“This is a real celebration of freshness, spice and a balance of flavours; this was always a firm favourite accompaniment on our Ramadan table in Pakistan. Whereas not always a traditional accompaniment during Ramadan, in my home this was omnipresent! ” Sumayya Jamil
In yesterday’s post I had explored (on this link in posts) Ramadan in Pakistan with the UK-based food writer Sumayya Jamil. Sumayya was very generous to share with us three of her family Recipes for Pakistani dishes popular in Ramadan. I had shared the first, a dessert: Pakistani Seviyan (on this link in recipes), and on this link you will find her Pakistani Vegetable Pakoras, while today I am sharing with you her Kachumber Bejeweled Salad and so I will have given you a taster of Ramadan in Pakistan.
Summayya describes this salad as “Simple to make and with real Wow factor! Served with rice dishes, pakoras, currys – anything!” . Make sure to make Summayy’s Pokras and serve it alongside this recipe for a delicious appetizer or snack.