5 Lip-Smacking Parsi Dishes That Are A Must Try

by Shreya Ghosh
5 Lip-Smacking Parsi Dishes That Are A Must Try

India is the land of diverse cultures and heritage with cuisines of different people and diverse tastes. There are infinite cuisines and dishes to try in this country and the best part is that each and every cuisine has something very new to offer. A cuisine we believe is a must-try among many is Parsi cuisine. From tempting curry dishes to desserts, you get a variety to try.

You Need To Try These Most Delicious Parsi Dishes

1. Dhansak

Dhansak is surely one of the most popular and loved dishes of Parsi cuisine. It is a delectable meat curry recipe cooked with lentils, some veggies, and so many flavourful spices. Both chicken and mutton can be used to prepare this deliciousness. Every bite of dhansak feels like a burst of flavours in our mouth.

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2. Akuri

When it comes to Parsi breakfast, Akuri is a staple on the menu. Paired with bread slices or pav, Akuri is just like scrambled eggs with more flavours and the richness of some spices. Black pepper, coriander, fried onions, ginger, and green chillies are the ingredients to cook Aruki.

3. Sali Boti

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Sali Boti is the most delicious Parsi mutton curry and it is widely loved by Parsis. This is a popular dish served in most celebrations and festivities. It is a flavourful recipe of tender chunks of meat and potato sticks loaded with flavourful spices. Sali Boti is a quintessential dish often paired with Berry Pulao.

4. Farcha

Farcha is a Parsi-style recipe for fried chicken. This starter is very popular in Parsi cuisine because of the juicy tender chicken pieces on the inside and its crunchy coating covering the pieces. The recipe to prepare this is quite easy and adds an incredible twist to your fried chicken.

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5. Ravo

To end a lavish delish meal, you need the most delicious desserts. Even after overeating, we always manage to have some appetite to relish desserts and sweets and Ravo is surely a must-try dessert in Parsi cuisine. Cooked with semolina,  dry fruits, milk, and richness of ghee, the dreamy texture of Ravo with flavours of cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, and rose water is a treat to the taste buds.

Have you tried any of these Parsi dishes before? Which of these is your favourite?

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