Best Punjabi Lunch; Sarsoun Ka Saag, Makkai Ki Roti and Achaar
Yummy Chunnay with Dahi and Coriandar (Dhaniya)
Delicious Channa Pulao, a Popular Dish
Mouth-watering Seekh Kababs
Tempting Beef Shami Kababs with Salad
Mouthwatering Chappal Kababs, a Favourite Dish in KPK
Kofta (Meat Balls) Curry
Appetizing Purrian Chunnay
Red Spicy Qatlama (Katlama): ‘Qatlama’ is a Pakistani spicy savory, which is made with dough mixed with chili powder, garam masala and red food coloring. Qatlama is actually a Pakistani version of the central Asian Katlama which is a pizza-like dish.
Local Pizza of Peshawar. These are naans and also called ‘masalidara rotai’ or tikala’ by locals of Peshawar. Tikala means food , khana, roti, etc in one of the many dialects of the Pashtu language.These naans have a variety of fillings and named according to those fillings, such as Qeema walay Naan, Aalu walay naan, Chicken naan, etc.
Samosa with Green Chutni
Preparation of Fresh Crispy Samosas
Gol Gappay: The Street Snack. The Gol Gappa is a popular street snack in all over Pakistan, especially in Lahore and Karachi. It consists of a round, hollow puri, fried crisp and mostly filled with ‘Imli ka Paani’ (Tamarind water). Some people also like it filled with tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, boiled pieces of potato, onion and chickpeas. This yummy delight is generally small enough to fit completely into one’s mouth.
Rasmalai, a Dessert
Jalebi, a Sweet Treat
Qulfa with Falooda: A Tasty Sweet Delight
Qulfi (Ice Cream) with Pistachio and Almond
Lassi (Buttermilk), a Favourite Pakistani Drink. Preparation of Lassi (Buttermilk) by ‘Pehlwaan Jee’
‘Fiqay ki Lassi’ (Shop located at Garhi Shahu, Lahore). It is the best Lassi in Lahore. Their classic ‘peray wali lassi’ is very popular.
Gannay Ka Russ (Sugarcane Juice)
Preparation of Gannay Ka Russ (Sugarcane Juice)
Baraf Ka Gola (Ice Candy)
Preparation of Baraf Ka Gola (Ice Candy)
‘Maroonda': Pakistani Rice Cracker, A Poor Man’s Dessert
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