Pakistani cuisine is incredibly delicious, smooth, a bit spicy, and generous with ghee. Tastes and history abound in Pakistani cuisine. Its distinctive flavor is a result of centuries’ worth of Islamic customs blending with other flavors introduced by conquerors including the Mongol empire, Persians, Turks, and others. Pakistani food is actually different from other cuisines around the globe due to the blend of flavors and spices which you can find only in the best halal food restaurant in Calgary NE like Mirchi®. It is often described as filling, super-nutritious and appetizing and is made from halal meat. Well, introductions to this food would never be enough. So, let’s have a quick glance at the four most delectable Pakistani dishes that are loved by people all around the world. 1. NIHARI Nihari is a dish that is famous in Pakistan. It is a breakfast or dinner. It is made with spices that are fried in a mixture of animal and vegetable fats. Then the meat (usually beef shank) is added. And finally, there is a generous amount of Desi Ghee (homemade local clarified butter). The stew is then well stirred in a saucepan that is very special. The beef is very tender and is surrounded by a thick, flowing consistency made from spices and ghee. It has a rich red color, and it’s usually served as part of a shared dish with other dishes on the plate. There are usually fresh lime slices and ginger slices on top, and hot green chilies. 2. KARAHI Karahi is one of the best foods that Pakistanis may consume, hence they all adore it. The dish is called after the iron pan with a black tint and a scoop-like form. A karahi curry is often made with goat, although it can also occasionally be made with chicken or even shrimp. The metal dish may then serve as its own serving bowl, bringing hot food right to your table’s center. Each Karahi gets its ultra-umami magic from the tomato broth, which is also full of smokiness, tender meat pieces, and a ton of fat from the meat, ghee, and an occasional dollop of cream. This is, in fact, an iconic dish of Pakistan loved by people all around the world. 3. HALEEM The incredibly filling meal known as haleem is made from a combination of barley, local wheat varieties, and chana (chickpeas). Haleem has been consumed in Pakistan for many years, and this dish highlights the influence of the Middle East on the nation. Haleem is cooked slowly over very low heat for an amount of time that can reach a whole day. The mother pot then receives the addition of mint leaves, dried and green chilies, onions, and some masala spices. Large squeezes of lemon juice are added as the very last garnish. This dish is excellent for a breakfast or light meal. It is extremely calorie-dense and rich, keeping you energetic all day. 4. KEBAB Pakistani kebabs are one of the few foods that may possibly make the people of Central Asia more welcome to you to eat and enjoy. Large pieces of marinated beef are called kebabs (kebab meat is usually minced and then seasoned, and formed onto the skewer by hand). This is unquestionably the best cuisine known to mankind. Eating skewered pieces of beef grilled over an open flame has always been a classic and easy tradition that will never let you down. We at Mirchi Calgary, use only halal meat which is slaughtered in the name of Allah which is why we are the best halal food restaurant in Calgary NE. So, Come. Reserve a table at Mirchi® and have a dining experience of a lifetime.