Sadaf NazLahore, PK
I am a scientist but I also love to cook and draw. My wish is to illustrate tried and tested favourite recipes from my family and friends and to publish them together in a book. These I will like to gift to those who contribute.
Recipes By Sadaf Naz
Our family favourite. The wings can be shaped by discarding the tips and removing the two bones of flat/wingette. All meat of the wing is pushed to the top of the drumette bone. For an easier shaping option, use only the drumette and push the meat to the top end. Clear the shaft of the bone with a knife. Cut off the knuckle at the lower tip from the drumette bone for a nice presentation.
Anarkali (meaning pomegranate blossom) was a 16th century female servant whose execution was ordered by the Emperor Akbar. Her tomb is in Lahore, Pakistan and a bustling bazaar is named after her. A fruit chaat celebrating her name is sold there. This is an approximation of that recipe, courtesy of my aunt Razia.