Akuri (A Spicy scrambled Egg Parsi cuisine)- All of you Eggitarians out there who love spicy Burji and won’t mind trying some variation then this one is just perfect for you. 127 more words
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Most Goans I know ,among those who have been born and bred in Mumbai, have a soft corner in their Goan hearts for Parsi Cuisine. As most Mumbaikars would know, a majority of the Iranian cafes / Parsi restaurants are battling for existence in the sleepy lanes of South Mumbai as fancy eateries and cafes are becoming the order of the day. 350 more words
Am sure every family has one such dish that has some very fond memories attached to it! J My earliest childhood memories revolve around our dad telling us humorous snippets (almost repeatedly every time mom would cook this dish J ) about the escapades few of my family members had with masoor J … So, yes, ‘MASOOR NI DAAR’ is THAT special dish for my family ! 350 more words
As a child, this was (and still is) undoubtedly one of my favorite dishes!
I have it with ‘khichri’ (rice-lentil dish), Pav (bread) as well as with roti (Indian flat bread) and it tastes absolutely delicious. 291 more words