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If you are thinking about how to serve all the meat stashed in your freezers post Bakra Eid, here are some recipes – most, a fusion of foreign cuisines flavoured to local taste buds – that will help you cook up a storm.
The latest trend on the meat feast front heads in a Mediterranean direction, with once popular Indonesian and Chinese dishes lagging behind. The countries around the Mediterranean Sea, including Egypt, Greece, Morocco, Spain and Turkey, and all the places in between, have long been renowned for their aromatically tantalising dishes which, with the addition of some heat, in the form of dried red chillies during cooking or with a plate of fresh green chillies on hand, are now gaining popularity across Pakistan. Continue reading