Hazaragi cuisine

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Hazara cuisine or Hazaragi cuisine (Dari: غذای هزارگی‎) refers to the food and cuisine of the Hazara people in Afghanistan and western Pakistan (Balochistan province). The food of the Hazara people is strongly influenced by Central Asian, South Asian and Persian cuisines and shares similarities with neighboring regional cuisines in Afghanistan and Central Asia. However, there are certain dishes, culinary methods and styles of cooking that are unique to the Hazara people. Hazara cuisine is largely centred on bread. There are three main types of breads consumed by Hazara people:.

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