Desi Dining In Ramadan

A friend of mine, who lives in Islamabad, has made a habit of enjoying a meal once every Ramadan in Kartarpura, a food street of Rawalpindi.

Dating back to the pre-partition era of 1940s, this place is known for its exotic local, aka desi, delicacies and varieties.

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Irresistible Chutney

Chutney is an essential item on a Pakistani dining table. Be it a lunch, dinner or an evening snack meal, chutney will give your food an extra edge of spiciness and taste, making your ordinary food into something really special.

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Pakistani Style Singaporean Rice

We Pakistanis love to spice up things. Whether it is about decorating our rooms or making adjustments in our kitchen, we love to do things in a unique way to satisfy our needs. And also to impress our relatives and friends 🙂

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Special Brown Chicken Karahi

Cooking is a real fun for those who not only like to taste exotic dishes but also want to try out themselves in their own kitchen. Depending upon what they cook, the usage of multiple cooking ware is one obvious thing.

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Simple Bun Kebab And Chutney

In Karachi, the street food stands out high among the rest. We do have cafes and restaurants here but the joy of eating out in the open, if you are shopping in local market or just stepped out from your office for lunch, is priceless. Continue reading “Simple Bun Kebab And Chutney”

A Hot Cup Of Kashmiri Tea

What a day it has been for the world, isn’t it?

Don’t worry! I’m not dragging you back in the mud because it is all over now and the world already knows who is the winner. In case you have no idea what am I talking about, then switch over to the news channel and try to soak as much as you can.

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