A paratha is something like a fried flatbread that is originated in Indian Subcontinent in 1500 A.D. The word ‘paratha’ comes from word ‘parat’ which meand cooked layers of flour dough. Paratha is one of the most famous breakfast in Pakistan and India.
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Gur wale chawal or sweet rice or jaggery rice is originated in the Indian subcontinent. It is famous for its sweet taste in Pakistan. Sweet brings happiness to faces and this dish works well in this case.
Karela or bitter gourd/bitter melon is a unique fruit or vegetable which is used for cooking and also for the treatment of some diseases. Some people call it fruit and some people call it vegetables.
Gulab jamun is a dry milk based sweet dish originated in Indian subcontinent. It is a “mithai” which means dessert. The main ingredient of this recipe is khoya which is known as dry milk.
Daal makhni is an Asian dish originated in Indian Subcontinent. Its primary ingredients are black lentil, white beans and butter. The word daal means lentil and makhni means butter.
Biryani is a rice and meat dish which is originated in Indian Subcontinent. It is made with any type of meat and special Indian spices includes garam masala, zeera (cumin seeds) etc. Fish haryali biryani is a unique type of biryani which is not cooked on daily.
Biryani is a rice and meat dish which is originated in Indian Subcontinent. Satrangi biryani is a kind of biryani which is known of its colours. We use 4 different colours to prepare this.
This delicious dish is very similar to ordinary samosa which is one of the most famous dishes of Pakistan. Samosa rolls are cooked widely in Muslims community specially in Ramadan.
A paratha is a kind of a flatbread that is originated in Indian subcontinent and is very famous in countries like Pakistan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka etc. The word paratha is derived from two words parat and atta which means many layers of doughs.
Meat dishes are very traditional in Pakistan, especially when fried. In fact, when the chicken is baked in its own oil and water, it contains Pakistani aromas like crushed spices, Zardchal, and joined it.