Kata-kat or tak-a-tak is a special meat dish originally from Karachi in Sindth, but now very popular throughout Pakistan. It is made from Offal ( i.e. a mixture of various meat organs), including brain, kidney, heart, lamb chops in butter. The dish's name is an onomatopoeia from the sound of the two sharp blades that hit the griddle as they cut up the meat.
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