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Pakistanis Eat THIS For Breakfast ???? (Nashta Market Food Tour)

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Pakistanis Eat THIS For Breakfast ???? (Nashta Market Food Tour)

I love Pakistani breakfast! And I'm pretty sure you will too. We're at #Pakistan's most famous hill station, #Murree, to eat our way through a breakfast food market. Yes, an entire lane with #breakfast restaurants! There's everything from Halwa Puri to Daal Maas, and of course, my 3 favourite dishes which I'll show you. I even started making these dishes for my family back in #India!

I ate every morning at Qoeta (sic) Khan Cafe, located in a lane at the beginning of Mall Road. The nearest Maps location is New Lahore Restaurant Qoeta Khan Cafe 5 or so stores down from there.

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Bao Saleem Mutton Chanay | Zafar Halwa Poori | Best Desi Breakfast of Lahore | Pakistani Street Food

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Ultimate PAKISTANI STREET FOOD Tour in Dubai!! 16 Hours Eating Biryani + Balloon-Sized Puris!!

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DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Welcome to Dubai, which is one of the most diverse cities in the world with an amazing array of delicious and authentic food. Today we’re going on an ultimate 16 hours Pakistani street food tour in Dubai and Sharjah!

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1. Pakistan Sweets, Sharjah UAE ( - We started off with Pakistani breakfast, and some of the biggest puri’s I’ve ever seen in my life. They were literally birthday balloon sized pieces of fried bread that completely puffed up as soon as they hit the oil. With the chickpea curry, they were delicious. Pakistani food breakfast of champions.

2. Mathaq Alzafran Pastry, Sharjah, UAE ( - Immediately across the street you’ll find another Pakistani food breakfast favorites, payas, or goat feet stewed.

3. Al Ashiyah Cafeteria ( - Al Ashiyah Cafeteria serves one of my favorite foods of all time - Pakistani chapli kebab. They are huge patty's of meat mixed with spices, and in this case an entire omelet, and fried in fat in a huge jacuzzi sized pan. Amazing you can get the real deal in Dubai!

4. Pak Liyari Al Nahda ( - Next up on this ultimate Dubai Pakistani food tour we headed to Pak Liyari Al Nahda, where they serve one of the best biryani in Dubai. Their biryani is so fluffy and fragrant with just the right amount of spice and oily meats. Absolutely delicious, and don’t miss their green chicken!

5. Mama Machi Restaurant ( - Next up, Pakistani fried fish, and it actually has a unique story in that the restaurant is fully run by Keralites, yet they still serve Pakistani style fried fish. Highly recommended, really tasty.

6. Bar.B.Q Tonight ( - Finally to complete this food tour, there was no way we could go on a Pakistani food tour without eating a karahi and bbq meats. We also met up with some great friends and fellow creators for a delicious celebration Pakistani meal!

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AMRITSARI HAREESA AUR PAYE | GURU NANAK PURA FOOD STREET, GUJRANWALA | SPECIAL DESI BREAKFAST !!

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You will fall in love with the street food in Peshawar as soon as you arrive! Today, we're starting out with an UNSEEN Pulao, found in downtown Peshawar in the old area where there is street food everywhere! Here, it was full of basmati rice and huge chunks of beef and huge beef bones with unbelievably delicious bone marrow!

After this, we're going Foodrangin' and finding some local street stalls before going to Nisar Charsi Tikka BBQ Mutton HEAVEN!

First, we found a local Pakistan street food served right on the street, the fruit chaat! It was a delicious fruit salad topped with a rose syrup! This was amazing, but what was even more delicious than this famous food in Pakistan is the Pizza naan we found next!

After tasting the fruit chaat, we walked down a local alley in Peshawar that was full of delicious Pakistani street food, like mutton kerahi (sometimes called Karhai) and fried street fish!

We found one of the most unique street foods in Pakistan, the Pizza naan! It was loaded with tomato, coriander, potato mash, and sliced potato! It was quite salty and was delicious!

After this, we made our way to Namak Mandi in Peshawar to visit the super famous and ultra unique Nisar Charsi Tikka! But first, we found a home cooked Pakistani street food, the Saag! Here, it was served with lassi and also Pakistani corn bread! It was so unique!

And for our final meal, we went to the WORLD FAMOUS Nisar Charsi Tikka! Here, we met the LEGEND himself, Mr. Nisar Charsi! Here, you can get huge BBQ kababs and also delicious Mutton Kerahi! It was so amazing to taste!!!

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Street Food in Pakistan - ULTIMATE 16-HOUR PAKISTANI FOOD Tour in Lahore, Pakistan!

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I’m very excited to share this first full street food in Pakistan video with you! We started our trip in Lahore, a vibrant, colorful, and packed full of food city. Our first day in Lahore turned out to be a 16 hour street food marathon in Lahore, and it was an amazing day!

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Sadiq Halwa Puri ( - We began the day with a very common breakfast throughout Pakistan, halwa puri, but along with chana curry (chickpea curry). We ate off the car, enjoying every bit of the freshly fried puris and curry.
Total price - 640 PKR ($4.78)

Chacha Feeka Lassi ( - Next we drove over to Gawalmandi, one of the most legendary areas in Lahore for food. We headed straight to a breakfast staple, the lassi shop and had the most creamy heavy milkshake I’ve ever had, called a pera lassi.

Roasted chickpeas - 25 PKR ($0.19) - After exiting an alley, right in front of us was a man selling chickpeas and corn roasted in black Himalayan salt. It’s a very common street food snack in Pakistan.

Sweet potato - 80 PKR ($0.60) - Sweet potato is also a very common street food snack in Lahore, seasoned with masala and a type of citrus juice.

Baba Kulfi Wala - Next we headed over to Shah Alami Market, another huge and bustling market in Lahore.

Kulfi - 20 PKR ($0.15) each - One of the most famous places to eat ice cream in Lahore is Baba Kulfi Wala, and you’ll find a crowd of people standing around the corner of the road eating sticks of their famous kulfi.

Orange juice - 50 PKR ($0.37)

Chana chaat - 120 PKR ($0.89) per plate - One of my personal favorite Pakistani street food snacks of the day was chana chaat, a chickpea snack. He added in all sorts of spices, chutneys, and seasonings, to create a deliciously refreshing snack.

Butt Karahi Tikka Restaurant - Easily one of the most well known restaurants in Lahore is Butt Karahi, specializing in curry made in a rounded pan, called a karahi (we will be eating a lot of karahi’s in Pakistan!). We ordered both a mutton karahi and chicken karahi. Both were amazing, filled with spices and butter, but the tenderness of the mutton was the winner.
Total price - 5,600 PKR ($41.84)

Siddique Fish Corner - You’ll notice that Lahore seems to come alive at night, and street food is everywhere at night. We began the evening with Siddique Fish Corner, one of the best fried fish stalls in Lahore. It was awesome, and so busy.
Total price - 400 PKR ($2.99)

Khalifa Balochi Sajji - Another Pakistani dish I wanted to try was chicken sajji, a type of hand rotisserie chicken. The atmosphere and cooking method was incredible.
Total price - 390 PKR ($2.91)

Khan Baba Restaurant - Finally for our last dinner on this 16 hour day of food in Pakistan, we went to one of Ali’s favorite restaurants in Lahore, Khan Baba. The goat chops were impressive as was the korma curry.

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Karachi ka Nashta | Paya Kachori in Orangi Town | Street Food of Pakistan | Murgh Chanay

So we went to Orangi Town to try the Famous Ibrahim Paya (Cafe Akbar) and yes it was something which you should try at least once !!

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Village Food in Pakistan - BIG PAKISTANI BREAKFAST in Rural Punjab, Pakistan!

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Not far from Gujranwala we continued to Kot Yousaf, a small community village, still in Punjab, Pakistan. We were invited by the Bagdi family to enjoy a home cooked local (desi) breakfast - I didn’t know what to expect, but it turned out to be an amazing breakfast where the entire community came together.

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You’ve already heard me saying “desi ghee” many times in previous videos in Pakistan. But desi is commonly used, even for “desi food.” But what does it mean? Here’s the definition:

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1. local; indigenous
2. unadulterated or pure

When you say desi ghee, it means clarified butter that is locally sourced, and it’s one of the most important ingredients in Punjabi food in Pakistan. It’s used in so many dishes, and it usually comes from buffaloes.

It was an amazing opportunity and experience to watch the community in the village an impressive Punjabi food breakfast. The main dishes we had were a variety of different parathas, chickpeas, and saag - a local wild spinach simmered down, and one of my personal favorite dishes in Pakistan. It was awesome to watch them make the food before we ate, and a huge thank you to all the amazing people who prepared it.

Tent pegging - After breakfast we had the special opportunity to watch tent pegging, a sport where one rides a horse, and spears a peg in the ground while racing by. It’s more than a sport, it’s an art, and it’s been a part of Pakistani culture since ancient times.

Thank you to everyone who hosted me and gave me so much hospitality and generosity. It was an amazing day in Pakistan!

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Peshawar Saddar Bazaar | Cholay Pakoray & Halwa Poori | Street Food Pakistan | Fawara Chowk Nashta

Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has a wealth of old historical monuments for people to visit. Fawara (fountain) chowk is a popular public destination based in main Sadar Market. This chowk (square) is popular amongst manual laborers, as they come here to sit and relax, and those looking for manual help can easily find it here. Aside from that, it is also well-known for the various kinds of cuisine offered at this mini food street

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Jeda Lassi Wala, Ustad Motay ke Chanay | Old Lahore Street Food | Subha ka Nashta | Pakistani Food

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On this vlog we went to Capri restaurant at Liberty market to try famous Pakistani food like halwa puri, beef nehari, and mutton paye. Check out our Pakistani food reaction!

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Faisalabad ka Nashta | Bengali ki Lassi & Cholay Bhature | Pakistani Street Food

Faisalabad (Urdu: فیصل آباد‎; English: /fɑːɪsɑːlˌbɑːd/), formerly known as Lyallpur, is the third-most-populous city in Pakistan, and the second-largest in the eastern province of Punjab.

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Pindi STREET FOOD Breakfast of CHAMPIONS!! Nihari + Halwa Puri in Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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My day started in Rawalpindi, the sister city to Islamabad, with my friend Rashid from Manaky. Rawalpindi is only a 15-minute drive from the capital. There’s a huge commercial market and bazaar there, but I was going to start with some breakfast at The Refreshment Center!

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I was going to have some nihari, which is a Pakistani beef stew in gravy with bone marrow and brains. It’s a little exotic but is one of my favorite Pakistani dishes. I’d also have a puri, some halwa, roghni naan, and channa.

The roghni naan is almost like a pizza crust and is chewy and tasty. It paired perfectly with the savory nihari, which is soft and tender and contains chilies. I loved how fatty and oily it was!

Eating the puri with the chana and the halwa was excellent as well. The chickpeas in this chana were smaller than usual, but they were so tasty! The sweetness of the halwa with the savory chickpeas was great, but I also liked the chana without the halwa!

Halwa puri is a very common dish, but it’s so different everywhere you get it. This one was very different from the others I’d had!

But the star of this meal was the nihari. It’s so soft and such a palate-pleasing dish. This one didn’t contain brains, which come separately. I couldn’t get enough of it. The chilies were thin, so they had a real kick to them! I learned from Saman Ansari the previous night that the bigger or thicker the chili, the less heat!

Then, I went for some lassi, which had a nice, thick layer of yogurt or malai on top. It calmed down the heat in my mouth!

I preferred the naan to the puri, but both worked so well with the nihari. I’d never had a beef stew like it in my life. What a delicious way to kick off my day!

After eating I headed across the street to get some chai made with doodh patti. I’d had some in Peshawar. It makes the chai super rich and creamy!

As we got ready to leave, a vendor invited me over to try malpua, a crispy and doughy biscuit. It was sweet and the inside of it looked like halwa!

Then, Rashid and I headed out to explore the market. I could see vendors selling street food, vegetables, fruit, and even sunglasses. From bananas to oranges to bananas to strawberries, they had it all!

Next, we visited a butcher shop, where they had lamb and goat carcasses hanging up, as well as ribs, organs, and more. They also had huge slabs of mutton fat and were skinning goat legs!

It was a raw and authentic look at real Pakistani life! From there, we continued on to another butcher who had lots of chickens in a cage. Overall, the market was like a ghost town since it was a Friday morning and it was still opening.

Then, I came across Bonanza Satrangi, a clothing store with many branches around the country. They sell shalwar kameez, which is a traditional outfit of a loose-fitting shirt and pants. They’re worn throughout south and central Asia!

I’d bought a green one at their branch in Karachi but I’d been looking for a white one for days now. This branch’s selection was smaller but they also sold lots of vests, shirts, and other items for men on the second floor. My shalwar kameez cost 5,680 rupees/roughly $40 USD.

Then, I sampled some colognes for men. They also sell women’s clothing on the lower level and bedding!

All in all, I wish the market had been more lively with more shops open so I could check them out, but it was still a fun morning!

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Breakfast in LYARI, KARACHI - Street Food in Former Danger Zone in Pakistan

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Lyari Town is one of the eighteen constituent towns of Karachi, known as Little or Mini Balochistan. Just a few years ago, Lyari was ruled by gangs, and known for its brutal violence and unrest. But recently things have changed for the better.

We wanted to visit Lyari, Karachi, for one because I didn’t have a chance to visit Balochistan on my trip to Pakistani, and for two - in our very short visit, to share a story of people, hope, and those who are making a difference.

After walking around one of the colorful neighborhoods, we jumped in a rickshaw to go find breakfast. Not totally sure where we ended up, but we found a man who was extremely friendly and hospitable and a popular place to eat breakfast.

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The food was delicious, and the entire experience was memorable and rewarding.

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Pakistani STREET FOOD Breakfast!! The KING OF PARATHAS in Karachi, Pakistan

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After arriving in Karachi, Pakistan, after midnight, I jumped up just a few hours later to go on my first street food tour in the country. Join me on my Pakistani street food breakfast experience, where I got to meet the king of parathas in Karachi, Pakistan!

My first morning in Pakistan kicked off bright and early at 8:30 a.m. I couldn’t wait to get my first taste of Pakistani breakfast items. I was so pumped and ready to go!

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I met up with my boy Furqan, who told me I’d be having parathas with an omelet, channa, and chai.

Furqan and I made our way to Quetta Alamgir Hotel. There, I washed my hands with soap and water at the sink outside the restaurant.

A paratha is a layered flatbread that’s pan-fried with ghee. The vendor we visited is known as the King of Parathas in Karachi. He cooks his lachha parathas in a massive pan!

The chai was sweet and frothy. I really liked the cardamom flavor. The egg was nice and fiery. I love when my food has a kick of heat and these eggs really hit the spot!

Meanwhile, the lachha paratha was very flaky and crispy. It reminded me a lot of the parottas I ate in Kerala, India. Dipping it into the channa is the best! The chilies, sauce, and flaky texture of the paratha was excellent!

Then, I dipped some of the paratha into the chai. I loved the combination! Mixing the paratha, chickpeas, and egg together can’t be beat, though!

After eating, I washed my hands thoroughly. A lot of the local kids came up to me to see what I was doing. Then, the owner gave me a Sindhi cap. Everyone welcomed me with open arms, and then they comped our meal!

Then, we went to have a yogurt drink called lassi at Sialkot Milk Centre. Here, you can go up and order, or you can sit in your car and the waiter will come to you.

Lassi is the perfect thing to drink after a spicy meal! You can also buy bread and various flavored milkshakes there. It had a nice layer of yogurt on top and was more liquid on the bottom. It coated my stomach and was super refreshing.

From there, Furqan and I drove past restaurants, vendors, and mid-rise and high-rise buildings on our way to Empress Market. We were lucky; the temperature wasn’t too hot and there wasn’t much traffic.

The market is located in an beautiful, British-style building and dates back to 1889. Pakistan used to be part of India from 1858 to 1947 under the British Raj. When India became independent, Pakistan also broke off to become its own country.

It’s an old-school bazaar and is like taking a step into the past. I saw vendors selling tons of chilies, as well as spices, fruits, vegetables, honey, peanuts, and clothing. One of the vendors let me try some of his delicious figs and dates.

In the center of the market is a guy selling hairy coconuts. The coconut water wasn’t sweet and had a unique flavor.

I also saw vendors selling pickled achar with mangoes as well as moringa and different oils. The man who sells the oils will extract oils from your seeds, coconuts, or nuts if you want!

Further on were snacks, cookware for grills, and household items. The market was actually quite small! There’s an extension of the market outside where you can buy clothing and street food like samosas, parathas, and biryani.

A vendor invited me in his shop, where he sold lots of toys! What an incredible Pakistani street food breakfast in Karachi, Pakistan!

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Eating Literally on the Street in Pakistan

I was amazed to find that in Peshawar people literally eat ON the street. So I joined in with the locals in Peshawar to try real Pakistani street feed. Afterwards, I take you for a tour of a traditional Chaiwala (tea maker) - it's quite different to India.

This small food street is located at Khyber Bazaar next to HBL Khyber Bazar There they serve Chole, Rajma, Paye, Kheleji, and Naan. A full meal with bread costs just Rs. 100 (62 cents)!

A few lanes down you'll find the Chaiwala I visited and can have a Kahwa (Peshawari green tea) or Chai - I don't know the price because a kind local paid for my chai.

As you can see from the area, it was quite clean, as was the food. I had no stomach issues after eating there. I absolutely loved the street food in Pakistan and when you visit, you should try it too - if your stomach can handle it.

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7 a.m. PAKISTANI BREAKFAST in Muscat, Oman!! Halwa Puri, Chana Dal & Shami Kebab

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My culture and food adventures in beautiful Muscat, Oman continued at 7 a.m. to have a traditional Pakistani breakfast!

My guide Hussain and I would be eating at Punjab Restaurant & Sweets, a 50-year-old shop that specializes in Pakistani breakfasts. It opens at 5 a.m. every morning and I was feeling hungry!

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Inside, I saw them cooking samosas, aloo parathas, pakoras, shami kebab, laddu, pani puri, karak, and more. As I went further into the kitchen, I also saw them making chicken biryani!

I watched the cooks flatten dough balls into parathas and fry up some puris. Elsewhere, I saw a bunch of Pakistani sweets, and then I sat down with some karak tea. It was frothy, hot, and full of cardamom.

First, they brought us dal chana, raita, halwa, a puri, an omelet, paratha, shami kebabs, veg & meat pakoras, and sweet lassi. The puri was flaky and crispy and amazing with the crumbly halwa. It took me back to my time in Islamabad!

The flaky paratha with the spicy omelet was amazing, as was the savory chana dal. It was light but super flavorful. I also loved the potato and spices in the shami kebab. The pakora actually contained vegetables and meat!

I loved the spices in the pakora. The lassi wasn’t thick like the kinds you get in Punjab. There was also an onion pakora, which I tried with a sweet and sour tomato chutney.

The omelet was amazing with a bit of yogurt and tomato chutney. Then, we had assorted sweets for dessert, including my favorite, rasmalai!

Hussain and I started with the laddu, followed by the decadent rose rasgulla. The barfi was amazing, as was the crumbly and dense milk pira.

The gulab jamun with milk paste was super unique. The milk paste was frozen and tasted so good. The most unique gulab jamun I’ve ever had in my life!

We finished with a hot, thick walnut halwa, which was crumbly, sweet, and decadent. It was my favorite dessert of all of them!

Then, we had some pani puri with a filling of chickpeas, potatoes, onion, cabbage, raita, pani, and the sweet chili chutney. It was a wild, sweet, and slightly spicy combination. The raita cooled it down. I finished by drinking the pani!

The guys there gave it to me for for free and gave us a box of sweets as a gift. We ate roughly half the menu for roughly $10 USD!

Then, we drove to Coffeeologist to get something to help me wake up! I went with a cold saffron latte, which contains saffron cream, milk, and a shot of espresso. It was very unique. They also gave me a blueberry cookie!

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