Sweet and spicy Thai Chicken burger is a perfect spin on a classic burger wether it's for dinner/ brunch and is sure to be a hit with your family and guests. Are you a Thai food lover! , and if you love to treat yourself with a good burger, these easy Thai burgers are going … Continue reading Thai Chicken Burger
Chicken balls with yogurt mustard sauce new twist on the traditional delicacy from Assam called xoriyoh sorsori , usually cooked with fish. My twist is Chicken meat balls in mustard sauce and that's Wowsome! Seared tender meatballs in golden sunshine sauce. These chicken meatballs are made with ground chicken and nuzzled in a rich yet … Continue reading Chicken Meatballs in Yogurt Mustard Sauce
Most often, you’ll see Butter Chicken recipes that are made with loads of (you are right!) butter, cream, ghee, etc. Though sounds yummy, but doesn’t sound healthy at all, does it? But my version of butter chicken with minus butter and cream is much healthier and is really, really simple! It's Sunday! Starting a new week … Continue reading HEALTHY BUTTER CHICKEN Low Carb, no butter, no cream recipe!
If you’re asking if it’s possible to make a healthier version of your favorite stir fry takeout at home that actually tastes great and doesn’t take a ton of time? The answer is one hundred and ten percent YES! Just 5 ingredients and 3 steps and 15 minutes is all you need. Like all households … Continue reading 15 minutes 5 Ingredients Healthy Stir Fried Chicken
How about Trick or Treat in Arabic style or precicely Khaleeji style! "Gergaoon" is such a joyful celebration especially amongst children in the Arabian culture. It is celebrated on the 15th night of the holy month of Ramadan.Children wear traditional clothes, carry beautifully ornate colorful drawstring bags and walk around the neighborhood door-to-door to receive candies, … Continue reading Cheesy Chicken Seekh
Ramadan is just round the corner, but it doesn't look anything like it this year.I will definitely miss out on the hustles of the streets and markets here in Bahrain. Everything looks pretty quite this year amid the pandemic. Whatever the situation may be people would certainly celebrate this holy month in their best possible … Continue reading Mediterranean Lamb Keftedes
Due to the pandemic covid19 and amid the lockdown, it feels like hard to celebrate festivals. It saddens me knowing the fact that some are fortunate enough to be with their families, while so many others are away from their loved ones. People all around the world will be celebrating Easter Sunday at home this … Continue reading 4 Ingredients French Apple Tart
Squezeed between Tibet, China and India, the little country Bhutan is also called the last and the only country in the world with traditional Himalayan Buddhist culture and rated as one of the most happiest countries.The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the most enchanting and most culturally preserved nations in the world. The charming … Continue reading Simple Bhutanese Chicken Paa
Don't know, how I managed to stay put at home for two whole weeks without setting a foot out of the main door.For a person like me, who is usually on her toes the whole day, managing myriads of things, be it working out or taking care of kids, work, home, socializing, cooking, cleaning till … Continue reading Persian style Beans Soya Herb Stew with roasted garlic.
Why is celebration mostly associated with occasions, success, victory, etc and similar context? This was kind of a question posed by my little one Annie, while I was busy arranging a cake and few other stuff to celebrate one of our friend's sons success in his academics. When she asked for whom am I doing … Continue reading JOOJEH CHICKEN WINGS