What is Pakistan national food dish?

What is Pakistan national food dish?
Introduction: Pakistan and we Chinese are called “Pakistan Iron”, which means that Pakistan is like an iron brother. No matter how external forces act, we will never abandon each other. I used to say that Pakistan has many beauties and it is a very unique country. At the same time, it has always been a mess because of the war. But today, I will help the editor lead the spicy oil to understand the “Pakistan” food and the feeling of Indian food. Dirty is different. 12 Ba Tie delicacies, let you die~~~~~!



Pakistani cuisine is food influenced by the region and history of South Asia. Pakistan also has Pakistani cuisine in different regions and tastes, so if you try it, you will definitely feel the different flavors of this Islamic country.

Especially in Sindh, Baluchistan, Pakhtonkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan and Punjab in Pakistan, the dishes are undoubtedly the best, unparalleled and make you feel Pakistani flavor with South Asian style, you can basically eat representative Pakistani dishes in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Quetta and all other cities, and the price is not very expensive.


The editor found that the main elements of Pakistani cuisine are spices and different types of oil. (Is it another flavor with Xiaoshimei?) to give consumers a perfect aroma and taste, and the taste of the food itself will be more intense and fuller. Cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, nutmeg, black and red peppers, cumin, bay leaf and turmeric are the main spices used in these foods. Below is a list of some authentic Pakistani-flavored dishes, which are worth checking out for chili oil lovers!

1. Poori


Poori poori (breakfast cake) is one of the favorite dishes in Pakistan. It is a dish mostly eaten for breakfast. Poori poori is basically a dessert made with rich oil, eggs, and Sooji (a type of flour) or basin (gram flour) as a basic ingredient. Xiao Shimei has found this kind of food before, and the taste is very good, very similar to a kind of fried rice in Guizhou. In Pakistan, many people like to eat spicy food, so spicy food reminds people who go to travel not to miss it.

2. Siri Paaye


Siri Paayeis is also a main dish eaten at breakfast. But generally speaking, people in Pakistan still like to eat this dish in winter, because the hot soup it makes is a very stomach-warming delicacy. The main ingredient is the boiled head and feet of sheep or beef, which is boiled overnight to give it a general flavor known as a bisque. It is considered a very healthy dish in Pakistan. Some restaurants in Lahore and Karachi are popular .

3. Punjabi Lobster


The Punjab province of Pakistan is mainly based on pasta, and likes to use a lot of ghee and cheese in meals. Punjabi food has a great influence on the food culture of South Asia. Pakistani food mainly uses a lot of curry and chili to make stew and puree, as well as pilaf and flatbread. Punjabis are generally austere in terms of diet. Their staple food is a pancake made of semolina, or a pilaf made of rice and butter, beef and mutton. Potatoes, onions, tomatoes and beef and mutton are their main dishes. Adding a lot of spices to cooking is also a major feature of their diet. The traditional drink of Punjabi is a kind of milk tea boiled with black tea, milk and white sugar, which is sweet and delicious.

It has been said that cream in Punjabi food equals love, and the more you love your family, the more cream you put in. Although this statement needs to be confirmed, all kinds of cream, butter, and yogurt on the cooking table are indeed blurred and shining like bright jewels. With the most commonly used spices in Punjab, such as onion, garlic, and ginger, it creates a passionate and unexpected atmosphere. The dreamy fascination of food – like live lobster, who said the best way to taste it is in its own right? When yogurt, chili powder, turmeric powder, fennel seed powder, fenugreek powder and fenugreek powder hug the white shrimp meat and throw it into the hot oven, when the round and elegant taste, rich and soft shrimp meat is lazily lingering between my lips and teeth, When the fresh and strong spices fully arouse the sweetness hidden deep in the shrimp meat, I can’t help but take a deep breath, smile, and slowly rub their ears with the charming women.

4. Peshawari Chappli Kebabs


Peshawari chappli kebab etc. is a famous dish in Peshawar. Minced meat is the main ingredient with lots of onions, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, parsley, red pepper, and salt. It is in flat round shape and fried. Chappli kababs can be served hot with naan or with some green chilli paste and yoghurt. It is eaten as a side dish or snack and as a tea. Peshawari Chappli Kebab is a must-have home-cooked dish that is served in almost all local restaurants in Peshawar.

5. Medicinal Cuisine of Pakistan: Aloo Gosht with Potato and Mutton


This mutton curry dish is widely popular throughout Pakistan. It’s simple to make and full of flavor. Its main ingredients are still mutton, potatoes and tomatoes, seasoned with masala, cinnamon, bay leaves, cardamom, ginger and onions. It is usually served with rice and scones. It is the most representative dish of Pakistani cuisine. . Therefore, Pakistani friends regard it as a “comfort food” that can evoke nostalgia, similar to Pakistani medicinal food.

6. Mantu, Pakistani dumplings


Dumplings are not unique to China. In Central Asia, dumplings also have a long history. In Pakistan and other South and Central Asian countries, dumplings are called mantu or manti, which means “steamed bread” in Chinese, that is, stuffed pasta. Pakistani dumplings are usually served as an appetizer at parties. At the same time, the small and exquisite dumplings are also quite interesting to eat, so they are the favorite of local children. Pakistani dumplings are of course different from Chinese dumplings in terms of fillings. Typically, their filling consists of lamb, onion, garlic, coriander and chilli. The noodle skin is similar to Chinese wonton skin. For dipping, Pakistani dumplings are usually served with yogurt, chopped parsley and dal.

7. Nargisi Koftay


Nargisi Koftay served as a dish with meatballs as a basic ingredient. In this dish, meatballs, unlike other meatball dishes, each poached meat egg is cut in half and covered with raw minced meat. This dish is prepared on special occasions such as family holidays.

8. Halim


This dish looks like a brown soup, but is actually a fusion of lentil and meat “gooey dishes ” . Lentils need to be soaked for a long time for a day and then cooked on low heat. Halim’s name comes from “Daleem”, which means “mixed daalain (lentils)”. The dish also needs to be cooked with chopped chilli, onion, coriander, spiced curry, ginger and lemon juice. Traditionally, people like to cook it in large quantities, because this food can be used as a gift for their neighbors, relatives and friends.

9. Noon Chai


Noon Chai, which means milk tea with salt, is one of the most well-known drinks in Kashmir and a must-have drink in every winter and festival in Pakistan. It is famous for its unique red-pink color. Its main ingredients are black tea and milk, cooked in a Russian-style samovar pot, and seasoned with salt, cardamom, cinnamon and nuts (pistachios, almonds, etc.). Its alluring red-pink color comes from a pinch of baking soda for the finishing touch.

After eating so much beef and mutton, I need a cup of tea to relieve the greasyness. And this cup of shy red powder milk tea, does it just confirm the love that cannot be let down, haha!

10. Roast Lamb Paaya


Paaya means “hoof” in Hindi and Urdu. As the name suggests, this dish is burnt hoof. It often appears in Pakistani Sunday breakfasts and banquets for entertaining guests. It is a more solemn dish. The hooves in the ingredients are mainly sheep’s hooves and beef hooves, which are cooked with onions, garlic, tomatoes and curry. I believe that the taste of this dish must be good, and the roasted beef nest bone in the northern Halal cuisine and the sauced lamb’s feet all over the streets and alleys of Xi’an should have evolved from this dish. The rich gelatin in the dish is of great benefit to your skin. Don’t miss out on this beauty product!

11. Pakistani Burger, Breaded Kaaba


Kabab (kabab) is a traditional food in India and Pakistan, and its meaning is barbecued meat pierced with a chisel. There are usually two ways to eat Kabbal, one is Indian Kabbah, which is rolled up with pancakes and served with sauce and vegetables for secondary roasting. And the Pakistani kabab—grilled lamb seasoned with cinnamon, cumin, and garlic ginger on two buns—seems more like a hamburger. Whenever night falls, the working people of Pakistan who have finished their day’s work often take bread kaba to quickly satisfy their hunger. (Xiao Shimei also wants to eat it ) …sometimes, they also add a fried egg or egg roll in it to increase nutrition and enhance the taste.

12. Pan-fried Sesame Seed Fish Fillet


Pan-fried fish fillet with sesame seeds, I am not sure if this is the original delicacy of Pakistan, but it does not matter. The important thing is that this seemingly ordinary thing is really super delicious. Pan-fried fish fillet with sesame seeds is also added to the marinade with mango powder and lemon juice, mixing Eastern and Western cooking methods to double the “fragrance” of tropical feelings. The mango lemon here is not the protagonist of the dish, it just plays a coordinating function. It combines many condiments including ginger and garlic sauce into layers of flavors. It shows the charm of the southern country. Xiao Shimei must be convinced.


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