Karachi is indeed a paradise for street food lovers that offers a variety of cuisines from around the country. The city of lights is a dynamic place especially when it comes to pulao.
A pulao lover myself, I’ve stumbled upon some wonderful anecdotes regarding this centrepiece dish. You can recognize pulao on the street in an absolutely huge stainless steel cooking vessel, a unique, bell-like shape, offering a gorgeous aroma that attracts every pulao lover.
A pulao is a perfect dish for lunch, walking around the lively street atmosphere of any of Pakistan’s large, bustling cities, especially common in and around Karachi and Peshawar. But have you tried qeema pulao?
Situated at Karachi’s Mehmoodabad, Al Rehman Biryani’s qeema pulao smells delicious and, of course, tastes incredible as well. The makers of the eatery wanted to experiment with a dish that is solely homemade, tastes delicious, and is light on the pocket as well.
Made from homemade masalas, the formula of delicious qeema pulao involves stir-fried brownish minced meat with spicy tarka topped on Basmati rice, the combination itself will give u foodgasms.
You may have eaten pulao at many places but has never encountered such delicious pulao at such a low price. Selling it for only Rs.70 per plate, this qeema pulao is a combination of balanced spices; not too spicy yet chatpata.