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PostSubject: Eerything to do with cooking   Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:29 pm

Salaam brothers and sisters,
I would like to open a forum for cooking matters, if anyone needs a recipe of some food or so you can ask here..... people can post their favourite food recipe here.... you can ask qns about food and etc matters...
take care all
Allah Hafiz
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PostSubject: Re: Eerything to do with cooking   Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:00 pm

Wa Alaikum Al Salam
Thanks dear sister,
Right now I have to leave the office, I am going to open a new forum for Cooking in Sha Allah.
Its place would be General, am I right?!

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PostSubject: Re: Eerything to do with cooking   Tue Dec 22, 2009 7:20 pm

that would be great brother jan.....
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PostSubject: Re: Eerything to do with cooking   Tue May 11, 2010 4:03 am

Salaam brothers and sisters,
these are some of the Afghani dishes..... anyone have the receipe plez feel free to post it here....

  • Afghan Kufta (meatballs)
  • Afghan Kadu Bouranee (Sweet Pumpkins)
  • Afghan Spice Rub
  • Ashak (vegetable and chive-filled dumplings topped with tomato and yogurt sauces)
  • Aush (hand made Noodles)
  • Bichak (small turnovers with various fillings, including potato and herbs, or ground meat)
  • Shorwa (Afghan soup) similar to borscht
  • Dolma (Stuffed grape leaves)
  • Londi, or gusht-e-qaaq (spiced jerky)
  • Kichiri (sticky medium grain rice cooked with mung beans and onions)
  • Badenjan (Cooked eggplant w/potatoes and tomatoes)
  • Badenjan-Burani (fried slices of eggplant, topped with a garlic sour cream sauce, and sprinkled with dried mint)
  • Baamiyah (okra)
  • Bolawnee/Bolani
  • Quroot (dried yogurt cheese)
  • Halwaua-e-Aurd-e-Sujee
  • Nan-i-Afghan (Afghan bread)
  • Osh Pyozee (Stuffed onions)
  • Mantu (Meat dumplings) usually served under a yogurt-based white sauce.
  • Qabili Palau (Traditional rice dish)
  • Dampukht (Steamed Rice)
  • Bonjan Salad (Spicy Eggplant salad)
  • Shor-Nakhud (Chick peas with special toppings)
  • Maast or labanyat (type of plain yogurt)
  • Chakida or chakka (type of sour cream)
  • Salata (tomato and onion based salad, often incorporating cucumber)
  • Sheer Berinj (Rice pudding)
  • Cream roll (pastries)
  • Baklava Pastry}
  • Afghan Cake (similar to pound cake sometimes with real fruit or jelly inside)
  • Gosh Feel (thin, fried Pastries covered in powdered sugar and ground pistachios)
  • Kebabs (similar to Middle Eastern style)
  • Fernea (Milk and cornstarch very sweet, similar to rice pudding without the rice)
  • Mou-rubba (fruit sauce, sugar syrup and fruits, Apples, Sour Cherry, various berries or made with dried fruits "Afghan favorite is the Alu-Bakhara")
  • Kulcha (Variety of cookies, baked in clay ovens with char-wood)
  • Narenge Palau (dried sweet orange peel and green raisins with a variety of nuts mixed with yellow rice glazed with light sugar syrup)
  • Nargis kabob (Egg based angel hair pasta soaked in sugar syrup wrapped around a piece of meat)
  • Turshee (Eggplant and Carrot mix with other herbs and spices pickled in vinegar aged to perfection)
  • Qeema (Ground beef sauteed with chopped onions and spices)
  • Khoujoor (Afghan pastry deep fried, oddly shaped, similar to doughnuts taste wise)
  • Kuftah (Meat balls)
  • Kalah Chuquki or Kalah Gunjeshk (battered deep fried bird heads)
  • Kalah Pacha (Lamb or Beef head/feet cooked in a broth served in bowls as a soup dish or in a stew or curry style)
  • Shami kabob (Cooked beef meat blended with spices and flour and eggs and rolled in hot dog shapes or flat round shape and fried)
  • Chupan kabob (Lamb Chops, skewered and grilled on charcoal)
  • Delda or Oagra (mainly a Southern dish made from the main ingredient of split wheat and a variety of beans mixed)
  • Owmach (made from flour, soup-like dish, very thick and pasty)
  • Peyawa or Eshkana (a soup, based on flour very similar to a gravy but mixed with chopped onions, potatoes and eggs.
  • Aushe Sarka (Vinegar-based flat noodle soup, taste very similar to Chinese hot & sour soup minus the Chinese ingredients)
  • Maushawa (Mixed beans and tiny meat balls, served in a bowl)
  • Nan-e-Tawagy (Flat bread cooked on a flat pan)
    Nan-e-Tandoori (Afghan Bread cooked in a vertical in ground clay oven)
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    PostSubject: Re: Eerything to do with cooking   Thu May 13, 2010 2:15 pm

    Wa Alaikum Al Salam,
    I created an new forum by the name of Learn Cooking and moved this topic there!

    Many thanks Sister Jan,


    Keep it up!
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    PostSubject: Re: Eerything to do with cooking   Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:51 pm

    Wow this is really good idea. How come no one is posting here?
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