Chicken Dhansak recipe from the famous Vividh Vani cookbook

By Rita 3 comments

Myth busted about some folks saying chicken dhansak is not traditional.

Chicken Dhansak is one of the OLDEST dishes ! The Vividh Vani cookbook from circa 1800 AD has this recipe!

NOTE this recipe has CHICKEN or MUTTON used. See the words circled below, they say “Marghi” which means “chicken”

 

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Language used is Gujarati here. A volunteer for translating this to English will be greatly appreciated. Thanks – Rita

 

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Here comes the gourmet granny – ParsiCuisine.com

Aug 8, 2019, 12:18 pm

[…] before we proceeded to feast, Perin tells me, “Don’t ask a Parsi for Dhansak all the time. A plain dhansak is not made on auspicious occasions. It is made on the fourth day […]

A Bid to Maintain One of the World’s Oldest Culinary Traditions – ParsiCuisine.com

Jun 6, 2019, 9:02 pm

[…] there remains something defiant about such excess. I thought of dhansak and its heavy lake of sauce, repeatedly replenished from a seemingly endless buffet, and, so, too, […]

Enjoy learning how to make a very mouth-watering, satisfying and healthy Parsi Dhansak Meal – ParsiCuisine.com

Aug 8, 2018, 7:55 pm

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