Parsi Ravo (Sweet cream of wheat)

Akuri

Lunch

 Dhan Dal (Steamed Rice with plain dal) with Khari Fish

Fried Pomfret  (Tareli Maachi)

Dinner

Kid Gosht 

Dessert

 Lagan nu Custard

Snacks

Batasa – a favorite biscuit snack. Good with Tea or Coffee anytime! 

Bon Appetit


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