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Pakistani Weekly Dinner Menu | Week 3

Sample weekly dinner menu 3. Deciding what to make for dinner can be exhausting. Here’s a Pakistani weekly dinner menu plan that will help you decide ‘what’s for dinner’ or as we say locally ‘aaj kia pakayein’

Sample weekly dinner menu 3. A Pakistani menu plan to help solve the exhausting question of 'what's for dinner' or as we say locally 'aaj kia pakayein'

Sample weekly dinner menu 3. A Pakistani menu plan to help solve the exhausting question of ‘what’s for dinner’ or as we say locally ‘aaj kia pakayein’

Monday – Aloo Bhurta.

Start off the week with a masaledaar vegetarian recipe, and make sure to store the leftovers to make a meal for another day.

Tuesday – Dahi Chicken.

Marinate chicken in yoghurt and spices the night before and cook it in the morning. Can be made with boneless or bone-in chicken.

Wednesday – Aloo Paratha with Loki Raita & Tamatar Chutney.

Use the leftover bhurta to make crispy aloo paratha’s and serve with a refreshing loki raita and spicy tamatar chutney. Recipe HERE.

Thursday – Chukander Gosht.

Time for some meat this week, and a delicious earthy combination is pairing it with beetroot or chukander.

Friday – Mutton Pulao

Friday calls for a special meal featuring aromatic mutton pulao with green chutney raita. YUM!

Saturday – Khaosuey

The weekend is the perfect time to invite family over and host a khaosuey party. Just keep it one dish, and increase the number of condiments so people can make their perfect bowl. Recipe HERE.

Originally from Burma, Khao-Suey is a popular dish among the Memon & Gujrati community of Pakistan. It comprises of noodles in a coconut or yoghurt based curry, with spicy chicken or beef and an array of condiments which will always include crisps or Slims and a squeeze of lemon juice.

Sunday – Kitchen closed.

Leftovers or take-away.

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