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A classic Indian dish dating back at least to Mughal times, Dopiaza is a medium strength curry usually made with chicken, lamb or prawns. This dish is blended with exotic herbs and spices and topped with seasoned fried onions in two stages. It gets its name because onions are its major component. 'Do' means 'two' and 'piaza' means 'onion.' Traditional versions use greater quantities of onions at different stages of cooking. It contains double the quantity of onions than other Indian curries. Lamb Dopiaza is a very smooth mouth watering dish using a subtle blend of fresh herbs and spices, briskly fried with fresh onions.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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