Mint Chutney

I never use mint chutney throughout the year as much as I use it Ramadan. It’s so refreshing, especially when it’s mixed in yogurt. It also helps get all the fried food down and tones down the grease level! I already have a basic recipe for mint chutney up, but this is a different version […]

Veggies on the side

I’ve been eating more vegetables lately, whether it’s to be healthy or just to balance out all the chicken and butter, i’m not sure. But it doesn’t really matter, because they’re delicious. You can use any mix of veggies you want. i tend to go for the staples in my house: Potatoes, carrots, peas, green […]

Chicken Piccata

Oh my word. This is one of those recipes that makes me fall in love with cooking all over again. The simplicity, the short list of ingredients, the flavour; everything about this makes me happy! It also reminds me of how a couple of fresh ingredients can do wonders. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 pound […]

Pakorey and Chutney

It’s Ramadan, and no matter how vigorously you swear off fried food before it starts, you end in a downward spiral towards all the deep fried foods that have become associated with fasting, because who needs all the health benefits, right? And the king of Ramadan fried food are delicious crunchy and fulfilling Pakorey. I […]

Hummus

Here’s the last recipe to the lebanese food puzzle! These four recipes make me happy, and they’ll make you all happy too! You now have the menu for a fabulous luncheon/dinner, and even brunch (why not, right?). Here’s what you’ll need: 1 cup chickpeas, drained (I prefer the canned ones) 3-4 T tahina paste (sesame […]