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Calories in Pakistani Food
- (Shan) BBQ Mix - Seekh Kabab
- (Shan) Fish Biryani Mix
- (Shan) Curry Powder Mix
- (Asda) Jalfrezi Chicken
- (Waitrose) Jalfrezi Chicken
- (Shan) Chicken Curry Mix,
- (Shan) BBQ Mix - Chicken Tikka
- (Tiger Tiger) Simmer Sauce - Lahori Rogan Josh, Medium Chili Rating
- (No Name) Chicken Leg Curry
- (Tasty Bite) Beans Palak - Water, Butter Beans, Corn, Spinach, Onions, Tomatoes, Curry Paste, Sunflower Oil, Sugar, Ginger, Chilies Salt, Lemongrass, Coriander, Pepper
Healthy Pakistani Food Dishes
Pakistani cuisine and customs are similar to Indian cuisine however you will find meat to be much more prevalent in Pakistani food dishes. Barbecued meat and kebabs are very popular in the form of chicken, lamb, and shawarma. Rice, particularly basmati rice, is the base for many dishes known as pulao or biryani which contain meat and veggies. Bread is a staple and one called chapati contributes a healthy Pakistani food to the meal since it is prepared from whole wheat flour. Another healthful option is the plentiful beans you will find in the cuisine like lentils and chickpeas.
Where to Find Pakistani Food Calories
You will find that Pakistani food is rich in spices which are calorie-free! Research has shown that spices may provide health benefits such as improving metabolism or helping to control blood sugar levels. Masalas are mixed, ready-to-use spices for dishes which could be composed of cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, chilli powder, cumin seeds, and turmeric. While Pakistani dishes are often highly spiced, they may also contain a lot of oil for flavor which also contributes lots of extra calories. You can save Pakistani food calories for the main course, however, because desserts are not often served. Finish your meal with a chai which is what tea is called locally.