|Type||Starter or snack|
|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Andhra Pradesh|
|Main ingredient(s)||Mince meat, flour, yogurt|
Lukhmi (Urdu: لقمی) is a typical mince savoury or starter of the cuisine of Hyderabad, India. The snack's authentic preparation includes stuffing with mutton-mince kheema. It is a non-vegetarian derivative of samosa; it is also shaped into a flat square patty, but the fillings could be different.Although, Unlike the samosa, the lukhmi is not of a triangular shape. 
The word comes from loqma or morsel.
Prepare the dough in yogurt, mixing it thoroughly until it becomes very smooth, and stuff it with minced meat.
Kheemey-ki-Lukhmi is still served as a starter in the authentic Hyderabadi weddings and other celebrations.
- "Metro Plus Delhi / Columns : The Sheen of Hyderabad". The Hindu. 2007-02-22. Retrieved 2014-03-07.
- "Badiya biryani". The Hindu. 2004-09-14. Retrieved 2014-03-07.
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