Had a long week and aren’t up for cooking iftar tonight or this weekend? Don’t worry, Deliveroo have just announced that they have partnered up with over 700 halal restaurants in the UK to offer a fantastic 20% off all orders from selected restaurants. The offer will be running from 6pm until midnight for the […]
Whether it is day one, two or three of Ramadan, you’re probably at that stage where you’re still getting into the groove of not eating for most of the day and come iftar time, you are ready to F-E-A-S-T. Don’t worry, us too and all we want to eat right now is the most fried, […]
Perhaps this is the least exciting Ramadan recipe you will see on HGAT but there is a good reason why these keema pastries have been featured. In fact, we’ll list you the reasons why because they seem to be endless! Why you need these keema pastries in your life: They are incredibly easy to make […]
Ramadan Kareem to you all! Yes, HGAT recipes are back and this time, we’re starting the month with this deliciously cheesy, buttery khachapuri. Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian dish that consists of a bread (puri) that is topped with plenty of cheese (khacho) and in some regions, eggs and butter. There are many variations of […]
Ramadan Kareem to all of you! We all know that dates are synonymous with Ramadan and it wouldn’t be a Iftar table without those sweet, dried fruit there. Whether you like them blitzed up into date truffle balls, smothered in white/dark/milk chocolate, stuffed with nuts or candied fruit peel or even just plain ol’ regular […]
** This post has been sponsored by Vita Coco Coconut Water** Over the last few years, we’ve seen a real change in the way Muslims eat during Ramadan and there has been a shift to less fried foods and more grilled items, fruits in place of rich desserts, salads and a lot more healthy options. […]
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.