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Bursting with flavor and lots of vibrant colors, aloo gobi matar sabzi is a Pakistani vegetarian recipe that can be served as a main meal or as a side dish with rice or roti.
Pakistani Recipes/ Potatoes/ Recipes/ Vegetarian

Aloo Gobi Matar Sabzi

Bursting with flavor and lots of vibrant colors, aloo gobi matar sabzi is a Pakistani vegetarian recipe that can be served as a main meal or as a side dish with rice or roti. For the past couple of weeks, I have focused on introducing more regular recipes on the blog. Recipes that are cooked on a daily basis in the house; the daal, sabzi, gosht and chawal. Not all of them together, of course, but a combination of them…

Aloo Hari Pyaz is a simple to prepare Pakistani vegetarian recipe made with potatoes and spring onions. It can be ready in less than 30 minutes.
Dinner/ Pakistani Recipes/ Potatoes/ Vegetarian

Aloo Hari Pyaz or Potatoes with Spring Onions

Aloo Hari Pyaz is a simple to prepare Pakistani vegetarian recipe made with potatoes and spring onions. It can be ready in less than 30 minutes. The humble potato is a vegetable that almost everyone loves, and of course it is made in many different ways in our house. Here is another simple vegetarian sabzi featuring potatoes, and this time it’s with spring onions or hari piyaaz. It’s a simple recipe, and can be ready in under 30 minutes. Would…

This fish curry with coconut milk is made with boneless fish fillets in a traditional Pakistani style salan with onions, yoghurt and spices with a can of coconut milk to make a rich and creamy gravy.
Dinner/ Pakistani Recipes/ Seafood

Fish Curry with Coconut Milk

This fish curry with coconut milk is made with boneless fish fillets in a traditional Pakistani style salan with onions, yoghurt and spices and a can of coconut milk to make a rich and creamy gravy. This fish curry is the first seafood recipe being posted on the blog. Fish was rarely cooked in our household growing up, and of course that’s why I never got the chance to cook with it. However, for the last few months, I have…

Chicken Curry or Murghi ka salan is a staple at the Pakistani dinner table. This particular version is made with a base of onions and tomatoes, and is best served with roti.
Chicken/ Dinner/ Pakistani Recipes/ Recipes

Murghi ka Salan | Chicken Curry with Onion and Tomatoes

Chicken Curry or Murghi ka salan is a staple at the Pakistani dinner table. This particular version is made with a base of onions and tomatoes. Chicken Curry, Chicken ka Salan or well Murghi ka Salan if we are talking about proper translations is a dinner staple of the Pakistani household. The salan or gravy / curry in English is eaten with rice or roti. It can consist of any meat but with health problems on the rise these days…

Dinner/ Pakistani Recipes/ Potatoes/ Recipes/ Vegetarian

Zeera Aloo ki Sabzi (Spiced Cumin Potatoes with Gravy)

Zeera aloo ki sabzi is a Pakistani vegetarian dish comprising of sliced potatoes seasoned with cumin seeds and chili in a simple but delicious gravy. Serve with raita and chutney for a comforting dinner. Not many people like vegetables, but if there was one vegetable that everyone loved, it would be potatoes. Crispy French fries, potato wedges, mashed potatoes or perhaps a baked potato with sour cream, there’s got to be a recipe that you just can’t get enough of.…

Lifestyle

Sunday Rambles: Chai, Chai Mugs & More

How many of you love Chai? I’m far from the 10-cups-of-Chai-a-day person. But I savor the moment whenever I have it. One needs peace for chai indulgence while reading something on the side. Knowing me, it is almost always a cookbook or food magazine. The secret ingredient in my Chai A pinch of Earl Grey Twinings is my secret ingredient. I use the regular tea for it’s strong karak flavor along with just a tiny bit of Earl Grey for…

Pakistan/ Travel Diaries

Travel Diaries: 7 things I learnt from my trip to Skardu

My trip to Skardu in Gilgit Baltistan was beautiful, stunning, chaotic and more than a little adventurous. You can check out my detailed blog posts on Shigar, Khaplu Palace & Deosai Plains or you can just read ahead to learn what to do & not to do when planning a trip to the northern areas in Pakistan. 1. Buy a map – do your research I know we are used to ‘Googling’ everything but in remote places like these a…