Roasted Aubergine Dip

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 […]

12 Ramadan Recipes to Remind You Of Your Motherland

*This post has been sponsored by Anchor Butter* Dear Mum,  As we begin the month of Ramadan, we can’t help but think of you right now. We fondly remember bobbing around the kitchen whilst you cooked up the best iftar spread and secretly nibbling on your freshly fried pakoras when we thought you weren’t looking […]

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Soft Baked Pretzels

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 […]

Kiri Rolls – Asabe Zainab

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, […]

Mince Meat Pastries – Keema Pastries

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 […]

Khachapuri – Georgian Cheese Bread

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 […]

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10 Replenishing Coconut Water Recipes To Get You Through Ramadan

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. Next on the list of things to switch are the drinks!  […]

Saffron Milk Cake

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. 

Oven Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

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. 

Korean Fried Chicken Tenders

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.