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Hunza Style Quesadilla

Hunza style Quesadilla
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Hunza style quesadilla is a traditional dish locally famous as Burus Sapik, where Burus refers to the cheese in Burushaski language of Hunza and Sapik refers to the flour tortilla.Read More

Hunza Corn Bread

Hunza Corn Bread
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In Gilgit Baltistan and Chitral we have several bread recipes. we make some on special occasions; we make some of them specifically to eat with tea in the morning and evening. WeRead More

Hunza Cream of wheat

Hunza Cream of wheat
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Hunza Cream of wheat is locally known as Mull, which is an easy to digest porridge made with wheat flour and water. The seasoning our mum would use for thisRead More

Clarifying Homemade Butter

Clarifying homemade butter
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Livestock is one of the major sources of living in Hunza and therefore consumption of dairy items like homemade butter has common use in most of the traditional dishes weRead More

Hunza Homemade Noodles Laqsha

Hunza Homemade Noodles Laqsha
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Khamali is the staple of Hunza Cuisine and hence they eat and want to eat it with every dish, they eat them with rice too. Yeah, with rice 😊. PeopleRead More

Shuwanchal

shuwanchal
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Shuwanchal is a vegetable that is grown in Hunza and around Gilgit Baltistan from spring to late summers. It is a beautiful leafy vegetable with vibrant green color. Unlike vegetablesRead More

Wild Thyme Soup

Wild Thyme soup
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Wild Thyme is known as Tumuru in Burushaski language of Hunza and we use tumuru in winters to make tumuru tea which is the best natural flu remedy I have experiencedRead More

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