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How about these BIG FAT CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES a la levain bakery style 💁🏽♀️ These cookies took inspiration from the famous NYC Levain Bakery; they’re gooey inside with plentyyy of chocolate and are basically the size of your hand. What’s not to love ?
Why call them pizza dough balls when you could call them PIZZA BOMB! What exactly is a halal pizza bomb? Pizza dough stuffed with halal salami, cheeeese, and marinara sauce before being smothered in a garlic butter and baked until golden. The end result is preposterously delicious and it beats committing to an entire pizza […]
Yes, I went there. The recipe you’ve been seeing on TikTok and Instagram explore – the Crunchwrap Supreme. This dish originates from TacoBell and due to lockdown, everyone took it upon themselves to make their own Crunchwrap Supreme – just better!
Got the papparoti craving after your flight to Dubai was cancelled and probably will be for a long time? Don’t worry, I’ve got you. Here is my take on the famous Papparoti buns aka Mexican coffee buns. It isn’t 100% what you get in the Papparoti shop themselves but it’s pretty darn close.
So this post was supposed to be a recipe for a sweet and creamy kunefe but thanks to my supermarket delivery, who not only substituted my order of three broccolis for 8 pairs of corn on the cobs, I had whole phyllo pastry delivered instead of shredded kataifi/phyllo pastry.
Seeing as I eat out most days, I like to keep meals at home mainly fish/vegetable based to maintain a relatively healthy diet. But there is only so much grilled salmon one can eat so once in a while, I make this creamy garlic salmon with sundried tomatoes. It is the perfect mix between comfort […]
Okay, okay, I’m guilty of being in the deep-fried Ramadan party but I can’t help it. Deep fried oreos, deep fried Korean chicken tenders – guilllttyyy. BUT I decided to change things up and make oven baked buffalo chicken wings smothered in a bright red Buffalo sauce.
As the clock ticks by, I hear you (well, your stomach) thinking “what’s for iftar?”. How about something sweet, something spicy, and something most definitely crunchy. Something like these Korean fried chicken tenders with a side of creamy gochujang mayonnaise – now that’s an iftar worth drooling about.
I love me some naan with a generous slather of butter. But what I love even more is naan stuffed with cheese and topped with garlic and chilli butter. Phew.
Make the most of the lovely sunshine before the weather change – typical London weather – and indulge in this refreshing and creamy mango panna cotta. It is fairly easy to make and once you nail it, you can swap out mango for coffee, strawberry and other fruits.