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Buckwheat Flour Buckwheat Crepes - Buckwheat Crepes The only traditional dish I found most tricky is Buckwheat. If you really want the traditional crepe, a crepe that is gluten free, no other flour added to it then you need to be pro at making crepes on a nonstick pan. The only seasoning, we add to Buckwheat crepe is a pinch […]
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Traditional Hunza Breakfast Breads - Traditional Hunza Breakfast Breads Hunza breakfast is incomplete without having at latest one of these four Traditional Hunza Breakfast Bread types and the salty tea. Hunza people drink salty tea with ginger and pepper spice. It is a must breakfast drink in Hunza homes with the traditional breakfast breads we make. The Traditional Hunza Breakfast […]
Nowruz Celebration in Gilgit Baltistan Nowruz Celebration in Gilgit Baltistan - Nowruz is a festival celebrated in the countries heavily influenced by Iranian culture and civilization and particularly those belongs to shai faith as a start of new year on 21st of March every year. Nowruz Celebration in Gilgit Baltistan are different in each districts of Gilgit Baltistan. Following are few practices on Nowroz in Hunza and Chitral. […]
Kilao Kilao - In the ancient times when food was scarce in the mountaineous regions, a limited variety of local fresh fruits and veggies produced were used to preserve systematically to utilize during the time of food shortage, especially in harsh winters. These products, some of them are still produced today as specialty of each district of Gilgit-Baltistan, are […]
supandur and gal Thomal - Thomal describes a practice followed by people living in the northern mountainous region of Pakistan, especially in Hunza. Thomal basically is a smoke emanating from burning of basic three kinds of dry herbs locally called Supandur seeds, gulgul and Gal (Juniper) leaves. Only gulgul or a small proportion of gal and supandur is mixed and […]
Bukak and roasted dry fruit Bukak - Nowruz is a festival celebrated in the countries heavily influenced by Iranian culture and civilization and particularly those belongs to shai faith as a start of new year on 21st of March every year.  The notion of Nowruz that I grew up with is a festival celebrated to welcome the spring “the rebirth of everything dead”. […]
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How to grow lentil sprouts at home - Many of you would wonder, how to grow lentil sprouts at home. Well, growing lentil sprouts at home is very easy and doesn’t need too much of hard work.They can be consumed at their second day or you can let them grow up-to 5 days but then sprouts would have an enhanced earthy flavor which you […]