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    This dish is a Classic Sindhi dish which everybody loves including vegetarians. Most of Sindhi people crave for this dish and miss it if not served, so much that I remember a famous top Bollywood Sindhi Actress got married to a Punjabi and I remember reading in the magazine that she was complaining that she didn't eat Saibhaji in a long time as her Husbands Punjabi family did not make this dish.Another short my family story-I was married to an Italian-American girl,she loved this dish too also my children who were born in USA and now are married to Irish-American girls,they love this dish very much,I am surprised (Specially) at my younger son Prem for loving this dish as he is a Meat and Potatoes guy.Why dont you try it and let me know.

    Recipe #457570

    I watched my mother,Aunt and sisters making this curry when I was 10 years old and then when I was in college I worked part time in a restaurant and Bar in Hyderabad,India and used to watch the Ustaad(Chef) grind all the herbs and spices in old fashined stone grinder and marinade Meat and refrigerate for at least 4 hours before cooking,it came out heavenly delicious and so tender it would melt in your mouth without chewing,I have changed the level of spice to milder side,as in southern part of India the spice level is almost like FIRE in your mouth.Also I have changed some ingredients and some quantity of ingredients.Try it,you would want to make this dish part of your every week Lunch or Dinner.

    Recipe #457409

    This Recipe is evolved from 4 Generations of cooking this dish,modifying and correcting to make it Delicious Tender falling off the bone Meat with the blend of Exotic Indian Herbs and Spices.Once you try it,I am sure you would want this dish to be on your table once or more every week.

    Recipe #457407


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