A cuisine that’s as old as the earliest civilizations; homemade Indian meal habits can be healthful, delicious and rather addictive.
It’s legendary really; the Parsi love for eggs and its appearance in our daily meals.
Ozlem's potato bulgur mezze appetizer bites, made with mashed potatoes and bulgur are a wholesome treat for kids and grown ups alike.
On Our Menu Today: Minty Mushrooms in Mini-Fillo Cups ‘Patata Brava-style’ Potatoes with Spicy Tomato Chutney Spiced Shrimp with a Lemon Butter Drizzle Inspired by our Scrumptious Spanish Journey, we bring you a mouth-watering array of simple tapas creations;.
Nothing says celebration like the aromas of a juicy ‘Holiday Roast’ at the center of our dinner table.
A perfect weekday meal or an ideal brunch serving, we’ve added an interesting twist to the delightful Batata Vada by mixing healthy kale (spinach works well too) into the mashed potatoes, along with a lighter hand on the spices for a more family-friendly.
Potato Raita or Indian yogurt salad with potatoes, chopped fresh parsley, green chili pepper and a hint of yellow mustard and sugar, smoky cumin and black pepper.
Fish and potatoes curry uses special touches from one of mom's Parsi fish curries and my simple blend of Indian spices.
‘Samosa’ the versatile Indian snack is essentially crisp deep-fried dough, with a filling of ‘just about anything’ from potatoes and peas in its best known version, to other vegetables of choice and delicious ground meat fillings.
Melt-in-your-mouth Parsi Kavab or Kebab using ground meat of choice, potatoes and a blend of delicious spices, herbs and aromatics.
Aloo Paneer, an Indian preparation of potatoes and cottage cheese stir-fried in spices.
A mouthwatering Parsi preparation, the Bafat can be made with chicken, mutton, lamb or beef.
With a base of mashed potatoes and carrots softened in aromatic ginger, garlic and spices, and added crunch of yellow sweet corn kernels, chickpea flour, fresh parsley and lemon juice, the spicy vegetable burger patty can be cooked outdoors or on an.
A hearty ‘Subji’ or Indian vegetable preparation of capsicum or green bell pepper and diced potatoes, cooked in onions, ginger and garlic, with a touch of Indian spices and a dash of cider vinegar and sugar.
This unique dish is a true Parsi Cuisine classic, using boneless cubes (boti) of your meat of choice (I've used chicken for this recipe) and Persian touches like jardaloo (apricot) red vinegar and jaggery or sugar, along with a blend of mouthwatering.
Mixing potatoes with Parmesan cheese and peas to yield a delicious oven-baked mouthwatering kebab.
Much-loved Parsi classic, ‘papeta per eedu’ (eggs on potatoes).
Simple Indian vegetable preparation of bhindi and potatoes tossed in Indian spices