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“These are generally added in small quantities to spice up foods, but mirchi is considered an ingredient in its own right ... fresh chillies are ground up with salt to give a amazingly spicy paste called mirchi cha thecha (smashed chillies).”
“Hyderabad's cafes have 'mirchi' (big green chillies), it is a 'bhajiya' (what do you call a Bhajiya in English?) and 'Osmania' biscuits, and ofcourse the chhota samosa and the alu samosa.”
“But most of all, it convinces me that I am on the right track for only the truth has that special "mirchi" effect.”
“Over a period of four days, dabbawalas gave a dried red 'mirchi' (chilli) along with a sticker on the lunch boxes saying 'For more spice tune into Hello Mumbai'.”
“Jawa mirchi, which is a special Jodhpuri red chilli, is a must-add, "he smiles.”
“Flashback some weeks back which caused so much "mirchi" to the orange brigade in India was SRK's statement just after the IPL controversy that, "I truly believe Pakistan players should have been chosen.”
“Clockwise: Ghadichi Poli, Shrikhanda, pickle, Methichi bhaaji, Bharli mirchi and Varan bhat.”
“Haleem and nihari along with the biryanis and mirchi bhajjis became synonymous with Hyderabad.”
“They have various kinds, including ones made from potato (aloo) and hot chilis (mirchi), but the latter may not be advisable if you are not into the spicy.”
“Ramesh in the far enjoyed his Hyderabadi biryani with mirchi ka salan.”
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