Parsee Food Home Cooking Workshop

 Let's Jamjoji !

 

When the Parsis landed in India, in the state of Gujarat to be specific, little did they know that their culture and food would add a unique dimension to this eclectic country.

Over the years, they’ve introduced India to some gastronomic delights by combining the richness of Persian delicacies with quintessential Indian spices. The hearty cuisine consists of a balanced meal, which is infused with flavours ranging from sweet to sour to spicy. The most popular of it all, is the ‘Lagan Nu Bhonu’ or the lavish Parsi wedding meal. This three-course meal comprises of fish, meat, vegetable lentils and other delicious foods to make it a balanced and nutritious meal.

To round off this whirlwind of culinary flavors, they have a special treat called the ‘Lagan Nu Custard’ – a tasty dessert which is India’s answer to the Crème Brulee. The distinct flavour added by the Parsis, be it culturally or with their food, makes this dwindling community a treasure trove of delightful stories. Mumbai boasts of the maximum number of Parsi population in the world. Hence, it’s important that this meal be a part of your coastal culinary experience. You will Interact with a sweet Parsi lady of a household, who will teach you a couple of traditional food dishes. You will not only take back with you, her grandmother’s recipes but also a ton of love. 

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INR 10200 plus taxes

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INR 6000 per person plus taxes

AC SUV, workshop and meal fees and interactions

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INR 4700 per person plus taxes

AC SUV, workshop and meal fees and interactions

 Things to Remember:

  • We teach how to prepare a total of two dishes
  • This cost includes a workshop and three - course dinner/lunch
  • We offer a non-alcoholic welcome drink and a bottle of water to the guests

 

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