Aloo Gosht – the meat and potato curry in Pakistani style – is the one you’ll want for comfort food. It’s delicious with plain Basmati rice and equally tasty to have with naan bread or chapati. Whichever you choose, it’s a perfect dish for your curry night .
These chicken tikka strips are so tasty to have as they are with salad or pair them with bread slices to make chicken tikka sandwich. It’s packed with flavour but with the right amount spice aroma and zesty tanginess. Perfect for light lunch or barbecue menu.
This chicken and peppers curry have a spicy aroma with the succulent chicken and sweet juicy bell peppers. It’s a good choice for your next curry night and I promise your loved ones will be grateful to you.
This lamb burger kebab is for burger lovers who love spicy food. The kebab is meltingly tender and juicy. The onions and the spice make the burger flavoursome and simply delicious.
This Aloo keema, or minced meat and potato curry, is a quite popular home food menu among Indian/ Pakistani cuisines. It’s quite a rich meat dish that is lovely to enjoy with roti/ chapati, naan bread, pitta bread, or just with plain Basmati rice.
This Pakistani whole Mung bean dal, or Mung bean curry recipe, is a comfort dish you’d like to enjoy with plain Basmati rice, naan bread, chapati, or pitta bread. You can cook it in a pressure cooker for only 15 minutes that it’s become an easy nutritious menu when you don’t have much time.
Pakistani Dahi Baray is literally lentil dumplings soaked in yoghurt sauce. They’re fluffy and light with creamy yoghurt sauce and tamarind sauce drizzle. A perfect starter for summer days.
Keema matar is a curry dish of minced meat with green peas. And this recipe is based on Pakistani way of cooking. It’s flavoursome with not-too-overpowering spice aroma.
This easy to make chicken kebab recipe uses minced chicken. It makes delicious kebab patties that will please everybody, including your little ones.