Registration for Online Class on Parsi Desserts


Peri’s Spice Ladle & Rita’s Parsi Cuisine ~ Joint Virtual Cooking Class


Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Time: 2 – 3.30 PM. ET / 11 am – 12.30 PM. PT

Dear Friends,

Double the Fun!

Perinaz Avari of and Rita Kapadia of are joining forces to bring you a Virtual Cooking Class on October 21, 2020.

We invite you to have some fun and learn how to make the traditional Parsi Sev (real fluffy) with dry fruits and mithu dahi. Sweet Ravo (Semolina Pudding) with dry fruits. Opulent and Divine Custard (Lagan nu Custard), served at parsi weddings as a final finale to a feast! A fusion of Western and Eastern cuisine, the Sev and Ravo are very easy to make and we use readily available ingredients in North America.

Parsi Sev, Custard and Ravo are auspicious dishes to make on Birthdays, New Year and Celebrations!

Ravo (Semolina Pudding) is also a favorite Breakfast and / or Dessert.

This will be a live demonstration and we will make all three dishes from start to finish. You can Cook Along if you wish. The list of ingredients and zoom link will be sent to you after registration


Parsi Ravo
Parsi Ravo (Sweet Semolina Pudding)

Parsi Custard
Parsi Lagan nu Custard (Rich Custard)

Parsi Sev

Parsi Sev (Sweet Vermicelli) with dry fruits

Questions? Please Email

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Thanks and be Safe and Healthy,

Perinaz & Rita

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Books available on Amazon Manna of the 21st Century: Parsi Cuisine Paperback Hardcover Indian Parsi Kitchen Celebrations: Celebrating Zoroastrian Festivals and Traditions Dhansak: Parsi Cuisine

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