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      does anyone here know what is Kachri powder? I using a recipe which lists this ingredient and I'm clueless!

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      It's a type of tenderizer used in boti kabab type of dishes.
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      You can substitute it with kach-cha papita/raw papaya.
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      But kachri has its own taste which you can not get from papita. Kachri qeema is really very tasty dish.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mostar95 View Post
      But kachri has its own taste which you can not get from papita. Kachri qeema is really very tasty dish.
      I guessed she is asking, when it is used as a meat tenderizer, it which case kachri can be substituted with kach-cha papita if karchi is not available
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      yes, but what is it? like any idea what goes in it?
      is it harmful?

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      No it is not.

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      i heard it has some sand in it...

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      As a side note, raw papaya is not suitable for pregnant ladies...just thought I'd mention it as I know a few ghuppies are in that way...

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      Katchri Power is made from a small brownish-yellow melon indigenous to Rajasthan. It is used as a tenderizer, but also adds a tangy flavor. Katchri Chutney is a tart condiment (one of their trademark dishes). I found out about this spice through Gordon Ramsey's Great Escape, where he traveled to Rajasthan to make a 300 year recipe called Khud Khargosh made with goat. I am interested in these recipes and am excited that I found kachri spice online via google at eastwestbazaar .com Good luck!

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      Quote Originally Posted by JenyJane View Post
      Katchri Power is made from a small brownish-yellow melon indigenous to Rajasthan. It is used as a tenderizer, but also adds a tangy flavor. Katchri Chutney is a tart condiment (one of their trademark dishes). I found out about this spice through Gordon Ramsey's Great Escape, where he traveled to Rajasthan to make a 300 year recipe called Khud Khargosh made with goat. I am interested in these recipes and am excited that I found kachri spice online via google at eastwestbazaar .com Good luck!

      Very good information. Family Cucurbitacae!

      Katchri is the basic ingredient of Meruth Kababs.
      Last edited by Mostar95; Aug 10th, 2010 at 01:20 AM.