Clearly, Pakistani food is considered one of the most popular & best food in the world. Pakistani food is very rich, full of spices, generous with ghee, and amazingly delicious. Due to the unlimited quantity of special herbs and spices available, Pakistan has some of the most varied and tasty recipes in the world
Although we have more in common than Indian food, Pakistani food has distinguished itself in taste, display and aroma in this decade. Get ready for some serious Pakistani flavors and regional specialties. Here is the list of top 10 best food in Pakistan.
Nihari is a national Pakistani dish consisting of mutton or beef that takes longer to cook and features tasty cooked brains and bone marrow.
It is the most popular meat dish that starts in Old Delhi. When Pakistan gained independence in 1947, many immigrants from Delhi settled in Karachi, where they set up their own restaurant, so Nihari is also associated with Pakistani cuisine.
Waris Nahri at Lahore and Javed Nihari in Karachi are the pakistan most popular food places.
Biryani and Pakistani food are added directly. No food experience ends without its surroundings. It is a dish of rice mixed with its origin among the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Every region in Pakistan has its own biryani. There is Sindhi Biryani, Hyderabadi Biryani, Beef Biryani, Mutton Biryani, Chicken Biryani and many more.
Karachi is one of the best biryani places in Pakistan. Student Biryani, Indus Foods, and Biryani Center offer the best biryani in the world. It is one of the most popular food of pakistan and South Asian cuisine.
Karahi is one of the best food in Pakistan’s, and is dear to the hearts of all Pakistanis. Mutton Karahi is best cooked in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In the areas around Peshawar, anything cooked in meat, be it mutton or goat meat, is ruled by the unique flavors that the region offers. On the other hand, chicken Karahi is a feature of Lahore Food Street.
This dish is made in a frying pan with tomatoes, green peppers, ginger and garlic.
This spicy meat patty is prepared with a mixture of minced beef or mutton and known as the best Pashtun cuisine. The unique taste of chapli kebab comes from spices like dried coriander and pomegranate seeds, green chilies and mint. The dish originated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa itself and is also known as Peshawari Kebab. Peshawar offers some of the most interesting chapli kebabs in the country.
Chapli Kebab is traditionally served with yogurt sauce, salad and bread.
Haleem is a blend of different traditional steels used in Pakistani cuisines, such as wheat, barley, roasted meat, mutton or chicken. A large quantity of Haleem is offered at very reasonable prices with lemon, fried onion and coriander to give you the right taste of Pakistani food.
Enjoy amazing Haleem in the City area of Lahore, Kozi Haleem.
The best morning breakfast is Halwa Puri that can either make or break your day. Although each city has its own “best” version of Halwa Puri, Lahore’s Halwa Puri is served at a sweet and bitter breakfast that is popular throughout the country.
Halwa Poori has become a traditional breakfast consisting of a deep-fried roti, mixed with halwa and ‘Choley’.
Sajji is a dish that can be attributed to the province of Balochistan. It is one of the main features of traditional Pakistani dishes and consists of a large piece of mutton or chicken filled with rice and a tasty green papaya paste. Like most Pakistani food restaurants, Saji is served with a pile of hot bread straight from the oven.
At the Bundo Khan Restaurant in Gaddafi Stadium Lahore, there is a special dish of Balochi Sajji in Lahore called Balochi Sajji.
After eating wonderfully heavy meat in Pakistan, you will love the cool and refreshing tradition of enjoying Lassi for breakfast, lunch, or really anytime later. Lassi is a mixture of yogurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit.
For the richest Lassi ever in my life, go to ‘Chacha Feeka Lassi peray’ – it’s hard to believe how rich, creamy and amazingly satisfying are.
Seekh Kebab is a delicious, juicy Pakistani kebab type made with a mixture of roasted meat (usually lamb), onion, garlic, ginger, coriander, lemon juice, yogurt and hot spices.
Kebabs are traditionally served hot piping with slip, onion, fries, mint sauce or flatbread.
Samosas are a filling snack made from a triangular layer of flour filled with green peppers, a variety of finely chopped herbs, and boiled potatoes. You can also fill them with different meats, such as lamb, chicken, and beef. These triangle solutions are usually served with hot and hot chopped onions, yogurt or fresh, homemade sauces such as various ingredients such as mint or tamarind.
Samosa maybe in different shapes depending on the region, triangle, cone, or crescent shape.