7 Pakistani Dishes Everyone Should Learn To Cook

Dishes Everyone
Dishes Everyone

Biryani can be made with either chicken or lamb and is traditionally served with a special yoghurt called raita.

1. A simple biryani

Pakistani biryani

Biryani can be made with either chicken or lamb and is traditionally served with a special yoghurt called raita.

2. Creamy moong daal

daal moong

If you’re new to Pakistani cooking, daal is a good place to start. Moong daal, which is made with lentils, can be served with rice or naan and can be made either thick or soupy.

3. A warming bowl of nihari

Pakistani nihari

Although it’s traditionally made with lamb, nihari can also be made with chicken or a meat substitute. It’s typically served with naan bread and sprinkled with coriander, cut chillis, onions, ginger pieces, and lemon juice.

4. Delicious keema

Pakistani keema

This is basically minced meat with loads of spices.

5. A healthy bown of haleem

Pakistani haleem

It may look like brown soup but haleem is actually a mixture of meat and lentils typically topped with lemon, friend onions, chillis, coriander, and ginger pieces.

6. Yummy naan

Pakistani naan

Naan bread is a staple part of many Pakistani meals and is the perfect accompaniment to curry.

7. A tasty chicken jalfrezi

chicken jalfrezi

Chicken jalfrezi is exciting because you can use whatever vegetables you have left over in it.


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