Kutti pi

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Kutti pi
TypeCurry
Place of originIndia
Main ingredientsAnimal fetus

Kutti pi (pronounced 'cootie-pie') is a dish from Anglo-Indian cuisine, consisting of the flesh of an unborn fetus from an animal; usually goat. It is unique to the Anglo-Indian community,[1] where it is considered a delicacy despite being abhorred as taboo by both parent cultures. [1]

The flesh of a fetus is not regular table-fare in any culture. The non-Anglo-Indian butchers' markets make efficient use of all other portions of the animals, but since the fetus is considered taboo by most Indians, even when goat fetus is available, those who seek it may not be able to buy it without difficulty. [2]

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