Pakistani Plum Chutney Pakistani plum chutney that is called aloo bukhara ki chatni in Urdu, or simplified as aloo bukhara, has a more spicy taste and aroma compared to the relish alike. It has a sweet, tangy and spicy taste but with a simpler flavour. Maybe because it doesn’t use many ingredients or spices. You…
Chicken Shorba is just another type of chicken curry in Pakistani cuisine. Unlike chicken karahi that is slightly dry with little gravy in it, chicken shorba is a curry with soup-like gravy.
Matar Chawal, which means green pea rice is an essential sundry in Pakistani cuisines. This simple rice dish is packed with piquant flavour from whole spices with some delicate sweetness of green peas.
Kari Ayam is the Indonesian version of chicken curry that uses coconut milk with well-balanced spices and herbs. It’s simply delicious with plain white rice.
Decadent double chocolate chip muffins can be an indulgent way to start the day in the morning. Enjoy it with your favourite cuppa – either tea or coffee – you’ll definitely feel spoilt.
Nastar is basically the rich buttery shortcrust pastry with homemade sweet pineapple jam as the filling. It’s scrumptious and crumbly.
This pineapple jam has natural tanginess from the fruit and enough sweetness extracted from the fruit with a small amount of added sugar.
This cherry smoothie with yoghurt and without banana tastes deliciously creamy. A refreshingly nutritious drink for breakfast or any time of the day.
Yakhni mutton pulao rice is a delicious rice dish cooked with Yakhni (in Urdu) that means bone broth in English. It’s a simple dish that offers comfort and nutrition at the same time.
Yakhni or Yakni is an Urdu word for soup or broth. But, it particularly refers to the bone broth made with meat bones and whole spices that are often cooked for when someone is not well.