Best Karahi in Mississauga
The city of Mississauga is no stranger to stellar restaurants of Indian & Pakistani Cuisines. Karahi Point, being a well-known restaurant in December 2019 opened our third location at 6905 Millcreek Drive (L5N 6A3) in Mississauga, near the intersection of Millcreek and Derry Road West.
Specializing in Pakistani and Indian cuisine, you will find a huge list of Karahis to try. The Karahi is often the first dish many try when exploring Pakistani Cuisine. Here at Karahi Point, we love cooking up the authentic version of Karahi plus a few others which are just as flavorful and comforting. A Karahi also known as Kadai gets its name from the pot its cooked in, a thick, circular, and deep cooking pot. .
A specialty of Lahore’s food street, this dish is made by stir-frying pieces of chicken with tomatoes, green chili, ginger, garlic along with chef’s spices on high flame in a karahi, the wok-like pan that gives the dish its name. The eater mops up all the gravy with pieces of naan. Try the Chicken Karahi: Bones-in, Boneless Dark Meat or Boneless White Meat.
A specialty for the mild spice lovers, a recipe from the secret diaries of Mughals. Chicken pieces cooked on low flame with ginger garlic paste, salt, mild spices, black pepper and the secret white sauce from the diaries of Mughal chefs. Try the Chicken White Karahi: Bones-in, Boneless Dark Meat or Boneless White Meat.
A traditional dish from the borders of Torkham to Peshawar. Chicken pieces cooked on high flame with salt and black pepper, freshly diced tomatoes and green chilles. Try the Chicken Peshwari Karahi: Bones-in, Boneless Dark Meat or Boneless White Meat.
Made from minced meat full of tasty and healthy ingredients. This recipe is famous in South Asian countries like India and Pakistan and people like to eat this recipe with bread or with rice according to their taste. A traditional gravy for the BBQ lovers. Get your choice of chicken kebabs cooked in onions, tomato sauce and green chilies. A unique taste for a Karahi.
A traditional gravy for the BBQ lovers. With your choice of beef kebabs cooked in onions, tomato sauce and green chilies. Try the Kebab Karahi Beef
Vegetarian lovers this ones for you! Paneer Karahi – Asian style traditional dish of small chunks of paneer (Indian cottage cheese) that gets its extra added flavor from pepper, garlic paste and fresh diced tomatoes cooked on high flame. Enjoy it with a freshly Tandoor Baked Naan
Goat meat is deliciously tender and juicy. Our Goat Karahi also known as “Karahi Gosht”, “Kadai Gosht” and many other names around the world, yields tender succulent meat cooked in a spicy and aromatic gravy.
A traditional dish from Dara-e-Kyber. A fine selection of meat from the goat leg and shoulder cooked on high flame with salt and black pepper, freshly diced tomatoes and green chilies.
How did the traditional lamb karahi come to be? Asian style traditional dish lamb pieces cooked with ginger garlic paste and fresh diced tomatoes on high flame together with chef’s secret spices.
Asian style traditional dish lamb pieces cooked with salt, pepper, garlic paste and fresh diced tomatoes on high flame.
This fish curry is tremendously flavorful, with boneless chunks of fish cooked in onions, tomatoes, mild spices; whose richness is delectable with the complex spices. A real treat for the whole family of seafood lovers.
12. CHARSI KARAHI
This coal cooked Charsi Karahi Recipe is worth eating. It has a different and unique flavor. It is spicy and a very nice meal for dinner. The charcoal aroma takes the taste of this charsi karahi to another level.
Karahi Point is a fine-dining Halal Restaurant in the greater Toronto which also offers catering. With three locations to serve you across GTA our restaurant is open 7 days a week, hours, phone number and location can be found at www.karahipoint.com. Proudly serving delicious Lahore dishes from Pakistani & Classic Indian Cuisine since 2014.
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