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Happy Nowruz: 5 Parsi delicacies to relish on Iranian New Year

Updated On Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST
  • From Dhan-Dar to Patra Ni Machi, here are some lip-smacking Parsi delicacies you can make to celebrate Nowruz. The Iranian New Year falls on March 21 this year.
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Nowruz is almost here and Parsi and Iranian community across the world celebrate it with much enthusiasm. Parsis celebrate their New Year with friends and families by making some delicious traditional dishes.(Pinterest/YouTube) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Nowruz is almost here and Parsi and Iranian community across the world celebrate it with much enthusiasm. Parsis celebrate their New Year with friends and families by making some delicious traditional dishes.(Pinterest/YouTube)

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Dhan-Dar is traditionally made with toover dal, rice, and spices like cardomom, cinnamon stick, garlic, cumin seeds are added to it. It is served with steamed rice and any of the accompaniments like Boti or Patra ni Machi.(Pinterest/Sanjeev Kapoor) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Dhan-Dar is traditionally made with toover dal, rice, and spices like cardomom, cinnamon stick, garlic, cumin seeds are added to it. It is served with steamed rice and any of the accompaniments like Boti or Patra ni Machi.(Pinterest/Sanjeev Kapoor)

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Parsi Sev: A festival or special occasion is not complete without a dessert and on Navroz Parsis love to cook Sevaiyyan. Vermicelli and dry fruits like almonds, raisins etc are roasted in ghee in a wok and a sugar syrup flavoured with nutmeg and cardamom is added to it.(Pinterest/parsicuisine.com) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Parsi Sev: A festival or special occasion is not complete without a dessert and on Navroz Parsis love to cook Sevaiyyan. Vermicelli and dry fruits like almonds, raisins etc are roasted in ghee in a wok and a sugar syrup flavoured with nutmeg and cardamom is added to it.(Pinterest/parsicuisine.com)

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Akoori: Akoori is Parsi community's version of scrambled eggs and is commonly cooked as breakfast. Onions, tomatoes, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, garlic and ginger paste is added to eggs for this recipe. People also like to have it with toast.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Akoori: Akoori is Parsi community's version of scrambled eggs and is commonly cooked as breakfast. Onions, tomatoes, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, garlic and ginger paste is added to eggs for this recipe. People also like to have it with toast.(Pinterest)

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Patra Ni Machi: In this recipe, the fish is quoted with rich green chutney made of fresh mint and coriander leaves, garlic, coconut, green chilli, cumin seeds, lemon juice, wrapped in banana leaf, and steamed.(YouTube) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Patra Ni Machi: In this recipe, the fish is quoted with rich green chutney made of fresh mint and coriander leaves, garlic, coconut, green chilli, cumin seeds, lemon juice, wrapped in banana leaf, and steamed.(YouTube)

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Vasanu: The mouth-watering winter sweet Vasanu is made with lots of ghee and dry fruits and flavoured with dry ginger, lotus stem, dill, Magaj, Khas Khas, Khaman, Batrisu, Pipramool, Safed Musli, Kali Musli among other ingredients.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 20, 2022 06:50 PM IST

Vasanu: The mouth-watering winter sweet Vasanu is made with lots of ghee and dry fruits and flavoured with dry ginger, lotus stem, dill, Magaj, Khas Khas, Khaman, Batrisu, Pipramool, Safed Musli, Kali Musli among other ingredients.(Pinterest)

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