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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.
There is always a stand out dessert every Eid and even if you aren’t celebrating with the entire family this year, why not make a show stopping dessert for yourself. This no bake cheesecake is not only impressive to look at, but it’s incredibly easy to put together. You can even make smaller portions to […]
Not with mum this Ramadan and going to miss out on some traditional biryani? Do not worry, I have got the easiest and most delicious cheat biryani recipe for you. It takes less than an hour to put together too!
Cinnabon may have left London but you can bring that delicious Cinnabon waft to your own kitchen in no time at all! These warm cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting are the perfect snack in between iftar and sehri and go well with a hot cup of tea.
I love love love pide. It’s basically the Turkish take on pizza and who can say no to pizza ! If you don’t have yeast, you can skip it out.
What is it about leftovers that gets people groaning, especially during Ramadan where we’re not supposed to be wasting? Don’t worry, I am totally guilty of this too but I found a way to make leftovers actually fun to eat, especially that keema that has been sitting at the back of the fridge for a […]