Laili is worth a try for Afghan, especially for the Chapli Kabob

When we walked up to Laili in the Farmers Market, one of my group mentioned that she thought that all of our middle eastern restaurants were tasting the same, regardless of which country the owners purported to be from.  This could be an ordering error, but Laili’s Chapli Kabob Plate broke the mold because of its uniqueness.  Served mainly in Pakistan, India and eastern Afghanistan, this dish is a Pashtun style minced kabob.  As you’ll see from the picture it is flat, and often made with pomegranate and coriander seeds.  It makes my list of favorite new dishes and here is some more insight.

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