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Samosa Pinwheels Recipe

Pinwheel Samosa Hello there Sooper foodies! Say hello to the tasty and innovative pinwheel samosa recipe by sooperchef! Samosa is one of the most loved fritters and snacks of Pakistan. No matter if it’s being made for a common evening tea snack or being prepared for an auspicious iftar during the holy month of Ramadan, it is indeed one of the most desired street snacks for the population of the entire Indian subcontinent. There is a huge variety of samosas eaten in Pakistan like the delectable chicken cheese samosa recipe, the tasty daal samosa recipe, the hearty mince samosa recipe and the new and innovative chicken cheese corn samosa recipe that is sure to tingle your taste buds. The peculiarly shaped Pinwheel samosa recipe is the most recent addition to the delicious samosa family on sooperchef’s menu. Samosas are basically a deep fried street nibble whose genesis is believed to be Indian; on the other hand, it is relished all over the Mediterranean, South and North Africa, Arabian Peninsula and Central Asia. Typically, the Samosa is triangular and tetrahedral shape but not in the case of the pinwheel samosa; the pinwheel samosa looks very much like a rolled cutlet and has a disc like shape. The dough of the pinwheel samosa is very dissimilar from the flatbread “patti” which is used in the other varieties of the samosa family. The bread of the pinwheel samosa recipe is stuffed with potatoes, carrots, boiled peas, boiled kidney beans (lobia), brown onion and butter while you can always use your very own choice of ingredients for the cause. Find the complete pinwheel samosa recipe and entire preparation method in Urdu on to sooperchef.pk.

Katlama

Katlama Recipe Pakistan is the land of gluttons and spicy food lovers, and nothing says spicy better than a good ol’ tasty katlama recipe. This savory, hot and spicy flatbread is the Pakistani counterpart of the Italian pizza but our version is obviously the tastier and more flavorsome one. This tasty recipe is prevalent in the Punjab province of Pakistan especially in the historic city of Lahore; it is served as a popular street snack. Many other spicy and tangy recipes like the peri peri chicken, the spicy tawa fish recipe, chicken qeema paratha recipe, mutton champ recipe and delectable Mutton Nihari Recipe can be found on the sooperchef.pk menu. For the preparation of a katlama, dough spiced with chili powder and garam masala is prepared which is then added with food colors, mostly red. This dough is then made into small balls which are sprinkled with washed urad daal (locally known as daal mash), coriander and dried pomegranate seeds. Prior to the deep frying process, the katlama is covered in a coating made with chickpea powder paste locally known as besan. In some cases, the katlama is made with a coating of minced meat inside or on the dough and then fried in oil. The vegetarian version of the katlama is primarily served on the eastern side of Lahore. You can download the complete preparation method of the katlama recipe in Urdu and English language from sooperchef.pk. You can also acquire assistance from our two-minute instant video guide that provides step by step guide for new chefs.

Popular Iftar Recipes

Enjoy Delicious Iftar Recipes with Sooperchef.pk

Iftar is one of the religious following in the month of Ramadan and is often done collectively with family, friends and relatives. People gather together at the dinner table to break their fast together during the time of Iftar. Iftar is performed at the time of Maghrib Azan, which is almost around the time of sunset. Sunnah is to break the Iftar with three dates and water but it is not mandatory to do so. The Sunnah of our Holy Prophet to break the Iftar is followed by the Muslims all across the globe. Majority of Muslims believe the fact that feeding other people at the time of Iftar is a righteous act and charity that promotes the highest value of charity.

Most Famous Iftar recipes

As the alarm sirens of Iftar just before the Adhan rings, every Muslim in Pakistan feels the ultimate joy to break the Roza and then follows the call of Maghrib Prayer. Preparation of Special Iftar recipes to be cooked at home starts almost two to three hours before the actual time of Iftar. Sooperchef.pk brings you the variety of easy to cook Iftar recipes in Urdu for your comfort to try delicious range of dishes at home. Almost all of the restaurants across the country offer wide range of Iftar buffets to cater the taste and delicacies of every individual in Pakistan. Iftar is commonly known for having a wide range cooking recipes like sweet dishes, Iftar snacks, delicious desserts and majority of savory food items like Russian salad, Chicken Manchurianjalebi, samosas, pakoras, shami kabab, best served with mint chutney, ketchup, sausages etc. Although Iftar also consists of staple food such as dates, fresh drinks & juices and milk shakes.

Other Iftar Recipes such as fruit salads, Spring rolls, club sandwiches, dahi baray, fried chips are very common to be served at the dinner table. Iftar is usually followed up by a regular late night dinner during the night. Mostly people use to combine Iftar and dinner together but that seems to be unhealthy for health. There must be a separation between Iftar and dinner for two to three hours for maintaining your health routine. You can try eating Chicken Karahi, Chicken Manchurian, Chicken Roast Recipe, Malai Boti Recipe, Boneless Handi recipes, desserts like fruit trifle, etc. for the Iftar dinner.

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