In Pakistan, the month of blessings creates an environment of peace & harmony but also inaugurates a food fest managed by the iron ladies of our households. From khajle, pheni, parathe, and lassi in sehri to a variety of pakoray, homemade beverages, and other fried goods, Pakistanis assure to eat like a king during this month.
YouTube – the biggest online video platform, has adhered to the love of food in Pakistan and its importance in Ramadan. The platform has famous 5 channels in Pakistan that deal with cooking, eatery, and cuisine. The list is an amusing amalgamation of modern cookery, desi dishes, nostalgic values, unique style, and of course sheer entertainment.
Top 5 channels to follow in Ramadan 2022
Ruby Ka Kitchen
An American based channel run by a Pakistani-rooted mother, Ruby, teaches easy to cook local dishes. Over 4.81 million subscribers from Pakistan, India and other international states praised the unique style and presentation of the channel.
The channel holds a special place for Pakistan rooted foreign nationals, as this Ramadan, they can learn to cook authentic subcontinent dishes and feel connected to their homeland.
Kitchen with Amna
Amna has become one of the most subscribed female content creators in Pakistan, with 4.26 million subscribers. The channel features videos on exotic dishes and cooking tips regarding local Indo-Pak dishes, American snacks, Arabic cuisine, Chinese cuisine, desserts, beverages, and many more.
Currently, the digital chef has uploaded a series of recipes targeted for Ramadan that can add significant value to the iftar menu.
The amazing fusion of a husband-wife has received global acclaim for their mouth-watering recipes and whimsical style. During the journey of five years, the couple has gained over 3.92 million subscribers.
The Ramadan special content by the Karachi based couple has a vast viewership. The channel has been acclaimed as one of the most loved digital food channels in Pakistan.
Village Food Secrets
Mubashir Siddique gained massive popularity for his desi cooking style and has around 3.59 million subscribers. His videos roam around the village of Sialkot, Punjab, in which he cooks authentic rural food, including savoury, sweet dishes, drinks and snacks.
The desi chef has designed special videos for the holy month, in which he has taught to replicate restaurant-style meals for iftar.
The duo of Yasir and Abdul Rahman has created a cooking channel with a humorous touch. The amateur style of cooking and daily challenges to try new recipes has been very appealing and relatable to Gen Z.
All young cooks and inspiring Ramadan chefs will find the content not only delightful but informative at the same time.