Buttery English Scones

You’d probably know by now that I’m not a breakfast person, brunch is different so don’t quote me on all the brunch pictures you see! 🙈But when it comes to breakfast I either have a few sips of tea or the occasional sugary cereals (so unhealthy I know!!) I think it’s more to do with…

Chocolate Molten Lava Cakes

WARNING: Chocolate heaven below 👇🏻 If you know me for a while you’d have established that I love chocolates! (Chocoholic right here) if a box of Ferreros finishes in the house my household know who to look at 😐

Ferrero Mousse with 5 Ingredients

I recently whipped up this Ferrero mousse recipe for Eid, I wanted something quick and simple as I was short on time and Burfee just didn’t seem possible (Eid without Burfee what is life?! Anyway…) I came across this Ferrero mousse recipe and if you know me well you’d know anything with Ferreros and you’ve…

Rainbow Popcorn

We were having a lazy day thanks to the dull weather in London (so much for summer 😒) and whilst watching a movie I decided to take a spin on the traditional sweet popcorn and make rainbow popcorn to help bright up everyone’s mood with the endless grey clouds outside.

Samosa Chaat

With the hot weather here in London I’ve been trying out different varieties of Chaat such as Patha (a bit like spinach), Samosa and Aloo chaat as opposed to soups which are more preferred in the winter.

Dynamite Shrimps

If you’ve travelled to Dubai or the States and tried P.F Changs you might have tasted their famous dynamite shrimp starter….succulent shrimp dunked in a siracha mayo sauce (sooo mouthwatering!!) 😍😍 I was having craving for these recently and decided to create the PF Changs inspired dynamite shrimp starter 🍤

Date Biscuit Square/Truffles

We’ve had a surplus of dates this Ramadhan so much so that there isn’t enough days for the amount of dates lol! I decided to make date biscuits which are really easy to make, work well for both Eid and Ramadhan (for those that celebrate) and are a staple in my house. 

6 Ingredient Dhai Wara

If you’re rather puzzled by the title of todays post let me rest you assure Dhai Wara’s do exist. Dhai Wara is a Indian pastry perfect for tea. It consists of a dough like pastry dipped into hot syrup and then coated with desiccated coconut. Today I bring you the easiest recipe for a tea…

Simple Steps to Homemade Hummus

“Simple Steps to the creamiest homemade hummus just like Lebanese restaurants” After God knows how long I’ve take the liberty to finally get the effort to type out some recipes for my currently dormant blog (I’d like to say I’m sorry and insert hundred excuses but honestly I don’t really have anything besides I was…

Banana & Oats Pancakes

The saying breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper doesn’t work well in my books. Some people love breakfast, however I struggle immensely with breakfast options. I just don’t know what to eat and as a result just opt for a bowl of cereal or a cup of tea….

Hasselback Potatoes

“Crispy garlic and butter hasselback potatoes topped with sour cream and freshly chopped chives” Struggling for sides to serve with your dish? Hasselback potatoes are a great option along side chicken, steak and lamb roasts. The crisp edging gives a nice change to the standard baked potatoes and works perfect when topped with sour cream…

Cranberry and Orange Muffins

They say cranberry and oranges go together like peanut butter and jelly, and I couldn’t agree more!! I will admit I was rather skeptical when the idea was proposed to me as the combination of the two sounded quite absurd.