Cooked on all happy occasions in a Parsi household, the Gosht & Kebab Pulao is a classic Parsi dish that has any Parsi’s favourite ingredients – rice, mutton, potatoes and eggs.
The humble Chicken Farcha cooked with a secret blend of Parsi spices is the bawa equivalent of KFC Chicken. Try making it using my chef Oberoi’s recipe!
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 sweet and sour stew of a Bawa’s favourite vegetables – potatoes, carrots and peas. Topped with dry fruits this is a veggie delight fit for weddings!
A Parsi wedding favourite, the Saas ni Machchi (fish) is easy to make at home and means you don’t have to wait for a wedding invite to eat some. Try it now!
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.
Now, don’t wait to go to a Parsi wedding to try the traditional Patra ni Machchi cooked in green chutney. Use this recipe and make this delicacy at home.
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.
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.
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.