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The name is debated to derive from the Chinese word “Gratitude” and some think the name literally means "to lightly touch (your) heart", or "to barely fill your stomach". Which dish?
A Bengali sweet dish mentioned inliterature, including Krittibas' Ramayana and lyrics of Chaitanya. Made from Chenna/Cheese? What dish?
Which snacks are made from colocasia leaves (Kosu-paat) stuffed with rice flour(or besan) and flavoured with spices, tamarind, and sugar?
The name is derived from the Arabic zafaran, which in turn comes from the Persian word zarparan meaning "gold strung”. What food ingredient?
The dum style of cooking or the art of cooking over a slow fire, which has become synonymous with Lucknow today was invented in this region. How do we know the cuisine of this region?

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