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Beyond the political and social turmoil that’s been part of the country for long now, Pakistan is a splendid looking place that can mesmerise you with its unrivalled natural grandeur. Along with the best of natural riches, the country impresses with its rich, spicy cuisine. And the country has so many amazing delicacies to offer, you will be spoilt for choice. Take a look!

 

Pakistani-Food

 

Biryani

The magna opus of Pakistani cuisine, something you cannot afford to miss while you are here; biryaani is made with chicken/mutton and rice.  They are both separately cooked and layers of the same are added one over the other till it fills the brim of the utensil and then it is steamed together as well. It is one of the most mouth-watering dishes you are going to have in your life.

 

Haleem

This soul-quenching soup is made of vegetables and lentils. It can be served with different bread or alone. There might also be meat in the soup. It is the perfect lunch/dinner preparation.

 

Kebab

This is made of minced meat and can be served dry or with gravy. It is usually served with different kinds of breads such as roti or naan, but it can also be enjoyed with vegetables.

 

Keema

Pakistani cuisine predominantly contains a lot of meat and Keema is another sumptuous dish made of minced meat. There are vegetables added sometimes and it is served with naan or different other kinds of breads.

 

Raita

This is basically a salad made with curd and things like cucumber, tomatoes, onions, and so on. There can be several other additions to the same and then it is seasoned with basic spices. There are several versions of Raita, and it can be complex or simple. The complex styles of the same are usually reserved for when people have guests over and the simpler versions are served at regular family dinners.

 

Lassi

This is one drink several countries in the Indian subcontinent serve with different variations. It is also known as buttermilk, and there is a lot of cream involved. It may be sweet or salty or both. It is usually served with meals or you can enjoy them alone on hot summer days.

 

Kashmiri Chai

Owning to the weather conditions, Kashmiri chai is like the hot chocolate of Pakistan. This pink, milky tea, which is sweet and garnished with finely chopped nuts, is something that will fill your stomach and quench your soul.

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