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Sweet and Sour Chicken

Delicious sweet and sour chicken that tastes just like your favourite Chinese restaurant. Crispy chicken, vegetables and pineapple chunks coated in a tangy and sweet sticky sauce. Sweet and sour chicken is a classic menu item found at Chinese restaurants across the world. Chinese food was one of my favourites growing up, but I had never ordered sweet and sour chicken. It was my uncle’s family who introduced it to me, and I have been a fan ever since. In…

Originally from Burma, Chicken Khow Suey or Khao Suey is a popular dish among the Memon & Gujrati community of Pakistan. It comprises of noodles in a coconut or yoghurt based curry, with spicy chicken or beef and an array of condiments.
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Chicken Khow Suey or Khao Suey

Originally from Burma, Chicken Khow Suey or Khao Suey is a popular dish among the Memon & Gujrati community of Pakistan. It comprises of noodles in a coconut or yoghurt based curry, with spicy chicken or beef and an array of condiments. What is the origin of Chicken Khow Suey or Khao Suey in Pakistan? I first heard about Khow Suey or Khao Suey at my university when I started my Bachelors – an exotic sounding dish that is regularly…

Chicken kofta curry or chicken koftay ka salan is a traditional Pakistani curry made of chicken meatballs that are simmered in an onion-based curry. Serve with pickled onions, and rice or roti.
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Chicken Kofta Curry | Chicken Meatball Curry

Chicken kofta curry or chicken koftay ka salan is a traditional Pakistani curry made of chicken meatballs that are simmered in an onion-based curry. Serve with pickled onions, and rice or roti. Pronounced as koftay / kofte, Pakistani or Indian style koftas are made of ground beef, chicken or lamb (depending on religious preferences) and shaped into round balls similar to Italian and Swedish meatballs. Instead of being grilled or fried, they are simmered into an onion based curry (what…

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Chicken Chili Dry

Even though I am a big fan of Chinese food, I rarely make it since it just requires too much of effort; from the variety of dishes needed, to the vegetable cutting to the actual frying. It’s just much more simpler to order from outside especially with the rise in affordable delivery places in Karachi which offer both Desi & Authentic Chinese based on the craving at the moment. This is the first time I made Chicken Chili Dry, basically…