Tasty and healthy, these yogurt eggs made by tweaking an age-old Turkish recipe are the perfect start to your day.
A good ol’ Pars-Mex Quesadilla, this dish is a leftover makeover that is easy enough for week nights and tasty enough for even your pickiest eaters.
Parsis love eating their bacon and pork but not many cook with it. Here’s a simple recipe for making Pork Ribs at home, Parsi style.
The latest food craze to hit the world is the Buddha Bowl. But wait, its vegetarian. Our guest writer Roxanne Bamboat came to our rescue and has created a Parsi version of the Buddha Bowl complete with Bacon and Eggs!
The classic lamb roast gets a Parsi spin in this recipe where the usual boring herbs are replaced with a sweet & sour marinade of jaggery and tamarind.
A deliciously creamy cheesecake made with hung curd instead of cream cheese that will remind you of the Parsi classic, Mithoo Dahi with every bite you take.
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.
Give your left-over Sali Boti a complete make-over and make some Sali Boti Pizza. A wonderful fusion dinner that makes a great treat!
A Parsi version of the arab favourite – Falafels. Filled with green chutney, this Bawa falafel is a perfect 7pm snack for the family or for lunch with pita.
Italians love Focaccia. But so does this Bawi Bride. Check out this Parsi edition of Focaccia, enhanced with Seekh Kebabs.
Home-made Ricotta is not only light on the waist but also on the wallet. Follow this recipe to make creamy ricotta for use in many cakes & bakes.
This may not be the most mexican recipe for but it sure is tasty and great for when you have a lot of guests. Try this Parsi edition of Nachos now!
My potato, salami and cheese croquettes are a perfect treat for a rainy afternoon. Try out this leftover makeover recipe for croquettes now.