Preparation info

  • Serves

    4 to 6

    • Difficulty


Appears in

My Bombay Kitchen

By Niloufer Ichaporia King

Published 2007

  • About

I can imagine the first time some Parsi woman was served an Irish stew in its original form: “Nothing wrong here that a little ginger, garlic, and a few cloves won’t fix.” That’s all it takes to transform something unremarkable into something deliciously savory. My mother’s version of Irish stew, I remember, had cloves in it but no other floating spices except sometimes a stray peppercorn. When you want something quiet but comforting and tasty, think of Irish stew. If you like blanquette