25 Pakistani Dishes Everyone Should Learn To Cook

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Make haleem once, and you’ll never go back.

A simple biryani

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Biryani can be made with either chicken or lamb and is traditionally served with a special yoghurt called raita. Find the recipe here.

Creamy moong daal

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If you're new to Pakistani cooking, daal is a good place to start. Moong daal, which is made with lentils, can be served with rice or naan and can be made either thick or soupy. Find a recipe here.

A milky cup of kashmiri chai

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A specialty tea with pistachio and almonds sprinkled on top, this milky chai is packed with flavour. Find a recipe here.

A warming bowl of nihari

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Although it's traditionally made with lamb, nihari can also be made with chicken or a meat substitute. It's typically served with naan bread and sprinkled with coriander, cut chillis, onions, ginger pieces, and lemon juice. Find a recipe here.


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