Stuffed Bottle Gourd Squash with Ground Beef and Golden Raisins

Kheema Lauki

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660 Curries

By Raghavan Iyer

Published 2008

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The diet of Bohri Muslims, who occupied the northwestern borders of India for centuries, away from the fruits of the sea more abundant to their south, leans heavily toward meat—ground beef, mutton, or lamb being the most popular. The spices are always subtle, in sharp contrast to the seasonings in neighboring states. This thin-bodied curry uses no spices, in fact; herbs, bulbs, and nuts, along with sweet golden raisins, perfume the beef. Serve it as the main course along with a bowl of