Can I tease up your taste buds today?
Beside heart, home is also where the goodies are!
Not just filled up with protein!
Want a little spice this holiday season?
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.
A plate of crisp, hot fried samosas with a cup of tea is definitely the favorite teatime snack in Karachi. Samosa is very popular here and they are available in many varieties. You can fill it up with spiced potatoes, lentils, onions, peas, macaroni, noodles or minced meat.
I haven’t shared any food recipe for quite some time now on my blog. The ones I shared earlier were mostly continental dishes. So now, I’m resuming back to this series and have decided to share some local cuisines from my country Pakistan.
And the very first one I’m about to share can certainly be termed as a magnum opus of Pakistani cuisine.
This dish is slow cooking.
Means you must be very patient with an empty stomach or you must have something else to eat around your home while you are preparing this.
In mood for a delicious chicken meal?
A crispy chicken thighs with lemon and thyme can be the answer you are looking for. It’s crisp, bit sour and full of taste.
Enjoy a super light meal which is light on ingredients but packs some real knock-out punches in taste.
This amazing chicken salad features berries of all kinds (you can skip any if you want to make your version) with a vinaigrette dressing.