Tired of cooking and just want to have a restaurant quality meal in your own home? Why not opt for a halal DIY meal kit from one of your favourite restaurants. Many restaurants that serve halal have rolled out with fun kits that you can put together and eat in the comfort of your own […]
Whilst we’re in a complicated relationship with the weather this week – raining for 2 hours, sunny for 5 minutes – why not make a good ol’ noodle soup. Not just any ordinary chicken noodle soup but a Thai red curry noodle soup.
Orange Chicken is an American-Chinese recipe that you can find at halal Panda Express and PF Changs around the world. It’s akin to a sweet and sour chicken but this version is much better, especially that little after zing from the orange flavour.
I’m not going to waffle on today but here is a nice and light malai chicken tikka recipe. You may have had the bright red chicken tikka; malai (cream) chicken tikka is the softer and creamier sister of the bunch and a breeze to make! Plus, it is the perfect dish for this bbq weather […]
Since Ramadan is over, dinner in my house is returning to a somewhat healthy state. No deep-frying, unless its doughnuts because no one can say no to doughnuts, and no desserts, unless it’s ice cream, chocolatey, pastry, or cookie based. Okay, basically it doesn’t seem like much has changed but pinky promise, I’m trying to […]
EID MUBARAK! And here is the last Ramadan recipe for this year… a layered strawberries and cream pavlova dessert! Not one pavlova but three whole pavlovas sandwiched together with freshly whipped vanilla cream and sweet berries. The perfect sweet ending to this month of fasting.
This Ramadan, I like to think we made the most of the opportunity of being at home by reflecting on ourselves, spending quality time with other household members, and having been able to really focus on our prayers and fasts. It could possibly be the best Ramadan yet in terms of spiritually connecting with ourselves […]
This year, Eid may seem a little different to usual but in Anisa Cook’s own words: “We finally have a Ramadan where we can focus on ourselves, family, and of course Ramadan itself properly”
Who’s up for another indulgent Eid dessert? Meeeee. Today, it is a saffron milk cake. A light and airy, saffron-infused sponge cake, topped with vanilla cream, crushed nuts, and rose petals, and sitting in a small pool of saffron milk. This dessert just spells out EID if you ask me.
You may have biryani planned for Eid lunch but in my house, we have chicken kiev. And that’s because everything about it is Eid-worthy.