Special Pakistani Recipes in Urdu & English


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Daal Chawal and Fried Green Chillies

Daal Chaawal recipe in Urdu & English If you are one of the folks who is looking for a light and tasty meal then the daal chaawal recipe from sooperchef.pk is the green light for you! Daal chaawal is the most well known and admired combinations of the Indian subcontinent and is eaten all over Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Most of the countries know daal chaawal as their staple food. Sometimes daal chaawal are also known as “daal bhat”, bhat referring to the steamed/ boiled rice which is supplemented by a soup of lentils, commonly known as daal. This daal is prepared with as an assortment of onions, garlic, ginger, chili, tomatoes, and tamarind, in addition to legumes, beans, and lentils. The assortment is seasoned with spices and herbs like coriander, turmeric, cumin and garam masala. Daal chaawal is served with a variety of supplementary items like chutney (sauce made with ground mint and green chilies), achar (traditional Indian pickle made with vegetables) and raita (yogurt mixed with cumin, salt, and black pepper). Apart from being poured over rice, daal is also commonly eaten with roti, chapatti, and parathas. One of the biggest benefits of daal chawal is that this tasty and highly nutritious dish is easy to prepare and very light on the stomach which can be digested easily. Daal chaawal can also be completed with a salad made with tomatoes, celery, lettuce, and cucumbers etc. you can learn the art of preparing this delectable daal chaawal recipe by logging on to sooperchef.pk and download the complete recipe In Urdu and English language for free.

Zarda

Zarda Recipe in Urdu & English Foodies with a sweet-tooth for traditional Pakistani desserts are in luck as SooperChef presents its delightful Zarda recipe. This colorful, sweet and tasty rice based recipe is the ultimate food for happiness as it is prepared on many auspicious occasions like Eid, weddings and other social gatherings. There are many other delectable dessert recipes on the sooperchef.pk menu like sheer khurma, lab-e-Shireen, Shahi Kheer and Shahi tukra. Zarda has long been a traditional dessert in the Indian subcontinent and is made with boiled rice, milk which is sweetened with sugar or in some cases jaggery, and flavored with cardamoms, cinnamons, raisins, saffron, almonds, cashews, pistachios, and walnuts. The unique and peculiar trait of Zarda is that it is added with a bright yellow or orange food color. This is the reason behind the name of the recipe “Zarda” which is a derivation from the Urdu and Persian word “zard” which means yellow. Zarda is treated and served as a dessert after the main course meal and is prevalent in many rural parts of Pakistan and is served steaming hot in weddings and other happy occasions. Sometimes, the Zarda is confused with Mutanjan which is also a rice recipe with boiled rice and milk, but the only difference between the two is that Mutanjan is prepared with different colored rice while Zarda rice is only orange or yellow in color. Sometimes the Zarda recipe is garnished with candied fruits which are known as murabba. You can find the complete Zarda recipe on sooperchef.pk.

Lab-e-Shireen

Special Lab-e-Shireen RecipeBakra Eid is on its way and a nothing defines Eid celebrations like a good old bowl of creamy, milky sweet and tasty lab-e-Shireen recipe. This delectable and creamy sweet dish is one of the most beloved desserts of Pakistan and foodies of all age eat in with great delight. There is a wide range of varieties of delectable recipes on the sooperchef menu like sheer Khurma, the delectable Shahi kheer, mirror glaze cheesecake and the crumbly Nan khatai. Unlike primitive and traditional desserts like halwa and Shahi Kheer, which have been prevalent in the subcontinent for centuries, the lab-e-Shireen recipe is merely ten to five years old. It gained popularity with the advent of commercially packed colored and flavored vermicelli recipes with the combination of milk and fruits. Soon it gained so much popularity that it was commonly served as dessert in houses at auspicious occasions like Eid and as a famous dessert in restaurants. It is also a very prevalent and well-admired recipe for dessert in matrimonial functions. The contemporary recipe of the lab-e-shireen is an assortment of vanilla powder, colored and flavored vermicelli, custard, milk, sugar and different fruits like sliced apples, bananas, peaches, grapes, pears, and apricots. Dry fruits and nuts like pine nuts, pistachios, almonds, walnuts, and raisins are often used for garnishing and dressing purposes. You can find the complete Lab-e-Shireen recipe and its entire preparation method in Urdu and English language on sooperchef.pk. You can also acquire assistance from our step by step, instant, two-minute video guide.

Mutton Korma

Mutton Korma Recipe in Urdu & EnglishThe celebrations of Bakra Eid  are about to commence and there’s no better recipe that says festivity other than the delectable Mutton Korma recipe. This traditional Pakistani recipe is one of the most beloved recipes of the country and served at many occasions like parties, social gatherings and wedding ceremonies etc. there are many other traditional recipes that you should take a look on the Sooperchef menu which include the special nargisi kofta, the delectable namkeen tikka boti, the tasty and nutritious qeema Karahi recipe and the creamy chicken malai boti recipe etc. the korma is basically a meat curry recipe in which the meat or vegetables are braised with cream or yogurt, water or stock along with the addition of spices to produce a thick glaze like sauce. The word korma is derived from the Urdu language and it refers to “braising”. The recipe has roots and a history that dates back to the 16th century when the Indian subcontinent was under the rule of the Mughal Dynasty and it is one of the most well known and characteristic recipes of the royal Mughal kitchens. A korma can be mildly spiced, creamy or fiery hot and spicy as there are thousands of variations and cooking processes that vary from place to place. It can be made with mutton, lamb, beef, chicken, veal and sometimes vegetables like turnips and spinach. You can find the complete recipe of Mutton Korma Recipe along with its preparation method in Urdu and English language on sooperchef.pk.

Special Nargisi Kofta

Special Nargisi Kofta Recipe in Urdu & English Sooperchef.pk is a paradise for the tasty cooking recipe where new recipes are added to the menu daily. Special Nargisi Kofta recipe is the latest meatball dish recipe added to the long list of delectable Pakistani recipes that you can enjoy with your friends and family. This is best Eid ul Adha recipe for your guests . There are many types of kofta recipes eaten all over Pakistan like the chicken cheese kofta curry, kofta biryani, and chicken kofta curry. Koftas are the desi doppelganger of the American meatball but our version is way more tasty and savory. This recipe is usually prepared with ground beef and added with spices and herbs. Nevertheless, it can be prepared mutton, chicken or even fish meat, shrimps and prawns. The Koftas are usually made in a spicy curry and can be served with roti, naan or boiled rice but you can also eat it with a fork or dip it in some tasty bbq sauce. Nargisi Kofta is a kofta recipes prepared by encasing a hard-boiled egg inside a spicy kofta coating. This recipe is widely popular all over Pakistan and is eaten with great delight. It can also be fried or cooked in the usual way, it does not disappoint the taste buds whatsoever. Nargisi koftas are full of protein and a very healthy dish for youngsters and adults alike. You can find the complete recipe and preparation method of the delectable Nargisi kofta recipe in Urdu and English language at Sooperchef. You can also learn cooking in a fun and easy way from our step by step two minute video guide.

Four types of Chutney

Four types of Chutney Recipes in Urdu & English Chutney recipes have been around the Indian subcontinent since the beginning of time and today sooperchef introduces you to four types of chutney recipes. This recipe provides you with four different types of chutneys that are eaten in Pakistan with great delight. The plum chutney recipe is made with dried plums which are soaked overnight and then the water from the soaked plums are separated from each other. Later on, it is added with 4 maghaz and lemon is used for the garnishing purposes. One of the most beloved chutneys of the Punjabi region of Pakistan is mango chutney, which is sometimes also known as Kairi chutney. It is made by unripe mangoes, which are cut into thin slices and then boiled in hot water. They are added with red chili, salt, sugar, and whole garlic. This chutney can be served alongside many Pakistani food like dal chawal, chicken malai boti, Baryani  and curry to make them taste even better. Tamarind chutney is one of the tangiest chutneys you can ask for. For its preparation, tamarinds are rid of their seeds and soaked in water for some four to six hours. It is then poured in a pan and added with sugar during the cooking process. Green chutney is essentially the national chutney of Pakistan as it shares the same color of the nation’s flag and eaten with every Special Pakistani recipe imaginable. It is made by grounding ingredients like green chilies, green coriander, salt, lemon juice, roasted cumin, lemon juice and salt etc. you can find the complete recipe of four types of chutney on sooperchef.pk in Urdu and English language.

Hareesa

Hareesa Recipe in Urdu & English For all you modern foodies, you can call Hareesa recipe the sister of Haleem cause it looks very much like it but there is a great deal of difference between the two. This thick and rich Pakistani recipe is a sweetheart of denizens of Lahore and there are hundreds of eateries in Lahore alone that serve it sizzling hot. There are many traditional cooking recipes on the menu of soooperchef.pk like the chicken Nihari, Kashmiri pulao, Sindhi biryani, chicken chapli kabab, Lahori Murgh Chanay, kabab masala, chicken Nawabi handi, achar gosht, Punjabi Yakhni pulao, palak paneer and chicken shami kabab. The original name of Hareesa is “Harees” which is the derivation from an Arabic verb translating as squash or mash. This recipe is originally from the Saudi Arabian desert which is based on coarsely ground wheat which is cooked overnight and then simmered in water along with meat and butter. In some cases, fat from the tail of a sheep is also used. Hareesa is also said to be the forerunner of Haleem which was also thought to be enjoyed by the Prophet Muhammad himself. It is also documented in a book that is as old as the tenth century. The book in which harees is documented is known as Kitab al Tabikh by the writer Ibn Sayyar Al Warraq. It is served hot and traditional garnishes for Hareesa are cardamom, sugar, and clarified butter. If you want to learn how to prepare this delectable Hareesa recipe in Urdu then log on to sooperchef where you can find the complete recipe and preparation method

Seekh Kabab Paratha Roll

Seekh Kabab Paratha Roll Recipe in Urdu & English If you are a bbq recipes lover than sooperchef is definitely the right choice for you. Say hello to the desi delicacy known as the Seekh Kabab Paratha Roll recipe. This delectable bbq snack is a common street food not only in Pakistan but also all over India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. There are many other delicious Pakistani recipes on the menu of sooperchef.pk like hot shots, yogurt chicken roast, nargisi kofta, stir fried beef, Italian chicken, gola kabab, kabab biryani, fried chicken legs, chicken cheese kofta curry and chicken cheese stuffed kababs. Kabab Paratha roll is basically a kabab that is rolled in paratha bread after being assorted with vegetables, sauces like chutney and sometimes cheese. The recipe said to have started back in 1932 in the city of Calcutta, India. First prepared in the Nizam restaurant, which was a famous eatery for the British soldiers of the British Raj. The theory begins the popularity of the Kebab Paratha roll is that the British "babus" of that time were too fastidious to touch the kabab so they liked having it wrapped in Paratha bread. Later on, it became famous among the common populace as the Nizam restaurant gained popularity after the British left the country. It was and is known as the “Kati roll” in India and in Bangladesh, it is pronounced as the Kathi roll. If you want to learn the art of preparing delectable kabab recipes then you should follow sooperchef where you can find the complete recipe of seekh kabab paratha roll and preparation method.

Popular Special Pakistani Recipes

Special Pakistani Recipes to Delight Your Taste Buds

When variety of foods are considered, Pakistani natives are always there to embrace. This is why some of the Special Pakistani recipes are included in SooperChef, which is a digital food network platform where from you get variety of cooking recipes videos in Urdu & English. These recipes are known for illustrating pure traditional taste with diverse types. Either you are an expert in cooking or just an ordinary chef or even if you are beginner, Pakistani recipes in Urdu language displayed on our side can guide you to the sublime level. Just keep on viewing the special recipes and add cultural joy to your life.

Easy Pakistani Recipes for Foodies

Comfort for readers is our aim. We are pleased to say that each recipe is demonstrated with easy words and detailed description allows readers to clearly understand the procedure. Urdu, being our native language, is lot more effortless to read and learn. Hence the easy Pakistani recipes are best in catching the attention of wide audience.

SooperChef follows are specific methodology for displaying Pakistani food recipes. The ingredients are listed first so that readers can collect all the raw food items. Ingredients usually include vegetables, fruits, spices, salt and sugar. The next heading is of method which depict the detailed way to use these ingredients and cook them. Each special recipe has details in both Urdu and English languages and even the video is there to make the procedure more luxurious.

Salty and Sweet – Recipe of Each Special Dish is Here

Pakistani food is not based on single tang. Our country’s food is shows diversity like sweet dishes, spicy dishes, salty ones and sour food. Special dishes on SooperChef also cover these numerous names. There is Aloo Gosht, Lahori Karahi, Daal Chawal, Sindhi Biryani, Malai Boti Recipe, Shami Kabab Recipe,  Chicken Roast recipe, Pizza Recipe, Biryani and chicken manchurian many such titles are under the category of salty and spicy dishes. On the other hand, Shahi Kheer, Shahi Tukra, Russian Salad and more similar names cover the class of sweet Pakistani recipes. Just click the title which suits your needs and open the detail of ingredients and cooking procedures. These recipes on SooperChef are also about health and finest quality. When you are consulting these recipes, it not just means that you are adding variety into your dull life but you are also going to get good health. These recipes are of prime dishes in Pakistan that are loved by people of various regions. Either you are Sindhi, Punjabi, Balochi or Pathan, you will surely adore to follow these steps with ease.