Dietary Laws of Islam
Ben Neuwirth B Block
Overview of Islamic Dietary Customs
Main Course: Palak Gosht, a spinach & lamb combination cooked together on a mild curry sauce
Chicken over rice is a grilled chicken serve with lettuce, tomato, onions, green peppers and white sauce
Side Dish: Lamb Pilau, which is pilau rice cooked with lamb meat on the bone
Dessert: Gajar Ka Halwa, a dish of carrots cooked in cream served hot
Spicy minced lamb prepared in a traditional tandoor
Filo Pastry parcels filled with spicy Indian style cheese
Aloo Papri Chat
Aloo channa, yoghurt & tamarind sauce with chaat masalla
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