Iftar with A Girl from the Hills
An Iftar meal always begins with dates
Gur Ka Sharbat
A refreshing drink made from jaggery, lemon, roasted cumin powder and rock salt
A famous chaat from the streets of Peshawar made from Kachalu (tapioca), lemon, chilli powder, freshly sliced cucumbers, tomatoes and fruits
Dal fritters in yoghurt and topped with chutney and pomegranate seeds, a delicacy from Lahori streets
Goat liver fried with sliced onions, ginger and garlic and lots of freshly grounded whole spices
Minced mutton with various spices, eggs, mint, chopped green chilli, pomegranate seed powder made in the shape of a patty. Originated from Peshawar and became a renowned street food delicacy also known as the Peshawari kebab.
Chicken Takatak or Murg Takatak derives its name as the chicken is continuously crumbled by a flat spatula on a Tawa, which produces a Tak-Tak sound
Musafar machli Farosh
The famous fish shop at the charsadda road Peshawar from years selling this fish fry which is marinated well with lemon, egg, masalas and chickpea flour
Chicken Kali Mirch Korma
Boneless chicken cooked in a mild cashewnut gravy with freshly grounded peppercorns
Paye or trotters slowly cooked in fennel seeds and masalas to perfection
A very famous lamb and rice dish that is made mostly in Peshawar street, the unique combination of chickpeas and mutton and garnish of lots of dry fruits makes this rice dish different from any other biryani
A famous street food during ramzan in the streets of Lahore
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