Pakistani Vegetarian recipe including Sabzi and dal Recipes is collection of quick and easy everyday recipes. These recipes are really simple. Step by step pictorial makes grasping very easy for new cooks. Pakistani Vegetarian Recipes Pakistani and Punjabi people are generally meat lovers. That’s why vegetarian food like sabzi and daal is often under-rated. Below…
Here’ I’m back from winter hibernation to share this easy orange jam recipe without pectin. This is sweet orange jam, marmalade with no peel just pulp and zest. It tastes delicious and I’m in love with it. I make many jams but this is my favorite. The texture and taste is a darling delight; something,…
I’m the biggest lover of chai tea and like it more than coffee. I love to experiment with chai. And when it comes to variations of Chai tea, I must say nothing beats a cup of ginger milk tea AKA adrak wali chai. Although, on daily basis, I enjoy a simple cup of milk tea…
Step by step recipe of easy Chicken Korma recipe Pakistani style with photos of each step. This is authentic, degi and shahi korma that is often served in wedding ceremonies and is called shadoyoon wala korma. Updated: 14 December, 2020 What is Chicken Korma? Korma is South Asian (that is Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi) yogurt based…
356 gm, 1 packet oreo (36 cookies)
¾ tin condensed milk, at room temperature
400 gm chocolate of your choice (bitter or semisweet is recommended)
Crush oreo cookies with cream in a electric mixer to make a fine powder.
Pour 1/2 condensed milk first. Mix well and then add more to make a fine paste like a cookie dough. (Adjust condensed milk quantity if required.)
Make ½ or 1 inch balls with mixture. Work quickly as the dough tends to get dry and crumbly.
Choose brightest, freshest orange for peel. Remove any spot or marked areas.
Thinly slice the peel.
Bring water to boil and add all spices and orange peel. Simmer for 1-2 minutes until water color changes.
Add sweetener of your choice.
Turn off heat and cover. Let the tea sit for 15 minutes. For stronger taste leave it up to one hour.
Reheat, strain and serve.
Step by step Boondi Raita recipe with photos of each step. This is a super simple and yummy recipe. You need boondi, (made from chickpea flour batter). You can get these in any Indian store or Nimco shop. You can find recipe of boondi here. Updated: 3 December, 2020 with FAQ What is Boondi Raita?…