Deliciously crispy, these kolmi na kebab pack a seafoody punch and are the perfect snack or accompaniment for a range of bawa dishes.
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.
The rich cousin of the Lagan nu Custard, this Badam nu Custard is packed with almonds and a great treat for when you want a dessert that is a little fancy.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Make any occasion special with the quintessentially Parsi dish – Sali Boti. Made with slow-cooked meat and topped with crispy potato sticks, this dish is a flavour bomb.