The kinnow is a high yield mandarin hybrid cultivated extensively in the wider Punjab region of Pakistan. It was developed in Americas through agricultural research. In a hot climate, plants can grow up to 35 feet high. ‘Kinnow’ trees are highly productive; it is not uncommon to find 1000 fruits per tree. The fruit matures Full Article…
In Mughal period, once a royal cook prepared a fried dish comprised of gram flour and spices. Everyone found it delicious. Then the dish became popular among the masses and it was named ‘pakora.
Naan is a thick Pakistani bread baked in an underground oven. It is enjoyed crisp and fresh.
Roghni naan is a variety of Naan which is a traditional Pakistani bread eaten with BBQ or Curries.
Til kay laddu are simply sesame seed balls made with natural sugar cane juice, its one of the usual treats around Pakistan.