This 1-2-3 recipe for Parsi style Masoor is a sure fire hit in the kitchen and on the dining table.
#BawiMummy shares her mother’s recipe for her favourite dish – the humble Sali par Eedu
While we Parsis love our Patra ni Machchi and Saas ni Machchi, no one talks about our Tareli Machchi. Coated in two spices and fried in 5 minutes, a side of Tareli Machchi can make any jazz up just about any dish it is served with.
We Parsis are a fan of anything-per-eedu. Here is my mom’s friend, Tanaz’s rendition of the Tomato per Eedu – a hot favourite with the entire family!
My childhood friend Kashmira is a fellow Bawi Bride based in Chennai whose husband loves different kinds of Cutlets. Here’s her recipe for Easy Peasy Cheesy Cutlets that won’t take longer than 30 minutes to make.
A totally versatile dish, Bawa style kheema is easy to make and to eat. It can be had with bread for breakfast, with rice for lunch or in pattice as snacks.
Deliciously rich this cashew based chicken dish is an original from my mother-in-law aka #BawiSasu and is perfect with some garlic bread for a Sunday dinner.
Celebrate the true flavours of mutton with this quintessentially Parsi dish – Sali Boti. Made with slow cooked mutton this dish will leave you wanting more.
Crispy yet crunchy, this Parsi rendition on Mumbai’s cheap yet delicious Bombay Ducks is a treat for the eyes and for the family. Fry some today!
Coconut is one of my favourite ingredients and the green coconut chutney is a Bawa staple used as an accompaniment with several dishes including Dhandar.
Parsi Brown Rice is actually caramelised white rice and goes perfect with Dhansak. Here’s how to make it in 3 easy steps.
Cooking dhansak is the gospel of Parsi cooking. Now you can make dhansak at your home in eight easy steps – it doesn’t get any easier!
Lagan nu Custard is an iconic dish for the Parsis and is a great dessert treat. Rich, yummy and economical, this custard recipe by Katy Dalal is a must try.
The red coconut and prawn curry cooked in Parsi homes is a treat for your tummy. Different from the other indian or thai curry’s, this one’s a must try!
A traditional dish served in the afternoons in the wedding household, the Lagan no Patio is something that every Bawi Bride must perfect for her family.
Dhandar is a staple for Parsis in the same way that yellow dal is for most Indians. Easy to make, this dal is a favourite in all seasons and for all reasons.
Every Sunday for breakfast, my Grandpa made kebabs. I have travelled the world but his kebab recipe is by far the best Parsi version of kebabs I have tried.
I love rice, especially Basmati. However, rice by be quite hard to cook to perfection. So here’s a recipe for some Fluffy Steamed Rice you can try at home.