This Eid ditch the usual favourites and give Basbousa a try! Basbousa is a popular Middle Eastern sweet made from Semolina. It has it's origins in Egypt but is very commonly prepared is homes as well as sold in local bakeries across the Middle East. Basbousa is cooked in a pan traditionally but these days… Continue reading Basbousa – Eid Special
Mutabbaq / Murtabak is a popular street food of Saudi Arabia, it is essentially a box shaped Paratha with a mince stuffing and layers of egg and chopped vegetables. A meal in it self, just 1 or 2 Mutabbaq is enough to carry on for the day, especially during Ramadan as a suhoor/ sehri dish.… Continue reading Mutabbaq / Murtabak
Kofta Curry is an Indian dish of meatballs in gravy. This famous meatball curry consists of fine mince balls cooked in a tangy spicy curry and served along with bread or fragrant white rice. Kofta curry is a lip-smacking, easy to prepare curry dating back to royal kitchens from the era of Mughals. It is… Continue reading Kofta Curry
Chicken Cutlets are those tender cakes of meat popularly served as starters across the global and eaten by dunking in variety of hot and tangy sauces. The term cutlet is of English origin and actually refers to a piece of meat which has been flavoured, crumbed and fried. However, over the years the dish… Continue reading Bohri White Sauce Cutlets (chicken)
Baklava is a baked sweet which is made of Filo / Phyllo / Fillo pastry. It has endless layers of the pastry, nuts and butter soaked in sweet flavoured syrup.