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Experience authentic recipes of Pakistan. You will also find that these recipes blend in Indian, Iranian and Afghanistan cultures. Experience the unique ingredients, spices, flavors and preparations that Southeast Asian cooking offers.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2207 KB
  • Print Length: 66 pages
  • Publisher: Encore Publishing (19 July 2016)

  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01IQJ42W8
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nice one-- I am Indian and I love Pakistani food!
redduck25/11/2019 14:26

I imagine it's mostly the same


You clearly have no idea
Really there is no such thing as Pakistani and Indian food
Pakistan has many languages cultures and cuisines. India has even more. I am originally from Pakistan side near Afghanistan and the food my ancestors ate is not spicy at all. But I grew up in the U.K. the curry capital of the world And I developed very spicy fusion taste. I prefer the karachi Lahore street food than my ancestral swaat food
ussy199525/11/2019 17:54

A Pakistani cuisine book written by an Englishman...Ironic


Pretty sure that isn't ironic.
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adamnsu25/11/2019 07:53

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You get the final say on how much sugar n spice you add to your life.. no one will know if you tweak the ingredient amounts
JayBloggs25/11/2019 09:20

You get the final say on how much sugar n spice you add to your life.. no …You get the final say on how much sugar n spice you add to your life.. no one will know if you tweak the ingredient amounts


There is usually a trend and stories you hear of experiences, things you just can’t control
nice one-- I am Indian and I love Pakistani food!
shivclicks0125/11/2019 10:25

nice one-- I am Indian and I love Pakistani food!


I imagine it's mostly the same
redduck25/11/2019 14:26

I imagine it's mostly the same


You clearly have no idea
Nice find OP!
rizzy0025/11/2019 14:29

You clearly have no idea


So if the bulk of the recipes are Punjabi origin or mughali, then they will correspond to what we in Britain call 'Indian' food. Being of Indian origin and growing up in a predominantly Pakistani neighborhood with almost exclusively Pakistani friends, whose homes I have eaten in, I think I do have a clue.
redduck25/11/2019 14:42

So if the bulk of the recipes are Punjabi origin or mughali, then they …So if the bulk of the recipes are Punjabi origin or mughali, then they will correspond to what we in Britain call 'Indian' food. Being of Indian origin and growing up in a predominantly Pakistani neighborhood with almost exclusively Pakistani friends, whose homes I have eaten in, I think I do have a clue.


Sorry mate, theres more to Mughlai, Korma, etc. There are traditional stuff that you don’t get in the “typical” indian and pakistani restaurants
rizzy0025/11/2019 15:09

Sorry mate, theres more to Mughlai, Korma, etc. There are traditional …Sorry mate, theres more to Mughlai, Korma, etc. There are traditional stuff that you don’t get in the “typical” indian and pakistani restaurants


Agreed, but that's why I said 'mostly' in my first comment and said 'bulk of' in my last comment. There are specialities but we are largely the same culture. I see that as a positive thing.
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JayBloggs25/11/2019 09:20

You get the final say on how much sugar n spice you add to your life.. no …You get the final say on how much sugar n spice you add to your life.. no one will know if you tweak the ingredient amounts


That went over your head, didn't it?
Really there is no such thing as Pakistani and Indian food
Pakistan has many languages cultures and cuisines. India has even more. I am originally from Pakistan side near Afghanistan and the food my ancestors ate is not spicy at all. But I grew up in the U.K. the curry capital of the world And I developed very spicy fusion taste. I prefer the karachi Lahore street food than my ancestral swaat food
adamnsu25/11/2019 07:53

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If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when compared to anything you have from a Bengali curry house made for us british lol if you want "authentic uk currys" you need to speak to a Bengali.

Madras, Korma, Phaal, Tikka Massala and vindaloo are all British dishes..
Edited by: "whosthatlol" 25th Nov 2019
Some think they are food expert here, Nice . In India an Pakistan food recipes change from city to city. I have tried few dishes in different areas, most dishes cooked in a different way in northern states compared to south and every one said their recipes were the genuine one.

I might be wrong but noticed people in north ate less spicy food compared to south.
A Pakistani cuisine book written by an Englishman...Ironic
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whosthatlol25/11/2019 17:37

If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when …If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when compared to anything you have from a Bengali curry house made for us british lol if you want "authentic uk currys" you need to speak to a Bengali.Madras, Korma, Phaal, Tikka Massala and vindaloo are all British dishes..


Pretty sure vindaloo is from Goa, but agree the version we have in the UK is nothing like the ones you get there
ussy199525/11/2019 17:54

A Pakistani cuisine book written by an Englishman...Ironic


Where there’s a gap in the market
ussy199525/11/2019 17:54

A Pakistani cuisine book written by an Englishman...Ironic


Pretty sure that isn't ironic.
ussy199525/11/2019 17:54

A Pakistani cuisine book written by an Englishman...Ironic



No it's not
Nice one.
adamnsu25/11/2019 09:21

There is usually a trend and stories you hear of experiences, things you …There is usually a trend and stories you hear of experiences, things you just can’t control


It’s a recipe book you’re following, what things can’t you control? If there’s some subtle innuendo you’re insinuating, be brave and spit it out boy!
One fish and chips guvnor!
whosthatlol25/11/2019 17:37

If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when …If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when compared to anything you have from a Bengali curry house made for us british lol if you want "authentic uk currys" you need to speak to a Bengali.Madras, Korma, Phaal, Tikka Massala and vindaloo are all British dishes..


Yes, the name may be the same but the dish is different. Take for example korma served in UK restaurants, its nothing and I mean nothing like a real korma. Its not meant to be a creamy dish!
redduck25/11/2019 14:26

I imagine it's mostly the same


Go on, tell us about your favourite cuisines.
jman31626/11/2019 09:44

One fish and chips guvnor!


Funnily enough, even though I love South Asian food and virtually grew up on it, I love fish and chips even more
Zedmeister26/11/2019 09:47

Yes, the name may be the same but the dish is different. Take for example …Yes, the name may be the same but the dish is different. Take for example korma served in UK restaurants, its nothing and I mean nothing like a real korma. Its not meant to be a creamy dish!


Does the original version contain coconut milk or something?
ChampEon26/11/2019 09:53

Does the original version contain coconut milk or something?


No, it's a northern Indian dish so you will also find it in pakistani (karachi) food. I think coconut is mainly a southern thing?
whosthatlol25/11/2019 17:37

If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when …If its authentic it wont be spicy. Most dishes are quite bland when compared to anything you have from a Bengali curry house made for us british lol if you want "authentic uk currys" you need to speak to a Bengali.Madras, Korma, Phaal, Tikka Massala and vindaloo are all British dishes..


In no way is a Korma a British dish. Its a classic dish from the subcontinent.
A quick and easy way to make authentic pakistani food is to use shan masala. They sell a very limited range in Asda and tesco but these boxes are great. Very easy to follow instructions and the box contains all the spices in one packet to make the dish. I'm pretty sure there will be a shan korma pack. If you want to get really special, serve it with some sheermal, which is a special bread made slightly sweet and usually served on special occasions.
shanfoods.com/gb/…ma/
Edited by: "Zedmeister" 26th Nov 2019
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