Parsi Mutton Cutlet Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
6M ago
One of my favourite things to eat growing up were Parsi style mutton cutlets. It’s actually a toss-up between mutton kebabs (I’ve got a recipe on the channel and website as well) and mutton cutlets but it always had to be mutton and not chicken. Somehow the flavour and texture just hit the spot. Nostalgia plays such a big role when it comes to food choices that I find even as an adult if there are cutlets on the menu, I’ll gravitate towards that first. For the longest time if I was craving Parsi Mutton Cutlets I would order them from a caterer or one of the few standalone Parsi snack shops. Of ..read more
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Parsi Chaapat Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
11M ago
What Is Chaapat ? The Parsi community loves their sweets and snacks and chaapat or chapat is the perfect amalgamation of both. It is a thin pancake or crepe but made with a few different ingredients. It’s eaten as a snack or breakfast dish. How Is Chaapat Different From A Crepe Or Pancake ? Chaapat is similar but slightly different from a crepe or pancake with the texture and ingredients used. Instead of butter, we use ghee. We also add cardamom and nutmeg powder which are ingredients added in almost every Parsi dessert. The texture and size also differ, some folks make their chapats thin but ..read more
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Parsi Style Bhakra Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
1y ago
What is a Bhakra? Bhakras are typical tea time snacks that the Parsi community loves to eat. They are like round thick biscuits which are slightly crusty on the outside but soft inside. They are made from whole wheat flour, semolina ( rava ), yogurt, eggs and ghee among other ingredients. How To Make Parsi Bhakras Recipe Ingredients 1 Cup of Whole Wheat Flour 2 Cups of Semolina 2 Tablespoon Yogurt 1 Teaspoon Baking Soda 1 Teaspoon Salt 1 ½ Cups of Sugar 2 Tablespoons of Ghee 4 Eggs 1 Teaspoon Nutmeg Powder 1 Teaspoon Cardamom Powder 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence Oil to fry Method In a mixing bow ..read more
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Parsi Style Kid Gosht Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
1y ago
There are several popular Parsi Dishes that are synonymous with Parsi cuisine. Dishes like Salli Chicken, Patra Ni Macchi or even the beloved Dhansak are what you instantly think of when it comes to Parsi food. There are many other dishes that don’t have this cult like following but are just as delicious and the community loves them.  One such dish is Kid Gosht. What is Kid Ghosht This is a traditional white mutton curry. Kid refers to a young goat or lamb so essentially the meat of a baby goat which is tender. So it’s not just any gosht or gos as we Parsi’s pronounce it, it’s Kid Gosht ..read more
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Parsi Style Mawa Cake Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
Parsi Style Mawa Cake Recipe Mawa cake is a tradionaly Parsi recipe that the community just adores. The trick is to get the cake light and airy despite it being dense because of the mawa. In Mumbai you’ll find these at several popular Parsi bakeries and most of the time they come in these convenient cup cake size portions. It’s a lovely tea time snack and a very simple recipe you can easily make at home. What Is Mawa ? Mawa or Khoya as its commonly called, is made from burnt milk. Actually you keep simmering the milk in a large kadhai and wait till all the moisture evaporates. Eventually all t ..read more
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Saas Ni Macchi Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
You can go to any Parsi wedding or celebration and the hot topic of discussion will almost always be the menu. We take immense pride in our food and are always eager to know – what’s for dinner ( or lunch or breakfast ). Most menus are a standard affair and will get a seal of approval but if there’s no Saas Ni Macchi on the menu, I can guarantee at least one if not several disgruntled uncles and aunties muttering under their breath. It’s so beloved that a popular Parsi wedding caterer once told me ” the wedding feast is considered incomplete without Saas ni Macchi and couples have even called ..read more
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Parsi Style Kheema Recipe | Parsi Kheemo
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
I was always a fussy eater and while growing up I gave my folks a tough time. Perhaps I’ve always had a disconcerting palette but I knew and till this day know instantly what I’ll enjoy and what I won’t. There are a few dishes that feel like a warm comforting hug and this Parsi style Kheema or Kheemo as we like to call it, is one of them. What Is Parsi Kheemo The Parsi community is known for their love of meat and this dish is the perfect example. You won’t always find Kheemo on an elaborate menu, it’s considering regular home fare but it’s just delicious and relished by all. It’s a dish that ..read more
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Parsi Poro Recipe – The Parsi Style Omelette Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
I have the best memories from my childhood eating this delicious poro. It’s a humble simple recipe but it is just so nostalgic. I remember going on family vacations and road trips that started at 4 am watching my mum and grand mum make these divine poro sandwiches to take en route. We Parsis love our eggs and I’ve shared some of the popular egg recipes before on the site and my youtube channel ( linking them below ) but this one while it might not be very popular, it’s a favourite and one I just had to share. What Is A Parsi Poro ? A Parsi Poro is basically how the Parsi community makes their ..read more
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Parsi Mutton Dhansak Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
In the last couple of months I’ve shared plenty of Parsi recipes but the most requested has been one that isn’t one of my favourites so I’ve refrained. Till today that is. I’m finally sharing an easy recipe to what is possibly the most popular and highly requested dish from the Parsi cuisine – Dhansak. I’m not saying this is the best recipe or the most authentic, recipes differ from house to house and grandma to grandma, each adding their own twists and creating their versions but I am saying that this is a fabulous recipe that’s very tasty. I’ve made this with mutton chunks on the bone as tha ..read more
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Patra Ni Macchi Recipe
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by Roxanne Bamboat
2y ago
What Is Patra Ni Macchi ? This is an extremely popular fish recipe from the Parsi community that is relished by all. Patra means a leaf usually a banana leaf and macchi means fish ( both are Gujarati words ) so in essence it translates to Banana Leaf Fish or Fish wrapped in a Banana Leaf. A delicious chutney or paste is made using a handful of ingredients like coconut,lime juice, coriannder chillies etc and used to coat a piece of fish which is then wrapped in a banana leaf and steamed. It’s a popular dish served at elaborate celebratory meals like weddings or Navjotes and is almost always on ..read more
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