Showing posts with label Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Food. Show all posts

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Quench Your Thirst This Iftar With Frothy Lassi

There is nothing more satisfying at Iftar time than a yummy glass of home-made Lassi. It is revitalizing, energizing and gives you that perfect kick to complete the rest of your day. It's also super easy to make. Here's how: 

Serving time:
Less than 5 minutes including clean-up.

Makes 4-5 glasses

  • Nestle Yogurt: 3-4 Table spoons
  • Sugar: 3 Table spoons
  • Ice Cubes: 5-6 
  • Milk: 2.5 glasses
  • Cream (optional): 2 Table spoons

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Baked Marshmallow, Strawberry and Nutella Wraps

Hi guys! I have been so caught up that I haven't been able to blog in a while. My younger sister Waliya was over from Islamabad for a few days as she was invited as a judge at Lums photography competition. She had also arranged for some shoots here. While she was here, I made chicken and vegetable wraps for her. Since I am always short on time, I decided to make a quick and easy dessert for her too. That's when I came up with the idea of baked Marshmallow, strawberry and Nutella wraps. 


Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Quick & Easy Multi-purpose Recipe

Hi guys! Today I will be sharing a very handy and easy recipe on my blog for you guys. It is a mixture which can be used to make tasty panini, burger, sandwich, pizza, pasta, macaroni, and lasagne. It is very handy as it can be spread on toast to make breakfast, lunch or dinner. It can also be stored in the fridge or freezer for emergencies. 

Friday, 13 May 2016

5 Minute Tuna Melt Recipe

Dear readers, I hope you are well. Today I will be sharing one of my recipes with you. Its very simple, yet useful and relatively healthy. The best thing about this recipe is that it can have a thousand variations, so sky is the limit. Would love to know how you tried it.

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Qararay Pakoray – Pakoras with a Twist

During this blessed month of Ramadan, Pakoras are a popular snack at Iftaar time. Through out the day (for about sixteen hours) we resist our temptation. There may not be a better feeling in the world than that of breaking your fast with deadly Irani dates, scrumptious pakoras and the divine taste of chilled water. My sister Nataliya gave me this Prawn pakora recipe about three years ago. I really enjoyed making them in the English weather specially during Ramadan, rainy days or while entertaining guests. Today I’m sharing two recipes from my tried out collection on this blog. 

    Prawn Pakoras

Monday, 30 June 2014

A Unique Blend

I have always been very fond of milkshakes and smoothies. All my colleagues used to have tea and coffee at work and they used to be surprised to see me having cold milk even when it was snowing outside. Whenever I go out to a coffee place, I always eye their shakes list. Normally I play it safe and end up having strawberry or a mixed berry smoothie. Recently, I have been making sweet lassi, mango smoothie, banana smoothie and cold coffee in my blender a lot. I remember in Westfield shopping center about two years ago, I was handed over a free sample of a shake. I couldn’t guess what it is but the taste was very different and it was very energizing. He told me that it is a date shake. I couldn’t really absorb the idea at that time so I never was motivated enough to try one myself.