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Karhi or Karhi Pakora is a Pakistani vegetarian dish consisting of a sour yoghurt & chickpea flour/besan base with pakora’s or vegetable fritters. 
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Karhi | Pakora Karhi

Karhi or Karhi Pakora is a Pakistani vegetarian dish consisting of a sour yoghurt & chickpea flour/besan base with pakora’s or vegetable fritters.  Note: Recipe has been updated with added tips and tricks, new pictures and notes in April 2020 What is karhi? First of all karhi is not to be confused with the English ‘curry’. That ‘curry’ is synonymous with the everyday salan’s that we make with chicken, beef or mutton. This karhi or pakora wali karhi is a vegetarian dish comprising…

Similar to Greek yoghurt, hung curd is made by draining the liquid whey from fresh yogurt or dahi. It can be used in dips, marinades or parfaits.
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How to make Hung Curd

Similar to Greek yoghurt, hung curd is made by draining the liquid whey from fresh yogurt or dahi. It can be used in dips, marinades or parfaits. Hung Curd is a term that we read about quite often in different recipes or food forums. It sounds fancy, but is actually quite simple to make. All it requires is draining the liquid or whey from yogurt/curd, and the thick yogurt you are left with is essentially Hung Curd. It is similar…

Chicken with French Fries and Peas is a Pakistani Desi fusion recipe which can be eaten with roti, bread, rice or even with chili sauce.
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Chicken with French Fries & Peas

Chicken with French Fries and Peas is a Pakistani Desi fusion recipe which can be eaten with roti, bread, rice or even with chili sauce. This is a recipe that was a staple at our home growing up, a dish loved by kids and adults both. Reminiscent of sliced beef pasanda, in this version chicken was marinated in yoghurt, salt, black pepper and of course ginger garlic paste then cooked till a thick masala gravy remained. Potatoes were thinly sliced,…