- Nargisi KoftaThe word Nargis is derived from Nargisi, which in turn refers to Narcissus aka the daffodil flower, a winter flower with a yellow center and white petals around it much like a boiled egg cut in half. In Urdu poetry, nargisi is also used to describe the beautiful eyes of a lady. This kofta, when cut in half and placed in the accompanying curry, looks like a human eye and hence the name Nargisi Kofta. It pairs well with laccha parathas.
- Tingmomo with Tofu/Chicken Shapta A Tibetan favourite, Timgmomo is a soft fluffy steam buns, which is very similar to Chinese steam buns Bao. It is an excellent accompaniment with Shapta (Stir Fry chicken) to soak in all the sauce in its spongy goodness. Shapta is a spicy chicken stirfry dish which tenderized chicken glazed with soya and oyster sauce and other herbs.
- Phansachi Biryani
A Maharashtrian delicacy, Jackfruit Biryani. Jackfruits have a distinctive sweet and fruity aroma. Jackfruit is commonly used in South and Southeast Asian cuisines. Raw jackfruit is known as vegetarian meat in Bengal. Jackfruit & Basmati rice gives a natural juicy taste and aroma.
- Barbecued Pork Ribs
The Barbequed Pork Ribs consists of 2 cuts – Pork Belly and Spare Ribs. These are slow cooked to perfection with meat falling off the bone. They are then smothered with a home made barbeque sauce.
- Burmeese Khow Suey
In Burmese cuisine, Khow suey, from Burma, is a noodle dish that comes from the mountainous Shan State. It is a one-dish soup meal made of noodles and curried vegetables (Or chicken) with coconut milk, served with a variety of contrasting condiments. A squeeze of lemon also adds tanginess to Khow Suey. Customize it using the condiments to make it however spicy/tangy as you like it. Available in Non-Veg and Veg.You can order these dishes online here. HausKhaas delivers all over Pune straight to your doorstep.
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