You’ve probably tasted Pakistani dishes in at least restaurant around the world, as the country’s food is so good that it globally popular. With rich flavours and a huge diverse range of recipes, it is the sort of food that people cannot get enough of.
You may not be able to travel there, but that doesn’t mean you can’t cook up some Pakistani food in the comfort of your own home. These recipes come from some of the world’s top bloggers and are super easy to follow. Make sure you bookmark them and check out the other recipes on their sites.
Prepare for a serious flavour sensation as you head into the kitchen to cook up these wonderful Pakistani dishes.
The Best Pakistani Dishes
Balti dishes are not strictly curries. Ok, they are, but if we’re getting technical – the technique and specifically the Balti Pan is what makes it different. Balti translates as ‘bucket’, but unsurprisingly this name didn’t take off as a name in English speaking countries.
Recipe created by Cook Eat Blog.
If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious, non-meaty way to get some iron and protein in your system, then look no further than this Rajma Masala, also known as Lal Lobia or Red Kidney Bean Curry.
Recipe created by Rebecca.
The meatballs are flavoured with highly aromatic spices. This is not a dish for the fainthearted, as the meatballs have a serious kick to them!
Recipe created by Birdhouse Chillies.
When you think of Chicken Patties, we’re sure something very different comes to mind from a puff pastry with a chicken filling. These are truly unique and absolutely delicious.
Recipe created by Sana.
Fresh spinach washed and painstakingly chopped then simmered for hours in oil, spices and water before potatoes are added to fry in the mix. So tender and creamy that it is hard to believe this magical dish is plain old spinach.
Recipe created by Natasha.
There are a lot of tomatoes and they have to be cooked down and reduced so this dish takes some time to make. It is best with boneless chicken and the end result is truly divine.
Recipe created by Chocolate & Chillies.
Wadiya have a distinct flavour. They’re spicy, earthy, and the hing (asafoetida) give them a sharp flavour. Pair that with the mildness of potatoes and wadi aloo is an amazing dish.
Recipe created by The Ghee Spot.
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