Mothers day special blog. Its Mothers Day and there is no better way to celebrate this day than appreciating your mother’s efforts, for making you feel special and happy, and by telling her how precious and important she is to you because you are an evidence of your mother’s strength. A mother’s love is the purest love available in this universe. She can piss you off and make you cry or even breaks your heart but, in the end, when the chips are down, she is there to comfort you and make you relax in your darkest hours and it is her lap one seeks refuge in because a mother’s love is unconditional and unlimited.
Mothers Day Special: Five Dishes only Pakistani Mom Can Cook for You
The love of mother is incomparable when it comes to food. There is something special about the food she makes. Mitch Albom once said that even if “it’s something that anyone can make – pancakes, meat loaf, tuna salad – but it carries a certain taste of memory”. Truly, there is no comparison to the taste a mother’s hand brings in any dish. Today, in this blog, I will try to do justice to the love of our mothers by mentioning some of the dishes only a Pakistani mother can cook. So, let’s start doing it.
Commonly called as ‘doodh wali seviyan’, this sweet dish is a perfect amalgamation of milk, sugar, seviyan and sometimes dry fruits, too. In Pakistan, it is prepared on every special occasion such as the weddings, Eid-ul- Fitre, milad and various other family gatherings. Personally, I love this sweet dish and specially request my mother to cook it whenever I am unwell or I have temperature.
Keema Bhare Karailay
In “Mothers day special blog” how can we miss Keema Bhare Karaily? Bitter gourd is considered as one of the most difficult vegetables to work with because it has an extreme bitter taste and tough exterior but, getting mixed with the right choice of spices, mince-meat and other ingredients, this bitter vegetable transforms into a chapati dish. Yes, Pakistani mother can transform it into a tasty dish to have lunch and dinner with. It is usually enjoyed with naan or chapati.
Pulao is basically a dish in which rice is cooked in a seasoned broth. There are so many types of pulao such as chicken pulao, beef pulao, Chana pulao, Kabuli pulao and many others. It is usually brown or golden in color because onions are fried first in the oil before adding any spice or broth. Although, you can have this dish in any restaurant but, believe me, nothing can beat its taste when it is cooked by a mother.
Kari is a typical Pakistani dish and we all love it, be it plain or with pakoras. It is basically a yogurt based spicy curry with gram flour dumplings (pakora) in it. Some people take it with rice while some also add spicy meat balls into it. It is usually served with naan or chapati.
Makhandi halwa is a traditional Pakistani dessert and only Pakistani mothers can cook it to the point of excellence. It is made with sugar, semolina (Soji), daisee ghee and dry fruits. This is very different from the normal suji halwa both in terms of taste and procedure. It almost takes 120 minutes for preparation and 50 minutes to cook.
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