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Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Cuisine of Hunza

Cuisine of Hunza


The local specialty dish of Hunza is ‘fittis’ which is very delicious, spicy and worth tasting. These are basically cakes made of wheat flour, butter, milk and salt, baked on a hot stone. Apricots, dry apricots, dry figs apples, plums, peaches, cherries and grapes are various fresh fruits grown in this region. As stated before, the Hunza bread is again a nutritious diet of grains. When talking about foreign tourists, Grape extract known as ‘Hunza Water’ is very popular among them.

Fruit Orchids of Hunza Valley

Fruit Orchids​

Hunza land is an agricultural land and also Hunza is an agricultural city. Miles of fruit orchards and greenery can be seen as the tourist approaches Karimabad.

In summer times Hunza valley is blessed with many types of fruits like, Apricots, almonds, cherry, apple, etc. Hunza Dry Fruits are very famous in worldwide. 

Hunza is also known for its fruits and vegetables. Hunza’s most popular fruit is Apricot’s, Black Cherries, and Apples.  [Buy Hunza dry Fruits]


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