A part of traditional Kashmiri cuisine, wazwan is a 36-course dinner spread that has all meat-based dishes. Its preparation is considered as a point of pride in the Kashmiri culture. Usually served during weddings, wazwan is more than a meal. Feasting on it is almost like a ceremony, in which a group of four people sit on a white sheet and share the meal. Some of the popular dishes served in wazwan are tabak-maaz, which is meat of lamb ribs; daeni phoul, which is mutton meat; waza chicken, which are two cooked halves of whole chicken; Kashmiri methi, which is a stew made of lamb stomach and fenugreek; rista, which are Kashmiri meatballs made in red gravy; doodh ras, which is meat cooked in sweet milk gravy, etc.

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