GOLGAPPAS, This word is enough to make your mouth feel watery. This well-rounded breakfast is one of the most popular multicultural snacks. There is no doubt that Golgappa brings together the spicy and bitter side of Pakistan and why not? Perez, crushed with tangy spicy water, has affected not only Pakistanis but also people from other countries.
Pakistanis’ love for Golgappa does not seem to end, but it is not really a mystery why. From peeled potatoes to gram, to tamarind water
Triple Z is a recent location in the FB area of Karachi and is one of the best places to get your Indian style gossip. The food is hygienic and also quite filling. Even if you feel like a gossip, this might be a good place to go for a snack.
Here you will be greeted by a good man named Zia Aslam who owns the place and it will serve you as the beginning of a vast experience in Triple Z.
The filling is made from lightly boiled potatoes with black salt, chopped onion, gram, cumin, tamarind pulp, pit and padina sauce, metha dhai, spices, chilli powder, and last but not least this mint tamarind. Top with sauce.
The aroma of cumin, fenugreek, coriander and celery is enough to invite your heart to melt. The special water served with chrysanthemums is made from mint leaves, ginger, tamarind and water. These ingredients are well mixed with salt, cumin powder, and licking spices.
Once the water full of tamarind goes into your mouth .. it really makes your mouth feel good. It’s light on the pocket but definitely on the stomach and the taste is always with you.