Popular recipe of the Parsi Cuisine – Parsi Patra ni Maachi Chutney & Salmon with a new twist.
How to make Indian Ghee from Unsalted Butter (also known as Clarified Butter)
Batasa – a favorite biscuit snack. Good with Tea or Coffee anytime!
Creamy Coconut Chutney
First lady Michelle Obama hosted a Nowruz celebration to mark the Persian New Year at White House
Doodh Na Puff (Milk froth)
Cafe Spice Namaste: Parsee food in London


ParsiCuisine.com provides parsi / parsee classical and traditional recipes as well as an introduction to Parsi Zarathushti heritage, history, and culture.

Cookbook: Manna of the 21st Century

Cookbook: Manna of the 21st Century

Written for today’s generation of cooks and food enthusiasts, the cookbook “Parsi Cuisine Manna of the 21st Century” provides a treasure trove of recipes, along with an immersive cultural experience for those seeking to understand this ancient and timeless cuisine.

Besides being a reference, a coffee table item, it also makes a ideal gift for your family and friends. The book’s full color photographs and 340 pages are intertwined with descriptions of ancient and modern Parsi Ceremonies, Folktales, Anecdotes.

The Parsi Cuisine Cookbook  Series

“The Parsi Cuisine Cookbook  Series” is a labor of love. These mini cookbooks (low cost) began in an effort to maintain and preserve our recipes and traditions for the next generation. As accomplished adults in their own right, Rita’s children encouraged her to write this book for their generation and future generations.

I hope these cookbooks inspire you to cook healthy wholesome food for your family and friends. Printed Paperbacks & EBooks are available at Amazon.com. Good Food leads to Good Health which leads to a Good Life.

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3 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. I made vagareli khichri after reading on yr site & I must say its super—earlier I used to make plai with toovar dal & eat it with raita but this khichri doesn’t need any thing else if eaten off the stove–thx
    Same way I made malido also & I really bless you for the recipe

  2. I am so glad you used the recipe and enjoyed your own cooked food. This is the driving force behind this site and my passion for people eating good parsi cuisine. Thank you for the blessings Yasmin.

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