Karachi Expo Center: The Internationally Acclaimed Convention of Sindh

Karachi Expo Center: The Internationally Acclaimed Convention of Sindh

Karachi Expo Center is the eminent convention center where Pakistani products are showcased internationally. The center consists of 8 halls. Trade Development Authority of Pakistan also helps support the exhibitions at the center. IDEAS exhibition Pakistani military arms and...
Pesarattu: The Highly Popular Breakfast of Sindh

Pesarattu: The Highly Popular Breakfast of Sindh

The name literally gives away what is on the plate – it’s a combination of the words attu and pesara, which means dosa or crepe and moong dal, in Telugu. Deviating from the use...
Hyderabadi Dal Gosht: The Royal Dish of Sindh

Hyderabadi Dal Gosht: The Royal Dish of Sindh

Hyderabadi Dal Gosht, as the name says, is a famous dish native to Hyderabad city. The royal recipe and Hyderabadi favorite is relished with love by non-vegetarians and consists of mutton along with daal. The...
Malpua: The Traditional Sweet Dish of Sindh

Malpua: The Traditional Sweet Dish of Sindh

Malpua is basically a Hyderabadi scrumptious dessert. You generally fry a pancake and sip in Sugar Syrup to make it sweet. Malpua is merely another combination where you top up the pancake with milky Rabdi. It...
The Regional Variations of Rilli Art

The Regional Variations of Rilli Art

There are numerous regional variations in rilli art. Sometimes it is probable to know where the rilli is manufactured purely by its styles. In the southern region of Sindh, the place of Badin is...
Awadhi Mutton Biryani: One of the Notable Delicacies of Sindh

Awadhi Mutton Biryani: One of the Notable Delicacies of Sindh

The royal dish of Awadhi Mutton Biryani is considered to find its roots in the rustic kitchens of the Mughal Emperors in the year of 1800. The traditional process to cook biryani was by a...
Coconut Barfi: The Most Desired Festival Dessert of Sindh

Coconut Barfi: The Most Desired Festival Dessert of Sindh

Coconut barfi is believed to be one of the simplest sweet recipes for any festive occasion in Sindh province. Traditionally barfi was made of milk and sugar, but there are also several versions made without using...
Bakhshapur: The Big Town of Kashmore, Sindh

Bakhshapur: The Big Town of Kashmore, Sindh

Bakhshapur (Urdu: بخشا پور ‎) is a key big town of district Kashmore, Sindh province, Pakistan. The name Bakhshapur is kept after the late Nawab Bakhsha Khan Dombki, the father of Nawab Shah Ali Khan and grandfather of Nawab Khan...
Moong Dal Halwa: The Special Sweet Recipe of Sindh

Moong Dal Halwa: The Special Sweet Recipe of Sindh

Moong Dal Halwa is a special event sweet recipe made by using the soaked moong dal and can also be made without soaking moong dal. Yellow moong dal is a very nutritious lentil and there...
HYDERABADI EGG BIRYANI: THE AUTHENTIC DUM BIRYANI OF SINDH

Hyderabadi Egg Biryani: The Authentic Dum Biryani of SindH

Hyderabadi Egg Biryani is a notable dum biryani recipe in hyderabadi style made by utilizing the eggs. Biryani is a special rice delicacy in Pakistan and it is mostly famous in Hyderabad city. Hyderabad...

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