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All over Pakistan people love eating snacks, whether when they are out for shopping or relaxing at home. It is a common site to see street vendors selling spicy tidbits that are a regular caller to any home in Pakistan. The daily ritual of eating the Mughlai snacks is a part of the way of life in Pakistan where food is enjoyed along with gossip. These Mughlai Pakistani snacks are also readily available from vendors that few are actually prepared in the home. Every town and city has its own specialties, mingling the many influences of the sub-continent. Hot spicy, crisp samosas are a favorite tea time snack from the Mughlai cuisine of Pakistan. Some of the most common Mughlai snacks are: Nargisi kebabs, Pakoras, Namkeen Dal, Kayle Ke Chips, Samosas and many more. In the Mughlai cuisine of Pakistan there are a few but some of the most delicious and scrumptious snacks. Some of the very traditional snacks comprise of dried fruits that are fried in salt. Undoubtedly, most of the snack dish recipes in the Mughlai Pakistani cuisine category are made up from Peshavari dried fruits, fresh mangos, melon, oranges, grapes, peaches and pears. The traditional Chaat snack which is made from fruits with citric juice sprinkled with spicy masala is a favorite among the Pakistani’s. Omelets and other dishes made from eggs are also common snacks served with the traditional Pakistani hot tea.
Pages in category "Mughlai Snacks"
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