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Zereshk Polo



Zereshk Polo is a combination of succulent chicken paired with a saffron rice pilaf studded with tiny dried barberries. Barberries, or in Persian, zereshk, are tart and tangy dried berries about the size of a currant. This dish includes layers of plain basmati rice and saffron-infused basmati rice that is flavored with dried barberries, butter, and a touch of sugar. The rice is served with slow-cooked chicken thighs that are simmered in onions, tomato, garlic, black pepper, and turmeric. This meal comes with a side of Mast-o-khiar (Yogurt dip with walnuts, mint, and rose petals) and  Shirazi Salad - cucumber, tomato, red onion, and mint salad.

This is a gluten-free dish.

Ingredients: Chicken Thighs, onion, garlic, tomato, tomato paste, black pepper, salt, turmeric, Basmati rice, Saffron, Zereshk, butter, sugar, canola oil

Mast-o-khiar (Yogurt dip with walnuts, mint, and rose petals) and  Shirazi Salad - cucumber, golden raisins, tomato, red onion, and mint salad.

Zereshk Polo

Zereshk Polo


Bo Ssäm

South Korea

If you are a foodie and you’ve heard of David Chang’s Momofuku restaurant in NYC, then you must have heard of his famous yet simple recipe for the traditional South Korean dish, Bo Ssäm. It is a slow-roasted pork shoulder cooked for 9 hours in a sugar-salt rub and served with lettuce, rice, ginger scallion sauce, kimchi, and Ssäm sauce. It is a super tender, slow-roasted pork shoulder that needs to be wrapped in rice and lettuce, then dipped in both sauces and devoured with a smidge of Kimchi. Get your hands dirty. 

Add a note if you want gluten-free Bo Ssäm - The dish will be served without Ssäm sauce. Add a note for Shell fish allergy.

Ingredients: Pork, kosher salt, sugar, scallion, ginger, tamari, sherry vinegar, canola oil, ssamjang, ssamjang, gochujang, bib lettuce, rice, kimchi. Gluten only in Ssäm sauce. Shellfish in Kimchi.

Bo Ssäm

Bo Ssäm

South Korea

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"I started Khipi out of my kitchen because I have an insatiable appetite for diverse, fresh homecooked meals and the lethargy of not wanting to cook and clean."

-Brinda Sen, Founder

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- Anthony Bourdain

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People often ask me what Khipi means. Khipi isn't an English fact it isn't even a real word. It is how my son would say "I'm hungry" when he was a year old. He was trying to say “khidey paychey” which means “I’m hungry” in my native language (Bengali). In many ways he inspired me to start this venture, he gave me the perspective to understand how invaluable it is for caregivers to provide cooked meals. This is an homage to my beloved Kabir and all caregivers who put so much soul to put fresh food on the table.

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