Desi gulab patti sharbat with a dash of lemon is a drink we have during holy Ramadan. It’s a refreshing aromatic drink and acts as a cooling agent too. Setting your stomach for the heavy meal you’ll be having after this.
One of a hit starter and a must have on Bakri-Eid in our home. This salty ginger garlicky meat taste you’ll never forget.
Spicy succulent chicken pieces with double marinade will make you lick your fingers for sure.
Red Mutton Sikori or gravy with a layer of tari (ghee on the curry) served with fine rice (dhaan). A typical dish in every Kokani Muslim weddings.
Wheat flour kneaded in milk. This flaky triangle paratha taste absolute delicious with Sikori or Khaara Gosht
Pudine ki chutney and Nimboo
Green chillies and mint chutney to make the starters more yummy and mouth watering.
Chopped Onion, tomatoes, and fresh herbs with lemon dash.
Double ka Meetha
Traditionally prepared with leftover breads. Soaked in milk spiced with nutmeg and saffron leaves you with happy faces around your table. Our grandparents favorite.
Sabudane ki Kheer
Very light dessert leaves you with a sweet layer on your palate