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For those uninitiated, Afghan cuisine shares similarities and influences with flavours of the Middle East, Turkey and India. Open a menu and you'll likely discover a long list of kabobs (mainly chicken, lamb and beef), along with dumplings, puff pastries and Afghanistan's national dish, qabili pulau, a rice dish garnished with raisins, carrots and heaped over tender chunks of meat.
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For the uninitiated, the South Indian staple consists of crepes, often painted with ghee or stuffed with savoury fillings like mildly spiced potatoes, onions or paneer. They're accompanied by sides like sambar (a tangy lentil soup with vegetables) and a selection of tangy or cooling condiments, like coconut, tomato or coriander chutney.
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Many of the spots this list take an artisanal approach; curing and smoking meats themselves, whipping up aioli from scratch, or taking liberties with the recipe, diverging-from the three namesake ingredients by swapping lettuce for bolder arugula, or fresh sliced tomatoes for roasted or fried variations.
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