A traditional Parsi dish making for a small portion of the big and lavish wedding feasts, marghi na farcha has an authentic yet easy method of preparation. Literally a big piece of chicken, it is also a weekend favourite of many
A descendant of Persian Zoroastrians who came to India to flee religious persecution by Muslims, the Parsi community in India, although small in number has a rich culture that is defined by their unique traditions, beliefs and food. Known to be hosting lavish weddings with the signature retro music filling the ambience, what really fills the hearts of the guests are the fancy wedding feasts or the lagan nu bhonu. Traditionally served on patra or banana leaves laid out for communal dining with white linen-covered tables laid out in rows, the lagan nu bhonu has an interesting spread of items.
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November - December 2017