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Recipes from the Bawi Bride Kitchen

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Cook up some Parsi style Bheeda Papeto for a quick weeknight vegetarian dinner. The Parsi favourite Papeto adds great taste to ghaas-phoos Bheeda and makes it a dish worth eating.

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Khatu Mithu Gosht

A delectable mutton gravy that pays tribute to the Parsi love for ‘Khatu-Mithu’

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Bafela Eeda (Boiled Egg) Bhajiyas

My auntie tricked me into eating boiled eggs – something I detest – with these Bafela Eeda bhajiyas and I realised they were the best bhajiyas I’ve eaten in a long while. Perfect for the monsoons or when you’re craving an Eedu fix.

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Parsi Style Caramel Custard

A Parsi take on the classic Creme Caramel, the Good Parsi Wife shares her family’s recipe for the world renowned bawa Caramel Custard.

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Tatrelo Kolmi (Prawn) Patio

The ideal accompaniment to a steaming plate of Dhandar, the Tatrelo Kolmi (Prawn) Patio is sweet, sour and spicy all at once and is a hot Parsi favourite

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Choi Fudna (Mint-Lemongrass) Chicken Wings

Parsis love their ‘Choi-Fudna’ and they love their chicken so here’s a funky combo of Choi-Fudna Chicken Wings to jazz up a Saturday night TV dinner or to impress those guests.

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Anahita’s Bharuchi Paneer Akuri

Chef Manager at Parsi SodaBottleOpenerWala, Anahita Dhondy shares her signature recipe for the Bharuchi Akuri made with paneer instead of eggs!


1-2-3 Masoor

This 1-2-3 recipe for Parsi style Masoor is a sure fire hit in the kitchen and on the dining table.

Travel Tales from around the world

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Eight kms of eating in Purani Dilli

Follow my food trail in Purani Dilli which lasted over eight kms and took us to nine different food joints in Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazaar, Jama Masjid and Daryaganj

Musings by the Bawi Bride


Five things Bawaji taught me about life and business

My Bawaji was a simple man and his favourite phrase was ‘Walkeshwar na Pathra’. Here’s five lessons about life and business that I learnt from him as I honour his memory on the 2nd anniversary of Bawi Bride Kitchen


MegaKitchen Dreaming

A new post on how the first episode of #MegaKitchens on @NatGeo made me dream about the day when the #BawiBrideKitchen churns out food for 100,000 people!


Returning to One’s Roots

Not all Bawa’s need to move countries to return to their roots and experience all the history and culture that our faith has to offer. All they need to do is apply to the Zoroastrian Return to Roots program. Here’s why you should apply too.