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What to cook for dinner today?Aaj kya pakain khanay may?
Here you can find 10+ traditional and fusion dinner recipes from India and Pakistan. As Eid is here, so its the best time to gather your family around the table for a delicious dinner. This post includes some famous dinner recipes like Mutton Biryani and Beef Boti as well as few lesser known recipes like Achar Gosht and Seekh Kabab fry.
Dinner Recipes Categories:
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List Of Pakistani and Indian Dishes:
Below you can find the names of all the Indian and Pakistani dishes included in this roundup;
- Beef Boti Kabab
- Chapli Kabab
- Bihari Kabab
- Seekh Kabab Fry
- Afghani Kebab with Gravy
- Beef stew
- Mutton Korma
- Chinioti Mutton Kunna
- Mutton Pulao
- Achar Gosht
- Aloo Gosht
- Mutton Biryani
1. BEEF BOTI KABAB:
These succulent, tender, and delicious smoky Beef Boti Kababs are the perfect appetizer recipe for BBQ parties or Eid dinners. Make sure to add this lip-smacking Beef Boti Kabab Recipe to your BBQ list menu.
2. CHAPLI KABAB:
This Chapli Kabab or Beef Patty is made from ground beef mince infused with some flavorful spices and some handy vegetables. They are given a flat disc shape resembling a Patty. Just ready in minutes with a drizzle of oil. Served with amazing homemade chutney/sauce.
3. BIHARI KABAB:
A Pakistani BBQ delicacy, Bihari Kabab are thin strips of beef marinated in a spicy homemade masala and finished off with coal smoke. Traditionally they are grilled over charcoal but to make it easy for everyone in this recipe they are cooked in a pan.
4. SEEKH FRY KABAB:
This one-pot juicy Seekh Kabab fry is made on the stovetop in less than 30 minutes.No extra pots or pans to wash up and minimal work with simple ingredients. And make a perfect starter for any lunch, Eid breakfast, or BBQ dinner party.
5. AFGHANI KEBAB WITH GRAVY:
Afghani Kebab with Gravy is a delicious dish of succulent grilled or broiled beef meatballs in a thick and spicy sauce. It is full of fragrant Asian spices and makes a great weeknight dinner.We often tend to make something new when it comes to one dish or family gatherings on either Eid or any other occasions. This Beef Afghani Gravy can be your perfect choice.
6. BEEF STEW:
A dry and rich, onion based beef stew. The sweetness of onion is balanced with the spiciness of green and red chilies. It’s a traditional dish served at Eid and special events.
1. MUTTON KORMA
This is a warm, deeply flavorful and the authentic Mutton Korma/Qorma recipe with the traditional, classic flavor and simple, easy-to-follow instructions. Korma or qorma is a famous or in fact iconic Pakistani dish. It is often served in weddings as “Shadiyon wala Korma“.
2. CHINIOTI MUTTON KUNNA:
Chinioti Kunna is a rich, flavorful mutton curry and an escape from the regular meat dishes, often served on Eid al Adha, weddings, and other special occasions.The process of slow cooking gives you that super tender, melt-in-the-mouth meat.
3. MUTTON YAKHNI PULAO:
Yakhni pulao is a classic mutton and rice dish with deep but subtle flavors. Long-grain Basmati rice teams up with the choicest cuts of bone-in meat and whole spices to make this authentic Awadhi pulao!
4. ACHAR GOSHT:
My spicy achar gosht curry recipe cooks lamb or mutton slowly in pickling spices in a wok to emulate a traditional Indian Karahi. Its spicy, complex and warm flavour makes it a real standout curry dish for dinner.
5. ALOO GOSHT:
Aloo Gosht, or meat with potato curry, is one of the popular dishes among Pakistani/ Indian cuisines. The dish is traditionally enjoyed as a part of celebrations such as Eid feast, birthdays, weddings, etc.
6. MUTTON BIRYANI:
Family traditions are treasures. And, whenever a tradition involves Biryani, we ain’t looking back. Rooting for my Ammi’s Mutton Biryani Recipe for Eid-ul-Adha. Fragrant Mutton Curry cooked with homemade Biryani Masala and layered with aged Basmati Rice. Best meal for any occasion.
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