A view of Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir, as we traveled down the narrow roads between the mountains to the land of Gushtabas, some nice people, intricate shawls, and very red apples.
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Hi Maria, I’m curious to know what food that is in the photo with the apples.
That’s Gushtaba, one of Kashmir’s specialties: minced mutton balls cooked in curd and spices that they serve with plain rice and naan. 🙂
Ohhhhhhh, sounds interesting. I love experimenting ethnic foods. My husband and I sometimes cook international dishes together even. We both love naan bread too.
Thanks for telling me Maria, and please have a lovely weekend.
That’s so sweet! It must be fun. And naans are a favorite thing here as well. Though instead of Gushtaba, we usually have “kofta”, which is kinda simpler and kinda different. 🙂
And thank you! You always bring love.
I hope you have a great weekend too!
Ummmmmm, now I’m going to have to google a kofta recipe and see if I can make it with some garlic naan with my husband. We’d both love it so much.
Awwwww, you’re more than welcome Maria. Please have a great week ahead.
Ohhh yum that sounds amazing!
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Haina! 🙂 These northern places are all so much uff.
Yeah VERY! ❤
Wonderful post for both of the challenges. 😀
Thank you. 😀
Beautiful, will surely visit all these places one day 🙂
You definitely should! And thank you 🙂
Woah, amazing view!
Ikr? Thanks! 🙂