A twist on the original sweet Parsi Chapat (the poorer cousin of the French crepe), this Chapat comes stuffed with tender chicken and cheese and makes for the perfect indulgent Sunday breakfast.
Tasty and healthy, these yogurt eggs made by tweaking an age-old Turkish recipe are the perfect start to your day.
Imagine a stack made with wafers, mutton bukka, tomatoes, cheese and fried egg. Now go make this in your kitchen for breakfast and enjoy the carb fiesta!
Parsis have mastered the art of adding an egg to just about anything and we have not even spared the king of summer fruits, the royal mango. Made with semi ripe mangoes, the Mango per Eedu is a delicious way to eat your eggs!
A simple egg dish made with seasonal tender green garlic shoots that transform the usual scrambled egg into a flavour packed breakfast.
Parsis love eating offal and chicken liver is a hot favourite. Here’s a story about Khari Kaleji, a mixed marriage and three ways of serving this Parsi breakfast classic.
Parsis have a deep love for their eedu and they have even managed to create a “Pak’’ of the same. With the revered egg being healthy once again, isn’t it perhaps the perfect time to revive the once loved Eeda Pak?
How can you make Oats not boring? By making Oats Bhurji of course! Here’s my entry for the Quakers’ Bring Your Tastiest Bowl of Oats Challenge – you should enter too.
Bharuch may be a sleepy old town in Gujarat but this creamy Akoori filled with dry-fruits will certainly wake you up. A lost Parsi favourite that is a must try!
Dark in colour, gritty in texture, the Vasanu is a Parsi winter delight that you will fall in love with not at first sight, but with your first bite!
A classic ‘per eedu’ dish, this Kheema per Eedu is a healthy version that’s perfect for anytime of the day.
Chef Manager at Parsi SodaBottleOpenerWala, Anahita Dhondy shares her signature recipe for the Bharuchi Akuri made with paneer instead of eggs!
Made with boiled eggs and oozing with cheese, these cutlets – whose recipe has been shared by my friend’s grandmom – are my most favourite kind yet!
#BawiMummy shares her mother’s recipe for her favourite dish – the humble Sali par Eedu
Dar ni Pori – a traditional Parsi tea-time pastry stuffed with sweet lentils – is a popular Parsi snack. Now, make it yourself using this 30 yr old recipe.
From birthdays to Jashans to weddings, the humble Sev holds pride of place at all Parsi occasions. Made from roasted vermicelli and topped with fried dry-fruits, Parsi Sev can be had for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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.
Every Parsi on this planet will have tasted Ravo. Made from semolina, this Parsi style kheer is not only delicious but also synonymous with happy occasions.
A Parsi breakfast to rival the Engligh Sunday sausage fry-up, Akoori, Sausage and Brun Pav is a sunday brunch staple at Parsi households worth trying.
The Chapat is a popular Parsi sweet treat for 3pm. Great for adults and kids, it is a Parsi version of the traditional pancake. Try out this recipe now.
Italians love Focaccia. But so does this Bawi Bride. Check out this Parsi edition of Focaccia, enhanced with Seekh Kebabs.
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.
If you are someone that can’t stand eggs or cereal for breakfast, try this alternative made from leftover roti’s and milk. Totally wholesome and yum!