Parsis often consider the green curry to be the poor cousin of the red curry. That’s a shame as its yummy and a sinful curry to have with fish. Try it out.
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!
This creamy malai based fish recipe passed down from generations is a great new way to cook fish which is easy and yummy at the same time.
Bhakras are a popular tea-time snack in most Parsi households. Learn to make them at home with this easy recipe courtesy Zarina Cama and Benaifer Daruwala.
Give your leftover green chutney a makeover with a fancy Green Chutney, Corn and Prawn baked dish that will leave the family fighting for more.
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.
A dessert that celebrates my love for Lagan nu Custard and Ice-cream. A no-churn easy to make recipe, this is one leftover makeover you will love.
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.
If you are a fan of coconut then I assume that you must be a fan of Kopra Pak too. This Parsi style coconut fudge is to die for and a simple recipe to boot!
Parsi Brown Rice is actually caramelised white rice and goes perfect with Dhansak. Here’s how to make it in 3 easy steps.