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      In fact all the delicious meat dishes were brought into the sub continent by invaders from the north. At the end of the 15th century Portuguese brought chillies from the Americas and the English introduced tomatoes to India in 1830. I wonder how people used to cook karahi before the arrivals of tomatoes.

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      As posted by Queer, if I remember, the long pepper or pipli used to be the main spice in India before the arrival of chilly pepper.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahool View Post
      You are complaining steak...

      Punjab main ajj bhi Biryani kay naam par Pulao hi bikiti hia... jisay dekh kar dil khon kay anso roota hia... steak phir kis khet ki mooli hia...
      am so sure you are from KArachi the only thing karachiite's are proud of is BIRYANI and i haven't met a single karachiite complaining about punab's pulao/biryani......to be honest I don't find biryani sold here very yummy.......oh n i live in KArachi...
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      We are from Punjab and if I remember correctly- beef was seen as something which only poor people had.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Athena View Post
      We are from Punjab and if I remember correctly- beef was seen as something which only poor people had.
      Do you still hold the same view?

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahool View Post
      Punjab main ajj bhi Biryani kay naam par Pulao hi bikiti hia... jisay dekh kar dil khon kay anso roota hia... steak phir kis khet ki mooli hia...
      Awww

      Quote Originally Posted by stylobabe View Post
      am so sure you are from KArachi the only thing karachiite's are proud of is BIRYANI and i haven't met a single karachiite complaining about punab's pulao/biryani......to be honest I don't find biryani sold here very yummy.......oh n i live in KArachi...
      Haha I agree. I have had biryani in Khi and as a Punjaban I say pulao over biryani anyday! We don't eat beef either.
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      My favorite now is Palau biryani, best of both worlds

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mostar95 View Post
      Thank you, seems like a great recipe

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      Quote Originally Posted by Athena View Post
      We are from Punjab and if I remember correctly- beef was seen as something which only poor people had.
      That is true to an extent.

      Back then, (till the 80s), beef used to be the cheapest. Chicken was cooked only when guests were over.
      Now, chicken has been beaten to death in Pakistan. Chicken nuggets for breakfast, pilao for lunch, salan for dinner. It has become more of a side dish.

      I personally like beef, because of its texture, and the larger quantity allows you to experiment with it infinitely.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Silaaj View Post
      That is true to an extent.

      Back then, (till the 80s), beef used to be the cheapest. Chicken was cooked only when guests were over.
      Now, chicken has been beaten to death in Pakistan. Chicken nuggets for breakfast, pilao for lunch, salan for dinner. It has become more of a side dish.

      I personally like beef, because of its texture, and the larger quantity allows you to experiment with it infinitely.
      Beef prices have shot thru the roof here, I was looking at steaks yesterday and a 2 pack of T-Bones was 30 dollars. I purchased a leg of Lamb for 10.54 a Kg. Now Lamb is much cheaper here.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobby1 View Post
      Beef prices have shot thru the roof here, I was looking at steaks yesterday and a 2 pack of T-Bones was 30 dollars. I purchased a leg of Lamb for 10.54 a Kg. Now Lamb is much cheaper here.
      Yeah....i think that is because a lot of money is spent raising cows specifically for their meat. Look at the beef imported from Australia and Japan. Its very high priced. A steak of kobe beef is like worth 2 month salary.
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