10 Best Parsi Food Blogs and Websites

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Parsi Food Blogs

Here are 10 Best Parsi Food Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Parsi Cuisine

Parsi Cuisine Welcome to Rita Jamshed Kapadia's Parsi Cuisine Site. Parsi Cuisine offers an opportunity to explore this unique cuisine with favorites of Dhansak (Lentils), fish, and meats, whilst also getting an interesting glimpse of the Persian-Indian heritage of the Parsis. Rita has taken great pains to explain and translate the ingredients, all of which are nowadays available in any Indian grocery.
Facebook Followers 7.9KTwitter Followers 842 Frequency 4 posts / week Domain Authority 22 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers, Podcasters, YouTubers, and Instagram Influencers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. The Tiny Taster » Parsi Food

The Tiny Taster » Parsi Food In the following section of The Tiny Taster Blog, the food experts share articles related to Parsi food and its types. Other major categories to explore are travel, countries, breakfasts, and more. As The Tiny Taster, I've decided to take the world by storm - one plate at a time! I hope to travel enough and give you an insight into the places I visit and of course a detailed description of the food they have to offer.
Facebook Followers 20.7KTwitter Followers 37.2KInstagram Followers 16.8K Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 33 Get Email Contact

3. Very Good Recipes » Parsi

Very Good Recipes » Parsi Head to the Very Good Recipies blog to find the best recipes with photos to choose an easy Parsi recipe. Very Good Recipes indexes original recipes published on a selection of cooking blogs. Their recipes are classified by tags corresponding to names of ingredients and dishes, origins of recipes, types of cuisine, etc. Their goal is to enable users to easily find recipes and discover new recipes, with simple navigation and nice-looking pictures of dishes.
Twitter Followers 687 Frequency 5 posts / year Domain Authority 30 Get Email Contact

4. Simply Bhonu

Simply Bhonu Read my blog for easy-to-follow informative recipe creations, and how-to-cook food articles on Indian and Parsi cooking. Peri's Spice Ladle is my blog, started in 2012, with a simple idea - bringing Indian and Parsi flavors to your table. As I've showcased over the past decade, 'It's easy to spice up just about any meal with a few Indian touches'. I'm Chef Peri Avari the co-founder of Peri's Spice Ladle. As co-founder of this catering, I set the vision, provided strategic direction, and led kitchen operations, serving corporate clientele in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Facebook Followers 1.7KTwitter Followers 1.7KInstagram Followers 594 Frequency 12 posts / year Domain Authority 6 Get Email Contact

5. The Tiny Taster

The Tiny Taster A freelancer in her profession, she is able to spend most of her time sampling the city's food offerings and reviews them as well as shares a few of her favourite recipes. More often known as The Tiny Taster, she's decided to take the world by storm - one plate at a time! She's currently also the food critic for Mumbai at @EazyDiner
Facebook Followers 20.6KTwitter Followers 37.2K Parsi Mutton Cutlet Recipe Parsi Chaapat Recipe

6. Lifestyle Asia India

Lifestyle Asia India Asia's ultimate online guide to luxury living. From dining and drinking to style, fashion, travel and more, Lifestyleasia.com is the essential lifestyle destination for affluent Asia-based readers.
Facebook Followers 16.5KTwitter Followers 354Instagram Followers 118.8K A taste of old-school Bombay in Delhi with the 5 best Parsi restaurants in town! Why is Britannia and Co. one of the most iconic Irani cafes in Mumbai

7. Finely Chopped

Finely Chopped I am a columnist for The Indian Express and NDTV Food and write for other publications. I have recently published a book called The Travelling Belly I am based in Mumbai.I love to travel and share my experiences from all over the world. This page is where I share my articles on food, blog posts and experiences from the world of food which appear on my blog. You will find recipes here. Feedback on restaurants. Stories of people I have met in the world of food.
Facebook Followers 23.6KTwitter Followers 75.2K Since Oct 2007 When the Bengali Jamai Shoshti fell on Parsi Navroz

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