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    Yahni, yahniya, or yakhni is a class of foods found in many countries from the Balkan Peninsula to the Indian subcontinent. In Pakistan, yakhni is simply stock or broth. It is often the base for many foods including pilaf and other 'shorbas' or soups. In Greek, Turkish, and Persian cuisine, it is a stew of meat, fish, or vegetables in a browned-onion base with tomatoes and olive oil. In Bulgarian cuisine, sunflower oil is used instead of olive oil. Some local variation of Turkish yahni: ⁕Ayvalı dana yahni ⁕Burgonya usulü sığır yahnisi ⁕Karidesli acılı yahni ⁕Tavuk yahnisi ⁕Çömlekte kuru kayısı yahnisi ⁕Dana eti yahnisi ⁕Etli pırasa yahnisi ⁕Kabak yahnisi ⁕Karın yahnisi ⁕Tatlı yahni ⁕Kırmızı mercimekli yahni ⁕Papaz yahnisi ⁕Pirinçli biftek yahnisi ⁕Sakız yahnisi ⁕Sebzeli balık yahnisi ⁕Ekşili yahni ⁕Soğanlı yahni


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stew(noun)

(a dish of) stewed meat etc

I've made some beef stew.

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