Posts Tagged“ramzan food”

One of the things that makes me incredibly happy is when folks are receptive to the things I write and enjoy what I post. When people try out recipes that I’ve toiled over and experimented with, it’s a different kind of high. The response for my ongoing Ramadan Recipes series has been wonderful but the nicest response was when Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing extended some recipes that are a Ramadan specialties,  sourced from Chef Jens Muenchenbach, at Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah. I absolutely love collecting recipes and tend to do cooking classes wherever I go. Chef Muenchenbach’s recipes…

This new series of Ramadan Recipes that I’ve started is turning out to be quite tricky. It’s completely out of my element and not food I cook often but it is food that I really enjoy. To try and keep up so that I post regularly BEFORE Ramdan is actually over, I’ve picked a simple dessert that is so easy, you can make this in no time and most of the ingredients are things you might already have handy in your pantry. If not, no worries a quick grocery run and you’ll be set. This is an interesting dessert called…

As part of my Ramadan Recipes series on the blog, I’m trying to find dishes that you would typically eat during the holy month of Ramzan for iftar. There are plenty of recipes but this is not my area of expertise so it takes a little time and practice to perfect these recipes. A dish I thoroughly enjoy no matter what time of the year is a Baida Roti ( egg roti ) It’s usually stuffed with lamb but I enjoy the chicken one as well. It’s like a thick stuffed pancake almost and eerily similar to an Indonesian Murtabak.…