Here's some Dravidian Pakistani food I saw earlier:
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That Nargisi Kabab is actually Nargisi Koftay.One heck of a dish though.
I just had Haleem today
I'm a pariah in my family for not liking Haleem. Never did anything for me. Give me Biryani/Karhai/Nehari anytime over that glorified Daal dish.
My mum makes the best Haleem in the world lol.
Northwest of pakistan has amazing food because of afghan and iranian influence for meat lovers especially
this is for vegatarians called bolani, again mostly eaten in the north/northwest
^ it has spanich and cheese, very tasty
wow thats a season ticket to heart attack! soooooooo damn tempting, n am just fresh off a 30 kg weight loss..... ****
Its fantastic food. Similar to the best North Indian food the key here being we are comparing average Pakistani food to the best in North India :-) Of course I exaggerate but it is very close to being the truth. I am a north Indian so I should know.
Having said that I find it increasingly difficult to eat Pakistani food for it is far too rich for me. I find that except for the Kababs, which I love, the rest (the gravies or curries if you please) are far too rich for my aging constitution.
^ its true pakistani food is really heavy, even our traditional breakfasts are so big and heavy, majority of pakistani population are punjabies and pashtun, and both of these people love to eat thats why everything is big and heavy over here
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Every once in a while my family will go eat Sunday "brunch" at a local Pakistani restaurant that offers a HUGE buffet. You name it, they have it. Halwa Poori, Biryani, Nihari, Pie, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Karhai, Various subzi etc. Suffice to say, after merely sampling all that, I don't feel like eating for days. Heavy indeed.
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