The Zoroastrian New Year is traditionally celebrated as Jamshed Navroz by the Zoroastrian community across the world. It is commemorated on the first day of the first month of the Fasli calendar followed by the Zoroastrians. The festival also marks the beginning of the spring season as it is celebrated on March 21st, that is, Vernal Equinox. The Parsis observe this festival in a grand and elaborate fashion. Homes are cleaned and decorated, new clothes are adorned and guests are welcomed traditionally with sprinkling of rose water and applying tilak. To add on, the Parsis prepare scrumptious delicacies to serve the family and guests. Russian Pattice makes an appetizing and luscious starter as well as a snack for children. Though it is named Russian pattice, it has no link with the Russian community. In fact, the recipe is a favorite among the Parsis. Get to know the method of preparing Russian pattice by following the recipe given herein.
How To Make Russian Pattice