Posted on January 22, 2009
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33 responses to “Omelet Recipe, Pakistani style”

  1. Imran says:

    Dear Awais!
    I loved this book but unfortunately lost it while shifting homes.
    I need recepies of making Achaar. There several in the book, can you send them to me via email?
    i would be highly thankful.

  2. Owais Mughal says:

    Nausheen, you are right. ‘karkaraen’ is indeed a word with meanings. I found out after writing the above post. I was recently reading a Ibn-e-Safi novel and in the ‘pesh-ras’ of that novel he uses this word while teaching a recipe of ‘halwa’ to his readers. I carry Ibn-e-Safi’s linguistic capabilities in very high esteem and right then I had realized my mistake and I knew this was a legitimate word.

  3. nausheen fatima says:

    nice recipe…but the word “kar-kurana” is a common term used in urdu…am surprised you haven’t heard of it before…we always say “tel kur-kurana” :)