Tag Archive | Parsi Food

Warming up to Parsi food in winter

Winter is a time for special treats – treats that not only warm our hearts, but literally fight the cold weather as well! One of the all time Parsi winter favorites is Vasanu. While you can buy Vasanu in places like Mumbai, Pune and cities in Gujarat, in most other places you have to make […]

My Bombay Kitchen: A culinary treasure from Niloufer Ichaporia King

My Bombay Kitchen: A culinary treasure from Niloufer Ichaporia King

Niloufer Ichaporia King lives in a house with three kitchens. She prowls through at least six farmers markets a week in search of unusual greens, roots and seeds, traditional food plants from every immigrant culture in the Bay Area. King is an anthropologist, a kitchen botanist, a one-of-a-kind cook, and a writer. A Parsi from […]

Parsi Food Festival at Radisson MBD Noida: Chef Kaizad Patel serves up the goodies!

Parsi Food Festival at Radisson MBD Noida: Chef Kaizad Patel serves up the goodies!

Parsi food lovers in the NCR have reason to rejoice, and take their taste buds on an exciting journey this weekend up to the 19th of September 2010. “Third generation Parsi chef Kaizad Patel is in town to help Delhiites nurture a taste for Parsi food” “You’d expect a Le Cordon Bleu- trained chef who […]

Papeta Par Eedu – Another great Parsi breakfast dish!

Eedu- or the humble yet potent Egg, is an intrinsic part of Parsi life. And it’s not restricted to breakfast. In fact, it’s not even restricted to food! Because a Parsi will not only add an egg to almost any dish he or she makes, a Parsi will also break an egg at every auspicious […]

Ah… Parsi Food! Recipe for Akuri!

When most people come to know I’m a Parsi, they immediately say – “ah! Parsi food! So when are you calling me over!?” Quite simply, Parsis are synonymous with ‘good food’ (among other things!) Well… I always reply to these, “Hey! You’re welcome anytime!” And that’s an offer, most people cannot refuse! This of course […]