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"They say any woman who can survive a plate of tiingilar is a keeper."
Torian Cadera[src]

Tiingilar was an intensely spicy casserole made by members of the Mandalorian culture, using a blend of meat, vegetables, and potent spices. Tiingilar's spices gave the dish a pungent scent, enough to burn an individual's nasal passages. This effect was known as hetikles,[1] or "noseburn," when translated from the Mando'a language to Galactic Basic Standard. Prized by Mandalorians,[2] it was one of four qualities sought after in Mandalorian cooking,[1] and made tiingilar a favored dish of many Mandalorians.[3]

Behind the scenesEdit

Tiingilar first appeared in Star Wars canon in the Republic Commando novel, Order 66, written by author Karen Traviss and published September 16, 2008.[1] The dish was later mentioned in the massively multi-player online roleplaying game, Star Wars: The Old Republic, created by BioWare and released December 20, 2011.[3]

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