Sweet, crunchy & loved by many – Bite-size meringues are the way to go for your next tea party!
Zeenat Adam shared this recipe with us: I had picked some pecans from trees in the garden and didn’t have any new ideas on what to make with it. Inspired by Salma Mayet’s Coffee Pecan Brownies, I decided to try my own recipe: Pecan Nut Slice Base: 1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 […]
I’m not sure if the interest in this cake was triggered by the frenzy over French Macarons (these have got to be the best I’ve tasted, thanks Farzanah!) or my eagerness to use my newly purchased bundt pan. Regardless this cake is a winner, I love the way the colours contrast each other. Also the richness […]
Cupcakes, these pretty little delights never seem to lose their charm. So simple yet so versatile! Gotta love ’em! For the Cupcakes: Adapted from Nigella Lawson 125g butter 7 tablespoons sugar 2 large eggs 3/4 cup flour 1 & 3/4 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (stay away from vanilla essence) 2 tablespoons milk Method: […]
Being a foodie, I’ve immersed myself in a good few spaces to engage and exchange, inspire and be inspired on all things concerning f-o-o-d. This recipe was sourced from a South African foodie celeb, Angela Day – a household name who’s earned a stable reputation for successful baking and cooking. Angela Day has a column […]
This is the second post by contributor Zahra Al Tamimi – she first shared with us something a little healthy Leek and Potato Soup but now its onto something a sweeter: Chocolate marble cheesecake with chocolate, marshmallow & cookie crumb topping Warning- this is NOT for the diet conscious BUT it will make you very happy! Ingredients For […]
One thing I don’t like doing is throwing food away. Especially during the month of Ramadan. So I knew I had to make a pie with the apple and pears that no one seemed to want to eat. I first made the sweet shortcrust pastry, and while it was sitting in the fridge I made […]
This easy Date Cake is a great dessert to take along to an Iftar. It’s delicious when served warm or cold with softly whipped cream or greek yogurt.
After the taraweeh prayer, we’re always on the look out for some munchies and treats. Traditionally my family tend to have milky deserts, fruit salads and all the leftover supper savouries as a late snack. In keeping with this tradition, we returned from prayers last night to tuck into these gorgeous baked pears. This recipe is my […]
Thanks to Greenhorm Cooking for sharing this with us! Milk – 1 cup Eggs – 3 All purpose Flour – 3/4 cup Sugar – 3 tbs Butter – 30 – 50 grams Apple – 2 medium (Cut to small pieces length wise. Peel t if desired) Cinnamon – 1 tsp Lemon zest – 1 tsp […]