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- ‘we never eat dahi at night’Indian term for yogurt
- ‘My personal favourite is the dahi, the taste of which is truly something else.’
- ‘The bowls may hold vegetables such as eggplant, potatoes, beans, dal, and dahi (curds).’
- ‘Between mouthfuls of biryani, feast on the accompanying Mirchi ka Salan or Baghair Baingan, Dal Makhni, raitas, spread of salads, dahi, and tempting desserts.’
- ‘So you could pick up 6 chapattis and some dahi on your way home.’
- ‘In summers it is dahi, set in a flat earthen vessel that is used in many a chaat.’
From Hindi dahī curds.
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