Buzkashi Menu and Prices updated 2021

Musharraf Palwan debunks the legend that the game was invented by Genghis Khan in the 13th century. Buzkashi, he claims, stretches back approximately 3000 years, to Alexander the Great’s invasion of Afghanistan. Buzkashi, an Afghan eatery in Porter Square, is now a competitor… The famous, and famously overexposed, enlarged photograph.

Buzkashi Menu and Prices:

Appetizers

Aushak $5.00
Ravioli filled with fresh chopped scallions, served on yogurt, mint and garlic sauce, topped with ground beef and mint.
Mantwo $5.00
Homemade pastry shells frilled with onions and beef, served on yogurt and topped with carrots, yellow split-peas and beef sauce.
Scallion Bowlani $5.00
Pan-fried twin pastry shells filled with fresh chopped leeks and scallions, garnished with yogurt and mint.
Potato Bowlani $5.00
Pan-fried twin pastry shells filled with spicy potatoes, garnished with yogurt and mint.
Banjan $5.00
Pan-fried eggplant seasoned with spices and served on our mint and garlic yogurt sauce.
Beef Samosa $4.00
Two pieces of crispy turnover pastries stuffed with ground beef.
Vegetable Samosa $4.00
Two pieces of crispy turnover pastries stuffed with potatoes, tomatoes, onions, and coriander.

Soups

Aush $4.00
Homemade noodle soup served with beef sauce and mint yogurt.
Chicken Soup $4.00
Homemade chicken soup.

Salads

Shornakhod $4.00
Potatoes and chick peas on a bed of mixed greens, served with cilantro vinaigrette dressing.
Salata $4.00
Mixed green salad served with balsamic vinaigrette or pomegranate dressing.

Side Dishes

Sabzi $5.00
Spinach sauteed with onion, tomatoes, pepper, garlic, and turmeric.
Kaddo $5.00
Pan-fried then baked baby pumpkin seasoned with sugar and served on yogurt garlic sauce, topped with ground beef sauce.
Bendi $5.00
Okra sauteed with onions, fresh tomatoes, black pepper and garlic.

Entrees

All entrees served with Afghan bread and homemade sauces.
Qabelee $14.00
Pallow rice baked with chunks of lamb shanks, raisins and glazed julienne of carrots.
Dwopiaza $15.00
Marinated, then grilled leg of lamb chunks, sauteed with yellow split-peas and tossed with onions lightly marinated in vingera, served with garlic mushrooms and pallow rice.
Chowpan $17.00
Marinated lamb loin chops, grilled and served with sauteed eggplant and pallow rice.
Seekh Kabab $15.00
Marinated leg of lamb chunks, grilled and served with sauteed eggplant and pallow rice.
Mantwo $11.00
Homemade pastry shells frilled with onions and beef, served on yogurt and topped with carrots, yellow split-peas and beef sauce.
Aushak $11.00
Ravioli filled with fresh chopped scallions, served on yogurt, mint and garlic sauce, topped with ground beef and mint.
Sabzi Challo $13.00
Spinach sauteed with chunks of lamb and Afghan seasonings, served with challow rice.
Kourma Challow $13.00
Lamb sauteed with Afghan seasonings and a variety of vegetables, served with challow rice.
Beef Boti Kabab $17.00
Chunks of beef, marinated in an onion and garlic sauce, grilled and served with sauteed lentils and pallow rice.
Koufta Challow $11.00
Beef meatballs with Afghan seasonings sauteed in a fresh tomato sauce, served with challow rice.
Mourgh Kabab $12.00
Grilled chicken breast chunks sauteed with spices and yellow split-peas and yogurt, cilantro and curry, served with challow rice.
Chapli Kebab $12.00
Sauteed ground beef patty with herbs and spices, served with mushrooms or spinach and pallow rice.
Chicken Seekh Kebab $12.00
Minced leg of chicken with Afghan seasonings grilled on skewers and served with mushrooms or spinach and pallow rice.
Beef Seekh Kebab $12.00
Very lean minced beef with Afghan seasonings grilled on skewers and served with mushrooms or spinach and pallow rice.
Kourma Mahe $15.00
Salmon fish kourma served with vegetarian challow rice.

Vegetarian Appetizers

Aushak $5.00
Ravioli filled with fresh chopped scallions, served on yogurt, mint and garlic sauce, topped with yellow split-peas and caroot sauce.
Bowlani $5.00
Pan-fried twin pastry shells, one filled with fresh chopped scallions, the other with spicy potatoes, garnished with mint yogurt.
Banjan $5.00
Pan-fried eggplant seasoned with spices and served on our mint and garlic yogurt sauce.
Kaddo $5.00
Pan-fried, the baked baby pumpkin seasoned with sugar and served on our mint and garlic yogurt sauce.

Vegetarian Entrees

Special $12.00
A platter of baked pumpkin, pan-fried eggplant, sauteed spinach, and okra sauteed in fresh tomatoes, served with vegetarian pallow.
Gulpea and Shalghum Challow $11.00
Cauliflower sauteed with tomato, onion, garlic, and fresh cilantro. Turnips sauteed with fresh ginger, hot pepper and sugar, served with vegetarian challow rice.
Aushak $11.00
Afghan ravioli filled with fresh chopped scallions, served on a yogurt, mint, garlic suace, topped with yellow split-peas and carrot sauce.
Sabzi Challow $11.00
Spinach sauteed with Afghan seasonings, served with garlic mushrooms and vegetarian challow rice.
Palak Paneer $11.00
Sauteed spinach with Afghan seasonings (Kourma style) with cheese, served with vegetarian challow rice.

Beverages

Green Tea $2.00
Typical Afghani tea
Black Tea or Coffee $3.00
Decaffinated Coffee $3.00
Turkish Coffee $3.00
Lassi $3.00
Sweet or salty yogurt drink
Mango Lassi $4.00
Mango flavored sweet yogurt drink
Soda $3.00
Pepsi, Coke, Sprite, 7-Up, and diet versions.
Aquafina Water/Sparkling Water $2.00

Specialty Drinks

All wines and beers are non-alcoholic.
Red Wine $4.00
White Wine $4.00
Beer $3.00

Desserts

Baklava $4.00
Layers of homemade thin pastry with walnuts, almots and pistachio spiced with cinnamon and cloves then baked and coated with honey caramel.
Fereney $4.00
Cream pudding topped with fresh kiwi, mango, raspberry, blueberry, and strawberry.
Sheerberaing $4.00
Rice pudding served with pistachio and cardamom.
Gajar ka Halwa $4.00
Grated carrots cooked with almonds, pistachios and honey.
Kulfi $4.00
Pistachio ice cream served with figs and pineapple.
Sheerekh $4.00
Homemade ice cream served with pistachio, figs and pineapple.

* DISCLAIMER: Information shown on the website may not cover recent changes. For current price and menu information, please contact the restaurant directly.

CONCLUSION:

Musharraf Palwan debunks the legend that the game was invented by Genghis Khan in the 13th century. Buzkashi, he claims, stretches back approximately 3000 years, to Alexander the Great’s invasion of Afghanistan. Buzkashi, an Afghan eatery in Porter Square, is now a competitor… The famous, and famously overexposed, enlarged photograph.Keep an eye on our website formore menus.

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