Parsi food is both simple and healthy.
It is often said that there is a food for every occasion and an occasion for every food!
|Kheema papayta na pattice served with tomato chilli lime jam|
|Bhaji jhinga -Spinach and prawn stew|
|Masoor ma gos - lentil and meat stew|
|Channa ni daar- Bengal gram lentil|
|Mava na cake|
|Chori papayta - Yardlongbeans|
|Topli na paneer - silky cottage cheese|
|Copra na pancake - coconut filled crepes|
|Sali Boti - meat stew and matchstick potatoes|
|kheemo edu nay sali - groundmeat, fried egg and matchstick potatoes|
|Dahi ni kudhi - yogurt kudhi|
|Murghi papayto - chicken and potato|
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|Bheeda ma gos - okra and lamb stew|
|Murumbo - white bottle gourd jam|
|Gajar mewa nu achar - Carrot and fruit chutney|
|Gharab nu achar - pickled fish roe|
|Sua pak - A melange of seeds and nuts|
|Mango chutney and prawn balchao - pickled prawns|
|Bhakras - fried tea cakes|
My published cookbooks are available for sale through myself and on amazon.
The World of Parsi Cooking: Food Across Borders is a 3 award winning book. It has been self published in July 2019 and will be going into its second print in 2022.
The Art of Parsi Cooking; reviving an ancient cuisine was published in 2016 by Austin Macauley and continues to be available through amazon book depot book depository and from the publishers.