Parsi community is mainly found in the state of Gujarat. Originally from Persia, the cuisine mixed with the local Gujarati food due to the influence of the historical events. When Persians came to India they carried along their artistic culinary skills and traditional dishes. Those blended with the local flavor of India to create such a cuisine that is simply outstanding.
The uniqueness of this cuisine lies in its simple taste wrapped with distinct flavor. On the other hand, the food is light on the stomach as it is neither too spicy nor too oily.
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Prepared with mutton and hot spices, this dish is completed when sprinkled with thinly sliced golden fried potatoes. One of the most popular dishes from Parsi cuisine.
It is a type of dish that is prepared using meat, pulses and wheat. The technique of making the dish differs from region to region. This is a dish that is specially served in winter as it keeps the body warm.
This mouthwatering tangy and sweet dish is a perfect companion during cozy winters. Raw mango is the base dish which is mixed with jaggery and cinnamon.
A traditional delicacy in which the fish is marinated with mint, coriander, and spices, then slowly cooked by wrapping in banana leaves.
This dessert is the dream for every sweet lover. Made with milk, bread, and egg, this is the custard with a twist.
Not your regular crispy chicken fry but something much delicious. Mixed with spices and breadcrumb, this is a perfect appetizer for every party.
Dal, eggplant, and mutton mixed with other elements when experiences elaborate cooking processes, then you get to taste this delicacy. It is served with brown ghee rice.