Traditional Pakistani food
here are the traditional foods Pakistan
- Curry: Curry is a variety of dishes originating in the Indian subcontinent that use a complex combination of spices or herbs, usually including ground turmeric, cumin, coriander, ginger, and fresh or dried chilies.
Tikka, is a type of food from the Indian subcontinent. It is also known as teeka or teekka. “Tikka” refers to a piece of meat, such as a cutlet. The popular dish chicken tikka is made of chicken cutlets in a marinade.
Kulfi or Qulfi is a popular frozen dairy dessert originating from the Indian subcontinent during Mughal India. It is often described as “traditional Indian ice cream.
- Gulab jamun:
area milk-solid-based sweet from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, as well as Myanmar. It is also common in Mauritius, Fiji, southern and eastern Africa, Malay Peninsula, and the Caribbean countries of Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname andJamaica.
- Sindhi Biryani:
Sindhi Biryani is special meat and rice biryani dish originating from the Sindh province of Pakistan. Owing to its popularity, it forms one of the most consumed dishes of Pakistani cuisine and Sindhi cuisine. Sindhi biryani is served in nearly all the flights of Pakistan International Airlines.
Sajji is a dish originating from the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It consists of whole lamb or chicken, in skewers, marinated only in salt, sometimes covered with green papaya paste, stuffed with rice, then roasted over coals.
Wazwan is a multi-course meal in Kashmiri cuisine, the preparation of which is considered an art and a point of pride in Kashmiri culture and identity. Almost all the dishes are meat-based using lamb or chicken with few vegetarian dishes. It is popular throughout the Kashmir.
- Bun kabab:
Bun Kebab is a sandwich originating in Pakistan. Bun kebabs are a signature in Karachi, but they can be found all over Pakistan. They are usually sold from roadside stalls, side street vendors, and fast food restaurants.
Nankhatai is shortbread biscuits, originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India and Pakistan. The word Nankhatai is derived from Persian word Naan meaning bread and “Khatai” from an Afghan word meaning Biscuit. In Afghanistan and Northeast Iran, these biscuits are called Kulcha-e-Khataye.
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