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pulao

(pʊˈlaʊ)
n
(Cookery) a variant of pilau
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Some of my favourites are Navratna Pulao, Junglee Maas and Butter Chicken.
He was arrested near Bao Jee Pulao Restaurant, Airport Road, Rawalpindi.
From the Badam Pasande and Takey Paise, to the fragrant Yakhni Pulao it's all about reliving fine taste and when you add the mouth watering Kacche Keeme Ke Kofte and aromatic Shammi Kebabs, the Mathur Khaatirdari isn't over just yet.
MAIN COURSE: Fish, lamb with green chillies, kakori kabab, mughlai chicken, gobi, dal dampukht, rice pulao, variety of Indian breads
The piece-de-resistance is the fish ball curry, which is best eaten with pulao. Another main course delight is kubba, similar to Arabic kofta.
Barbeque dishes are typically served with Afghani naan, which is around twice the size of local naan, but can also come accompanied by Afghani pulao.
He finally chose to eat busri, a roti filled with jaggery and coated with desi ghee, while his friends decided to order Sindhi biryani and chicken pulao.
Rawal Fish shop, Al-Farooq Murgh Pulao and Mashallah Hotel over poor hygiene condition.
The roti machines - capable of doling out 45,000 pieces an hour - are sitting idle as today's menu has two dishes, vegetable pulao and pudding.
The function ended with sumptuous meal including lip smacking preparations like vegetable pulao, veg Manchurian, burger, noodles, soft drinks, ice cream and delicious Gulab Jamun.
Carnivores, meanwhile, can attack the sweet and tangy Chukundar Gosht ( mutton cooked with beetroot), Imli Ke Chaamp ( mutton chops quilted in a tamarind- curry leaf paste and sauteed on a griddle), Lal Mirchi Machhli and the Noor Mehli Pulao with mutton and chicken dumplings.
I opt for the Guchhi Pulao thanks to vivid memories of my mother sourcing morels from Kashmir and using them with as much reverence as saffron.