Niloufer Mavalvala’s Art of Parsi Cooking Book Launched in London

 

Notting Hill’s famous cookbook shop “Books for Cooks” was a hive of activity last night as Niloufer Mavalvala hosted the launch for her first cookbook, “The Art of Parsi Cooking: Reviving an Ancient Cuisine”.

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Article posted on Austin Macauley’s website

Food bloggers, family and friends alike all stopped by to get their hands on a signed copy as well as sample some of Niloufer’s creations first hand. The talented chef demonstrated a selection of recipes from the book, including “Khatai” (sweet tea biscuits), coconut and green chutney, as well as Prawn Patio served with small pita chips and Parsi Style Choi.

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Born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, Niloufer’s love for food combined with extensive world travel from a young age inspired her to experiment with world cuisines. Niloufer gave her first cooking class to a group of school girls at the age of 17; loving the opportunity to meet new people who share her passion for food, she has gone on to give many, many more cooking classes in Dubai, UK, and Canada – where she has lived for the past 15 years with her family.

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In 2013, Niloufer decided to start a recipe blog Niloufer’s Kitchen where she loves to share old and new culinary creations to a following of 100,000 from around the world. Author of 10 e-cookbooks, she also writes for the Huffington Post, assorted magazines and journals from around the world. You can visit her blog at www.NiloufersKitchen.com, and follow her on Twitter @NiloufersKtchn and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NiloufersKitchen.

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