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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

Buttering Daudo(Apricot soup)

Buttering Daudo(Apricot soup)
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Buttering Daudo meaning Apricot soup is a traditional Hunza soup made specially in winters and has been an effective remedy for cold for centuries in Hunza. The apricot used forRead More

Hunza fenugreek Soup Recipe

Hunza fenugreek Soup Recipe
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“Hunza fenugreek Soup” calls for dried and powdered form of fenugreek and is known as Sikarkuch’e Dagowang in Hunza. Except for the roots, every single bit of fenugreek is utilized in Hunza. For instance, this recipe uses the stem part of fenugreek plant, that is dried and ground to powdered form and cooked as a soup with wheat flour as a thickening agent, while the top leaves of fenugreek plant are either cooked fresh or dried separately and cook in different ways.

Hunza Traditional Soup

Hunza Traditional soup
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Traditional Hunza soup is made with homemade noodles and is locally known as Chapchy dowdo. It is the most special soup made during winters in Hunza. Chap refers to the meat which includes mutton or beef but never chicken. Traditionally this soup is served in a wooden bowl with a wooden spoon.

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