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kofta

(ˈkɒftə)
n
(Cookery) an Indian dish of seasoned minced meat shaped into small balls and cooked
[Urdu]
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Spring chicken wings marinated with garlic and herbs and lamb kufta arayes toasted in Arabian bread with pomegranate molasses were a great mix of flavours.
Try the mixed shawrana wrap (roasted thin slices of marinated chicken and lamb) or the kufta kebab (charcoal grilled skewers of seasoned minced lamb with onion and parsley) or pick something from the Gulf Menu like Chicken Quzi and rice (chopped tender chicken cooked slowly with vegetable and tomato sauce, pasted with flavour of spices, served with roasted nuts and raisins).
One of them started Kufta Gourmet (high-end burgers and barbecue) and the other one started Naqaniq (homemade hotdog).
Team Brainiacs and Kufta from Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar finished first and second, respectively, with the former solving the first problem in less than eight minutes.
Within minutes my plate was full of all kinds of barbequed delights; sheesh tawooq, kufta and kabab, naturally I added more fatoosh and then some rice to finish off the plate.
For the main event I picked one of Asha's fusion dishes, the balti chicken cheese kufta.
Nolan MT, Harris A, Kufta A, et al: Preparing nurses for the acute care case manager role: Educational needs identified by existing case managers.
Chital kufta sounded interesting - "tropical Indian fish spiced and minced into meatballs".
Carol Prince, MD, President (248) 354-9595 4400 Town Center Ste 105 Southfield, MI 48075-1601 The Farbman Group Real Estate-Commercial--Industrial Empl: 136 Jennifer Kufta (248) 353-0500 Account Manager, Corporate Services 28400 Northwestern Hwy.
On the fourth or fifth day of their visit, Bateson's mother-in-law made a traditional dish, chee kufta.
Main dishes include lamb shank, shish kebab, and a combination plate of kufta (spicy lamb meatballs simmered in broth) and sarma (grape leaves wrapped around rice and other fillings).
Dave Kufta, sales and marketing director of Aspen Test Engineering, Inc.