*This post has been sponsored by Hellmann’s Mayonnaise* We’re all about this whipped feta garlic dip this Ramadan and here are about a million reasons why: It takes less than 5 minutes to make It uses one piece of equipment so less cleaning up It uses items you’ll already have in your fridge or pantry […]
Fried steak is exactly what it is: fried pieces of steak! It’s one of the recipes that remind me of Ramadan at home when I was young one and although it may seem basic, it delivers the most delicious outcome in the shortest time. Mind you, this isn’t using sirloin, rib eye or any of […]
Garlic. Parmesan. Chicken. Wings. You can’t get a better chicken wing than that. It’s creamy, garlicky, spicy and of course, crispy. And the best part, these are air fried so it avoids any of the unhealthy connotations with frying! Air fryers are all the craze right now and we’ve seen all sorts of creations from […]
Growing up, I was never a fan of aubergine. Perhaps it was the texture or even just a bad experience at a restaurant that made me really not care much for the purple fruit – yes, it’s a fruit! I didn’t hate it but it definitely had a solid spot at the bottom of my […]
Miss those days where you would walk around the shopping centre and buy yourself one of those humongous soft pretzels from Auntie Annes ? Us too. So we decided to have a go at making some soft baked pretzels at home ourselves. Now, it’s not exactly the real deal but these soft baked pretzels are […]
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 […]
Yes, it’s raining in London in the middle (well, almost) of July and you’re just feeling some comfort food. Well, I’ve got you covered with these garlic herby cheese rolls. These are also great as a starter for Eid ul Adha coming up!
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 […]