Biryani is a mixture of delicious yellow rice and either chicken or beef. The rice gets its color from an assortment of spices and herbs, which also adds an incredible flavor. To top it off, it contains perfectly cooked lemons, tomatoes, and potatoes.
HalwaPuri is a special type of breakfast food type in Pakistan. It is normally originated from Punjab but it is famous all over the world for the very good taste and for its eye catching color. Halwa is a sweet but very popular dish that involves Suji, which is a kind of flour and sugar mostly, while Puri is made out of gram flour that is then deep fried in the oil.
Chicken karahi also known as gosht karahi (when prepared with goat or lamb meat instead of chicken) and kadai chicken is a Pakistani dish noted for its spicy taste and usage of capsicum. This sumptuous gravy enjoyed best with naans or rotis will leave you craving for more.
Samosas are a filling snack made out of a flour-coated triangular crust filled with green chilies, an assortment of finely chopped herbs, and boiled potatoes. You can also stuff them with various meats, such as lamb, chicken, and beef mince. These flavorful bites are so filling that you may not want a main dish afterward.
Kheer is the most famous traditional dessert in the country. It is a rice pudding made of rice, sugar, and milk. It combines an assortment of nuts, such as almonds, pistachios, and cashews, as well as saffron and cardamom to give it an alluring tinge that melts in your mouth with each bite.
Nihari is basically a strong stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly shank meat of beef or lamb and mutton, goat meat and chicken, along with bone marrow.
People cooked it overnight and they got it in the early morning at sunrise. It is a popular dish and is regarded as the national dish of Pakistan. The dish is known for its spiciness and taste. The cooking process allows the dish to absorb the flavour of the bone marrow fully.
Raira is sort of like a very good salad dressing that is used usually with spicy foods as a way to cool them a bit down. There are a few raita recipes that vary from “simple raita” to “complex raita”, but usually simple raita is served when having a normal family dinner and the fancier one is served when guests come over. Or you could simply eat someone out and order any type of raita that you like.