Thursday, May 25, 2017

Tastiest Chicken Shami Kababs recipe 😍 for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ

The sizzling sound in the frying pan and the aroma that surrounds is sensational while preparing shami kababs. AND the taste…delightful!  πŸ₯˜ Shami Kabab is a truly delicious treat at any time of the day. You can make sandwiches with it or serve it as snack, they are perfect for Ramadan, for Sahoor or for iftar. πŸ•Œ

I always prefer to make a big batch and freeze. The best part is that the kababs freeze very well so you can make several days or weeks ahead of time  They become soggy and fall apart when completely defrosted, so fry them on medium heat within 10-15 minutes after taking out of the freezer.

If you walk into my home unannounced, chances are I will have some of these kababs in the freezer. Depending on the time, I serve them as snack with and a chatni or make a sandwich for lunch , or serve with rice dishes for dinner.  You get the point?  They are versatile and can be served anytime of the day.

Video Tutorial:


Chicken (bone in) 1 whole, 2 lbs (you can substitute with boneless beef)
Garam lentil (Channay ki daal) 250 gm (1 1/4 cups)
Salt 1 tsp or to taste
Cumin seeds (zeera) 1 tbsp
Coriander seeds (sabut dhaniya) 1 tbsp
Whole red chilies (Sabut lal mirch) 10 - 12
Turmeric (haldi) 1/4 tsp
Ginger 1 tbsp
Garlic 1 tbsp
Onion quartered 1 medium

Cilantro 1/2 cup
Mint leaves 12 - 15
Onion 1 small
Green chilies 6 -8
Garam masala powder 1 tsp
Eggs 2
Oil for frying

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Homemade Frozen Paratha's Recipe 🍳| Getting Ready for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ

Making Sehri in Ramzan can be a pretty tough job at times. Specially when it comes in the summer. So I am sharing easy way to prepare your sehri in few minutes with these paratha's which can be frozen and has a flaky, layered texture and a wonderful aroma guaranteed to please any appetite

What really impresses me about them is the way that all one needs is a hot frying pan - with no oil or ghee or butter or very little grease - into which one places the frozen paratha, and then in minutes one can have restaurant food for Sahoor or for breakfast.

Video Tutorial:


All purpose flour (maida) 4 cups
Salt 1 tsp or to taste
Sugar 2 tbsp
Milk 2 tbsp
Baking powder 1 tsp
Ghee/Oil 1 tbsp
Water for kneading

Vegetable Shortening for layering (Use Uni-puff or master puff)

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Deep Cleaning you Fridge/Freezer πŸ’™ | Getting Ready for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ

The best time to clean your fridge when its nearing empty, right before you go grocery shopping... I've been so busy lately, work, Youtube videos and kids end of school projects, that everything was piling up and since Ramadan are coming, I know I have to tackle this project, it was getting super grimy and disorganized


To start up my project I took out absolutely everything from the fridge, I remove everything I possibly can, all shelves and drawers. While I was taking out stuff and food which needs to be thrown away, I was doing it right away. We always have a leftover food day at least once a week, but still I have food which needs to be thrown away.

For wiping and sanitizing I made my homemade cleaner with 50/50 ratio of water and Vinegar.. I clean everything with this liquid and wipe out with paper towel.. for some stubborn stain sprinkle some baking soda and scrub in using sponge then wipe with water or with this water solution and polish out. I wipe down absolutely everything using same method

Time to put everything back on its place and time to organize... I saw people using table mat as a fridge liners and I  adore that idea to catch up any spills and for quick cleanup... Then load your food... including your grocery shopping purchase... and start organizing according to your
household needs, I am stocking up on chutneys and achars since Ramadan are coming... and daily
breakfast items will go back...

Video Tutorial:

So After Fridge, time to move on to my freezer compartment, almost followed the same procedure,
took out almost everything but for freezer i put the stuff right by the freezer on the floor, and starting working my way up little quicker.. I took out all plastic shelving I possibly can and washed
them outside in my driveway with soapy water

Then Start cleaning up with same vinegar water liquid... I have no idea how bottom of the freezer get those crumbs so the best way to clean thoese use hose extension on your vacuum its super fast.

so here's Before....

And here's After...

Its so freakingly satisfying to see clean fridge. You’ll save money because you won’t be re-buying
things you didn’t realize you had buried in the back of the fridge. Plus, your fridge will work more efficiently and be more cost-effective.
Most importantly, though, having a clean fridge will help keep your family healthy and safe!

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Creamy Chicken Bread Cutlets | Ramadan Recipe by morEwish πŸ•Œ

Simple bread wrapped around a spicy creamy chicken, veggies and  cheese filling, coated with bread crumbs... great for  snack, picnics or entertaining guests, and perfect for iftaar...

If you're trying this recipe or any other snacks for this Ramadan please dont forgot to take a picture and tag me on Facebook, Twitter or on Instagram with #RamadanwithmorEwish and remember me and my family in your prayers please!

Video Tutorial:


Boneless chicken 1 lbs
(Boil with ginger and garlic and green chilies)
Butter 3 tbsp
All purpose flour 3 tbsp
Salt and black pepper
Milk 1 cup - 1 1/2 cups
Onion chopped 1/2 cup
Corn 1/2 cups
Chopped cilantro 1/3 cup
Chopped green chilies 1 -2 tbsp
Bread slices 12-15 slices
Egg - for coating
Bread crumbs

Crispy and crunchy from outside, filled with spicy creamy cheesy chicken and veggie mixture. All satisfying ingredients for iftar. So, find some time and make these flavorful Crispy Chicken Cutlets.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Getting Ready for Ramadan | Ramadan Kitchen Hacks by morEwish πŸ’ž

Ramadan Is around the corner, being the month where the rewards of any act of worship and charity are multiplied. Ramadan is a time Muslims look forward to, as we strive to perform more ibadah and good deeds.
Unfortunately sometime we spend the ENTIRE day planning, cooking, shopping and thinking about food, instead of concentrating on Salah, Quran and other acts of worships.

However, do keep in mind that Ramadan is not a food festival. It is so much more than that, we need to prioritize. This is why just as you may have an ibadah plan for Ramadan, having a planned and organised kitchen is also important, so this year I came up with few ideas on how to stay organized and plan ahead for Ramazan so we can  focus  more on other activities like performing taraweeh, reciting Quran and performing dhikr and i am super excited to share with you guys today!

Video Tutorial:

1. Pre Ramadan deep cleaning:

Since we do not want to spend lot of time and energy doing any major cleaning up in our kitchen during Ramadan, it makes perfect sense to do this beforehand. Getting rid of any extra stuff or ingredients to make space for the items that you will need for Ramadan.
Deep cleaning your oven, microwave, cabinets, fridge, freezer, windows, kitchen counter, stove top and floor. Designate a home for all your ingredients and kitchen utensils or tools.

2. Make list and Go Shopping: 

Make a complete list of necessary ingredients which are essentials for your household needs, stuff including, tamaraind, imli, cholay, baisan... Dont forget to add hepling Items like cling wrap, foil, paper towel, plastic bags and food containers. They are useful to have in the kitchen, especially when it comes to meal preparation and storing leftovers or make-ahead meals.

3.  Ramadan as a Family: 

Ramadan is ideal for families to spend time together in a period that is so spiritually uplifting! Ramadan is a time where the home is a spiritual hub for the family  As parents, siblings and relatives, we should take advantage of this excitement and make Ramadan productive for the children too! Invite them to help prepare iftar with child-friendly recipes, or like here I made a assembly line and target was to make 100 Chicken Puffs.

We have seen mostly its sisters spend time preparing iftar, and for most, they have to focus and energy on all the household tasks including the cooking. Encourage your spouse to get involved in helping prepare iftar by sharing tasks such as chopping and setting up the table. Gently remind your spouse of the sunnah of helping around the house and that the reward for good deeds is multiplied by 70 during Ramadan!

4.  Menu Planning: 

Now that we have got the cleaning covered, it is time to move on to meal planning. I believe that doing this in advance will help make our transition into Ramadan much easier inshAllah. Sit down and  list down all the dishes that you plan to serve throughout the entire month I recommend that you consider including meals that can be made ahead of time in your menu. Here I am sharing
some food ideas which I am preparing for my family...

πŸ‘‰ Condiments:

Ramazan are considered to be incomplete without condiments, dips and chutneys.  I already prepared my Mint Chutney/Hari Chutney, Tamarind Ginger Chutney/ Imli and sonth ki chutney and Chaat masala

πŸ‘‰ Frozen Paratha's and Breads:

Forzen paratha's are great for Suhoor of Iftaar, or even for kids lunches, if you have pre made frozen parathas in freezer they will be super handy.

πŸ‘‰ Frozen Snacks:

Fried, spicy, snacks is a part of the Ramadan recipes and preparations. Although, Consume fried foods and sugar desserts in moderation. But here are some snacks I already prepared and kept in freezer

Chicken Puff/ Chicken Patties, Spring Rolls, Egg ans Cheese Spring Rolls, Shami kababs, Potato and Cottage Cheese Cutlets, Creamy Chicken Bread Cutlets,

5.  Organize Everything in Freezer: 

Your freezer can be your coolest friend and a big help when it comes to Ramazan preps. . I find that having an organized freezer makes our lives (and meal prep) so much easier. I bought these stack em up containers from DT to organize ramadan stuff in my garage freezer.
Develop a little system for where you store items, move older freezer meals to the front, newer ones to the back. When you go to grab something – make a point to grab the oldest item.
Label everything. Keep a permanent marker right by the freezer


Friday, May 5, 2017

Breakfast Quesadillas | Mom's Day breakfast in bed idea by morEwish

A breakfast quesadilla recipe is the perfect with eggs to spice up your morning. Fluffy eggs and a crispy tortilla make this speedy  great for breakfast or brunch. The mild cheese, onions  and peppers offer the perfect mix of flavors.

Thinking of taking Mom to brunch for Mother's Day? This year, consider the gift of breakfast
in bed instead. Start mom's special day off right with our best ideas and recipes for breakfast in bed.. click here πŸ˜‡

These still feel special—they are quesadillas, after all!—but they don’t require the kind of attention that pancakes and waffles do. You simply scramble eggs, stuff them in between tortillas with cheese and fry them until the cheese melts.

Video Tutorial:

Scrambled Eggs Video Tutorial:


Scrambled Eggs 6 eggs
Onions chopped 1/4 cup
Bell pepper chopped 1/4 cup
Salt, black pepper for seasoning
Mexican blend cheese 1 cup
Crushed red peppers 1/2 tsp (optional)
Flour tortillas (2 for each) 6
Butter and olive oil

More Mother's Day Ideas and Recipes - click here

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas 🏫 | DIY Baskets by Ee'z

Teacher Appreciation week is here again! This time we made baskets with assortments with some candy and cute tag, tumbler and some beverage.. and its not only for our teacher but for our bus driver Mr. bob as well! ✐

You Can check more Ideas here which we did in past... 

Monday, May 1, 2017

Chicken Shorba recipe by morEwish 🍽

Comfort food like no other, this simple chicken curry is sure to become your family favorite. In the Indian subcontinent, the term shorba simply means gravy which is more of a soupy consistency and is served with naan or roti. Shorba can be made in various ways for example using lentils, vegetables or meat.

These fabulous Chicken Shorba recipe is delicious and easy -  a hearty meal and a little taste of home, perfect for week nights... This lip smacking Chicken Shorba recipe is one of my family favorites.

Video Tutorial:


Chicken 3 lbs, medium pieces
Fried Onions 1/2 cup
Yogurt 1 cup
Ginger paste 1 tsp
Garlic paste 1 tsp
Salt, 1 tsp or to taste
Red chili powder 1 tbsp or taste
Coriander powder 1 tsp
Turmeric 1/4 tsp
Garam masala, to sprinkle
Oil 1/2 cup

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

100th Video!!! Plain Teatime Vanilla Cake Recipe | Cake Tutorial by morEwish

Today Marks the 100th Episode of the Video Series. A huge thank you to everyone from around the globe whohas subscribed to the blog and YouTube … never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined millions of friends would be watching, learning and smiling along as I cook in my little kitchen.

This Best-Ever traditional Pakistani bakery style Butter Cake, pound cake, teatime cake is super moist, easy to make, and this Cake truly is the best. My family and I could not stop eating it.The smell of this takes me back to my childhood... a slice of this at teatime was a real treat

πŸ’‘ Tip: Sifting flour helps to remove any lumps from the flour, which could affect your baking and also removes any unwanted debris. In addition, sifting helps to combine the flour with any dry ingredients like baking powder, salt or cocoa powder before they are added to the recipe.

Video Tutorial:


Eggs 2
Sugar 1 cup
All purpose flour 1 1/4 cup
Baking powder 1 1/4 tsp
Oil 1/2 cup
Milk 1/2 cup
Vanilla essence 1 tsp
Orange food color few drops, optional

πŸ’‘ Tip: You can check your cake like after about 30 minutes if its darken a little bit then you can cover it with little bit of foil, just tent it lightly

This cake is the lightest, fluffiest and tastiest simple plain vanilla cake ever. This old-fashioned cake has been around for a very long time. It’s a very delicate and moist cake.
If you look over the years, the styles have changed - The icing to the cakes has changed flavors. But if you really look at the cake itself, it’s really the same

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hari Mirch Qeema | Spicy Grounded meat recipe by morEwish

When I have a craving for meat I always think of a Qeema. We as a family are a big fan of ground meat and you cannot beat the feeling of a spicy meaty dish... No funny ingredients and just simple stove top cooking! classic comfort food.

Memories and storytelling are what makes us human beings... I have a very strong childhood memory of Hari mirch qeema, it reminds me of our family picnics with rawa maida paratha.. wow! I am missing all that while I am making this qeema. Please leave me a comment what foods remind you of your childhood, I would love to hear about that..

Video tutorial:


Grounded meat ( Beef Qeema) 2 lbs
Fried onion 1/2 cup
Salt 1 1/2 tsp (to taste)
Red chili powder 1 tbsp (to taste)
Coriander powder 2 tsp
Garlic paste 1 tbsp
Ginger paste 1 tbsp
Turmeric pd 1/2 tsp
Yogurt 1 cup
Garam masala powder 1/2 tsp
Cilantro, chopped 1 tbsp (optional)
Oil 1/4 cup

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