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    This is the most basic way of making potatoes in Karachi, Pakistan. Its best served with "Hara Raita" & Roti/Chapati. Some people also serve it with Daal Chawal as a side dish. Me & my siblings are all grown ups now but this is one dish we request our mother to make when we visit her. Lets just say this is OUR comfort food along some other Pakistani dishes. Note: If you are not big on spicy/hot food then you can adjust the amount of red chili powder.

    Recipe #465539

    I don't even remember how & when I came with this blend of ingredients but lets just say this is the ONLY recipe I ever use for making coleslaw & me being me who is always looking for new ways to make a recipe better has stopped looking for any thing extra. People I serve it to just love it & end up asking for the recipe. This recipe does not require a lot of ingredients & looks (not tastes) like the one served at KFC. White pepper just gives it the right "Zing" It tastes best the next day so I always make it a night before & always serve it slightly chilled. Note 1/2 small green cabbage or 340 grams pre cut cabbage/coleslaw mix packet will yield 3 1/2 cups grated cabbage.

    Recipe #465515

    I have been eating this dish since I was a child. I am not exactly sure if this is how Indonesian rice are actually made as this recipe is a bit on the spicy & savory side. Not as spicy as how many of my dishes are but very flavorful. When we are craving for rice but nothing too spicy like Biryani I usually end up making these rice. Although all of my siblings are living their own lives in a way but this is one recipe that really ties us from back in the days & is a family favorite.

    Recipe #437504

    Like many basic vegetable curries this recipe has it all. Only difference is I add lemon & garam masala powder at the end to give it a more aromatic flavor. You can also add meat in it after frying the onions & cook the meat along with tomatoes & spices till it gets done. Then add courgettes & follow the rest of the recipe.

    Recipe #400409

    Back in the days when I was a child every time my mother made this dish it was considered a treat among me & my siblings. Besides potatoes & peas, okra/ladyfinger is another all time favorite vegetable among the Pakistani population. It is usually served with roti/chapatti & yogurt or sometimes with Masoor Dal (lentil) here is the recipe of a basic okra curry that was passed down from my grandmother to my mom & down to me. It’s the tomatoes that give it a different taste compared to the other recipes posted so far. Note if you want to make "Bhindi Gosht" (Okra curry with mutton) after frying the onions add mutton, let it cook on medium low heat for 20 minutes, then follow the rest of the recipe. You can also add 1/2 cup water to make it a little saucy.

    Recipe #400335

    Growing up in Dubai there was a tiny restaurant my father would occasionally take us to. They were famous for & only served Zanzibari Pulao along with a cold glass of the drink Tang. After moving out of Dubai the only option I had to still eat the pulao was to come up with something at home. After many trials my mom came up with this chutney recipe. This chutney is part of the Zanzibari Pulao that I have posted. Pakistani Bhagaare Chawal (Stir Fried Rice) or Zanzabari Pulao recipe #282570 Soon I'll post Zanzibari Fried Fish's recipe as well. Already warning people with low tolerance to spices. This chutney is spicy & sour . It can be stored in an air tight jar for 2 weeks in the fridge.

    Recipe #400284

    After so many try outs I finally came with the right fusion for this recipe. Pulao is one of Punjabi people's favorite dish. Its a must serve on all occasions in Pakistan's Punjab province. If you don't want the Karachi style you can omit tomatoes, anise seeds and fresh mint.

    Recipe #331517

    This is a really easy & quick recipe. And guys, I am already warning people with no tolerance to spicy food. Beware. This can be the most spiciest food ever. You can always lessen the amount of red chilli paste in eat but in my views you'll ruin the whole point of this dish. Its one of my all time favorites. I always make this dish with Bhagaar walay chawal( stir fried rice) & spicy green chutney & serve it wit sliced lettuce & cucumbers. For a perfect taste do not add all ingredients at once. The timing in when you add what to a dish while cooking makes a big difference in its taste. Enjoy till you start sweating :)

    Recipe #282659

    Although this recipe has no major ingredient than rice. It has a very unique taste because of the garam masalas in it. I usually substitute it with plain white rice for meals when I am craving for something less bland. This is also a part of Zanzibari Pulao's recipe. Zanzibari Chutney (Part of Zanzibari Pulao/Pilaf) recipe #(will update soon)

    Recipe #282570

    This is one of the quickest & yet tastiest meal one can make in emergency situations. Although a lot of people usually have the same recipe for Matar (Greenpeas) Pulao & this Pulao. This recipe is way different than the usual Pulao recipe. This one is a bit spicy & more "masalay daar" as I call it. If you are not used to have it that spicy u can always lessen the quantity of chillie powder. A good tip while making any kind of Pulao is that after you add rice in the water mixture. Cook on a high heat till the water dries up completely & then cover & simmer it on low heat, otherwise you'll end up with a mushy halwa rather than your regular Pulao rice. Ginger garlic paste is also optional in this recipe. Yeah yeah I know its the core ingredient in Pakistani dishes but you can skip it if you want.

    Recipe #282565

    Before posting this recipe I checked recipezaar to see if it was already posted. There are many chutney recipes with either coriander or tamarind or even both ingredients but none of them has the core ingredient crushed red peppers. This chutney is spicy & sour at the same time. It can be stored in a tight lid jar for almost a month in the fridge. Enjoy it with snacks or just plain kababs or Kichdi.

    Recipe #276267

    Just made the halwa like half an hr ago. Loved how it tasted. In addition to raisons u can also add cocounut. Or for Halwa puri style halwa u can add a 1/2 teaspoon yellow color & omit the raisons.

    Recipe #231246

    This recipe is for people who are more into spicy desi food. U can serve these kababs as appetizers, with Daal Chawal or even make Bun Kababs from them. For people who like their kababs crispier they can roll the kababs in bread crumbs after dippen them in eggs. Also before making every kabab if u put some oil in the palm of yr hands they won't stick & the shape would come out better.

    Recipe #230917

    Rather than the regular Biryani, Sindhi Biryani is more spicy and tasty. Don't know whether it originates from Sindh or not. Just make sure about one thing if you don't want your rice overly cooked, keep on checking them while you r boiling them and drain them as soon as you turn off the heat. Do NOT leave them in the water once you turn off the heat. You can also add some vinegar while boiling the rice so they won't stick together. Note, you can also substitute mutton with chicken. Potatoes are not necessary if you use Chicken though. P.S For Desi people the rice measurement is 5 tea cups and not mugs.

    Recipe #175950


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