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Changing tastes of food with culture in Pakistan

Changing tastes of food with culture in Pakistan

Pakistan is so vast that the colors of the culture in different parts of the country change as the aroma and flavors of the food change. Here the cuisine of each region is different and unique. Here we will talk about the famous crown of Gilgit-Baltistan, the crown of Pakistan’s head. There is a clear difference between the food of the plains and the mountains
Salty tea
According to him, we do not drink Hunza sweet tea.Yes! The tea here is salty and they like it. This tradition is all over Gilgit-Baltistan.
White gayling
This famous dish, made on the festival of Guinea, is made from barley. Barley is fried and water is added to it.Then when it becomes like flour, it is kneaded and its bread is made on which ghee oil is applied.
It is usually eaten with salty tea for breakfast but you can also eat it without tea.This is actually a festive dish.
ممتُو
Mamto is a delicious dish of Skardu and Hunza-nagarki in the extreme north of Pakistan.You can also call it Gilgit-Baltistan samosa.The only difference is that it is not fried in ghee or oil but cooked on steam.Called the “Dumpling of the North”, this dish belongs to China which was later adopted by the people here and today it is the famous “Khaba” of Gilgit-Baltistan.This steamed dish is filled with beef or mutton, spices made from onion, garlic and green chillies, filled with flour and flour foil and when ready it is served with various sauces and vinegar. Is .It is also available in Mamto, Lahore and Pindi due to its high demand.
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There is nothing wrong with calling Chapashoro or Sharpashoro Hunza’s pizza.This pizza-like dish is similar to bread which is filled with delicious spices.First of all, bread is made from wheat flour on which spices are placed.This filling is made by adding various ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, green peppers and spices to beef or yak meat.Then another loaf of bread is placed on it and its edges are twisted beautifully.It is cooked on a large stove for ten to fifteen minutes and taken off when it is golden.Some people eat it like a piece of pizza, while others eat it with a layer of bread in between.
Darm Fitty
It is made from wheat. For this, wheat has to be kept in a moist place for some time, which gives it sweetness.Later, bread is made from its flour and cooked in apricot oil like pratha. Some people also apply almond oil. The same pratha is then cut into pieces or cooked in desi ghee and served.This starchy food is considered powerful in Hunza which most farmers take with them while working in the fields.
مُوليدا
It is made from yogurt.In yogurt, finely chopped wheat bread, onion, salt and coriander are added.After mixing, it is thickened and then made by adding ghee oil.
Yak meat
Unlike other parts of Pakistan, buffaloes are rare here.The yak is a common and well-known animal here. Yak milk and meat are widely used here.Yak milk is too thick to make tea.Its flesh, like Markhor’s, is warm and deep red in color.
کیلاؤ
It can also be called the indigenous chocolate of Gilgit-Baltistan which is equally popular in Chitral.Kilauea is a popular gift from Ghizr district in which walnuts, almonds, nuts and dried apricots are strung in strings in the form of necklaces.On the other hand, grape juice is cooked well in fire and after it thickens well, soak the necklace in it and dry it well for three weeks.This gift is usually made in the winter and is full of energy.It is made at home in a completely indigenous way.
Buttering David
A traditional Hunza soup made with apricots in winter. It is also considered useful in winter seasonal diseases and constipation.It is made by mixing sugar, water and lemon juice in dried apricots.This soup is made in every house of Hunza.Let us now turn to some of the special gifts of Gilgit-Baltistan that are unique to this part of Pakistan.
The famous fruit of Gilgit-Baltistan
The most famous of the fruits of Hunza and Nagar is the cherry which is grown in abundance here.Hunza’s black juice cherries are shipped to the country and abroad.Apart from this, the apricot here is also its own example. Extremely sweet and delicious.Apples, walnuts, mulberries, almonds and mulberries are also plentiful here.
اشکین
This yellow wood-like herb is obtained from the very high mountains. According to locals, it is very useful in joint and bone pain.Due to its warming effect, it is mixed with a small amount of milk and drunk.A piece of Ashkin can be easily found for 100 rupees –

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