The place of Tea in Indian Culture
Parsi Cuisine
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4d ago
The place of Tea in Indian Culture Indians love tea, they are crazy about it - and they even have a special word for it - chai. India is one of the largest tea growers in the world. Tea is grown in the north and the south - in exotic places like Munnar in Kerala, Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri Mountains. The tea gardens are a sight to see. Beautiful terraces are carved into the earth and from far they look like manicured gardens. Tea from Darjeeling and Assam is world famous for its aroma and taste. Tea was introduced in India by the British during early 1900's, those were early days of the Br ..read more
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Bombil, Boomla or Bombay Duck
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1w ago
Bombil, Boomla or Bombay Duck ..read more
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Gos-no-kharo Ras Chaval with Khatti Mithi Kachumbar
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2w ago
Ingredients1 kg tender Goat Mutton, Chicken or Lamb – cut into medium pieces, washed & left to drain in colander6 large onions – chopped very fine (cut like chhudna no kando)4 tomatoes – again chopped very fine (tamota)4 Potatoes – cut into 2 halves (papeta)8-10 pods of garlic (lasan)1.5″ piece of ginger (aadu)6-8 green chillies ..read more
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Parsi Kitchen Nostalgia – A Trip Down The Food-Memory Lane
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by ParsiCuisine.com
3w ago
by Dara Khodaiji Our love for food is legendary! The way to the Parsi/Irani heart is definitely through the stomach, gender immaterial! No occasion is complete without good food. And as much as we love attending functions and events, it’s the “kaun nu catering chhe?” that forms the larger part of the decision. PT Writer ..read more
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Birthday of Fire
Parsi Cuisine
by ParsiCuisine.com
1M ago
Mubarak to all Mazdayasni Worshippers - Parsee Zorastrians around the world Adar roz and Adar Mah is a very auspicious day for fires. We may even consider this day as the birthday of fires. The day prior to this (roj Daepadar i.e. yesterday 20.04.2020 )is regarded as the birthday of all hearths and hearth fires, and that is why many Parsi homes decorate their cooking places with vermillion and turmeric paste and draw the Afarganyu, chipyo and chamach over there. On the auspicious day Adar mahino adar roj several sacred fires were consecrated. The most important fire for all us Zoroastrians – t ..read more
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Healthy Patrani Machchi
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by ParsiCuisine.com
1M ago
  A healthy Patra-Ni-Machchi recipe, only with some mustard oil to give flavor. Pomfret wrapped in a tangy marinade and steamed in a banana leaf. Ingredients 1 fresh pomfret (medium sized)Banana leaves For Marinade: 4 Tbsp curd 1/2 Tbsp turmeric Some chopped garlic 1 1/2 Tbsp mustard oil Chilli flakes 1/2 Tbsp salt Half lemon ..read more
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Patra Fish
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by ParsiCuisine.com
1M ago
Patrani machi is a Parsi steamed fish preparation. Fish coated in a coconut chutney mixture, wrapped in banana leaf and steamed. https://youtu.be/8ymliZBw7QU Ingredients 4 banana leaves 1 kg fish Juice of 1 lemon 3/4 tsp salt Chutney: 1 grated coconut 6 green chillies 50 gm coriander leaves with stems 1 tbsp mint leaves 1 tsp ..read more
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Fish wrapped in Banana Leaf with delicious Chutney: Parsi Patra ni Maachi
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by ParsiCuisine.com
1M ago
Fish wrapped in Banana Leaf with delicious Chutney: Parsi Patra ni Maachi ..read more
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Famous Parsi Fish with Green Chutney, Patra ni Machhi
Parsi Cuisine
by ParsiCuisine.com
1M ago
A very popular recipe of the Parsi Cuisine. Patra ni Machhi https://youtu.be/8ymliZBw7QU   Recipe Ingredients 4 banana leaves 1 kg fish Juice of 1 lemon 3/4 tsp salt Chutney: 1 grated coconut 6 green chillies 50 gm coriander leaves with stems 1 tbsp mint leaves 1 tsp ground cumin seeds 1 tsp sugar Salt to ..read more
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A Parsi Story: Sugar in the Milk
Parsi Cuisine
by ParsiCuisine.com
2M ago
I would like to take you on a journey into the culture, and nuances of the Parsi Cuisine of India. I would like to present to you the famous Story of Parsi immigration (into India) and their welcome with “Sugar in the Milk”. One of the oldest stories of Sugar and Milk in Parsis (Parsi ..read more
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