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Sajji is a native dish of the desert province of Balochistan, Pakistan. It consists of whole lamb, in skewers (fat & meat intact), marinated only in salt, stuffed with rice and baked over coal. Sajji is said to be done when it is half cooked. It is served with Kaak, (another native item) a special bread or roti/naan baked in furnace whilst being wound over a stone. Though Sajji is favourite among the natives of Balochistan, where most of the people are nomads, it does not gets favoured among the city dwellers automatically mainly due to its bland taste. Hence the Karachi & Lahore equivalent of the Sajji is made using chicken and a lot of other spices and wholly cooked. Balochistan or Baluchistan may refer to: Balochistan (region) is the name of a large region covering southwest Pakistan and southeast Iran Balochistan (Iran) is part of the Iranian Sistan and Baluchistan Province Balochistan (Pakistan) is the name of a province of Pakistan. ... Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults. ... Phulka Preparation of Roti with sorghum flour. ... A bakery near Kabul, Afghanistan Naan is a round flatbread made of wheat flour. ... Karachi (Urdu: كراچى, Sindhi: ڪراچي) is the capital of the province of Sindh, and the most populated city in Pakistan. ... Lahore (Urdu: لاہور, Punjabi: لہور) is the capital of the province of Punjab, and the second most populated city in Pakistan, also known as the Gardens of the Mughals or City of Gardens, after the significant rich heritage of the Mughal Empire. ...

Famous Sajji outlets in Karachi & Lahore are Quetta Sajji House and Food Street. Food street in Gawalmandi, Lahore is a centre of traditional Pakistani food. ...



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