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Lahori Style Qeema Kachori Recipe With Dry Fruit MilkShake

Lahori Style Qeema Kachori Recipe

Lahoris are known for their love for food, and Oh My! Their dishes are surely finger licking good. Here is one of the most famous iftari items that is otherwise eaten in breakfast, the qeema kachori. This lahori style qeema kachori recipe is easy to follow and prepare yet deliciously mouthwatering. So, this ramazan, do give it a try.

Ingredients Card:

For dough:

Maida (All-purpose flour)             2  ½ Cups

Salt                                             1 teaspoon

Oil                                                    1 tablespoon

Water                                               As required

For filling:

Oil                                                    2 tablespoons

Onion (chopped)                    1 medium

Beef/chicken mince                                 250 grams

Ginger garlic paste                       1 tablespoon

Coriander leaves (chopped)         1 tablespoon

Green chili (crushed)                     1 tablespoon

Cumin powder 1 teaspoon

Black pepper powder ¼ teaspoon

Garam masala powder ½ teaspoon

Red chili powder 1 ½ teaspoon

Turmeric powder 1/2 teaspoon

Coriander powder 1 teaspoon

Salt To taste


In a bowl sieve maida, add salt, oil and mix well.

Gradually add water and knead dough. Set it aside and let it rest for 15-20 minutes.

For filling:

In a pot, heat some oil and sauté onions until light oink in color.

Now add beef/chicken mince and fry until it changes color. Add ginger garlic paste and mix well.

Next add salt, garam masala, black pepper powder, red chili powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and mix.

Add little water and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes. Once cooked, stir the mince well until you see oil on the side.

Set it aside and let it cool.

For assembling:

Grease your hands, take a small ball of dough and flatten it.

Take mince and place it in the center of the dough and twist the edges upward to seal them.

Heat some oil and fry them until golden brown.

Your lahori style qeema kachori recipe is ready to be served with traditional channay. Ketchup can work equally well too!

Additional information:

This lahori style qeema kachori prepares around 7-8 kachoris and super delicious. Try it out and everyone will definitely love it!

Dry fruit milkshake recipe

Healthy, fulfilling and refreshing, this dry fruit milkshake recipe is a complete meal which can easily be enjoyed at sehri or itari. Try it today!

Ingredients card:

Almonds                             15-20

Figs (injeer)                        2

Raisins (kishmish)            1 ½ tablespoon

Char maghaz (dried melon seeds)        1 ½ tablespoons

Sesame seeds (safaid til)            ½ tablespoon

Date (deseeded)                           7-8

Milk 1 ½ cups

Kulfa Ice cream 2 scoops


In a blender, add all the ingredients and blend.

Add ice cream and blend again.

The dry fruit milkshake recipe is ready to be served. Top the glasses with some crushed almonds for added beauty.

Additional information:

This dry fruit milkshake recipe is super healthy and a complete meal in itself. Pair it up with qeema kachori and you’ll be on the seventh heaven. The ingredients are good enough to prepare 2-3 glasses and serve.

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