Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Eidi Opening Time 🎁 | Eid Gifts πŸŽ‰ American Girl LOL Surprise Pet Hatchimals and more with Eez 2018

Eid Mubarak Everyone! Today we opened our Eid presents eidi which we got from Mom and Dad, from grandparents, Jiya Phupho and Hasso (uncle) :) Thank you everyone for presents and making our Eid more special and great!


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Monday, June 11, 2018

Kalakand Recipe 🎁| Instant version for Eid πŸŽ‰ by morEwish




Whenever I see "instant",  it instantly grab my attention! Any quick and instant recipe which cut down on cooking time without sacrificing taste, is a blessing!
You can spend more time at the dinner table with your family, and enjoy! So today I am making easy and instant kalakand for Eid.





A delicious and juicy dessert prepared with paneer/cottage cheese. Authentic kalakand takes a long time to prepare. This is an instant version for you guys. My version of Kalakand is simple and uses just 3 basic ingredients.This is traditionally made on festivals and I am taking  this opportunity to make it for Eid.


  



Enjoy my version of instant Kalakand which is delicious, rich, super yummy and will just melt away in your mouth.
And Eid Mubarak from morEwish and family!


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Ingredients:

Milk 2 litre
Lemon juice 1/2 cup
Condensed milk 1 can (397 grams)
Ghee 1 tablespoon
Cardamom powder (elaichi) 1 tsp or Cardamom -  8-10

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Celebrating Ramadan πŸ•Œ | πŸ§•Iftar Distribution among Neighbors πŸ’–



Ramadan is a great opportunity to share Islam and more specifically, its values of spirituality, generosity and kindness with others, especially with our neighbors! This year we shared this Iftar platter with our neighbors including some information about Ramadan and Eid, with food and its description to help them avoid food that causes allergies.


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Monday, June 4, 2018

Sunshine 🌞 Berry πŸ“ Punch 🍷 | Refreshing Drink recipe for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ





With sunshine in the name, how could it not be perfect for summer? Today i am making this easy party punch recipe, which is bubbly and packed with fresh fruit flavors. This easy recipe is perfect for iftar, summer time, breakfast, brunch or just whenever.





I used fresh strawberries but you can add frozen strawberries (with or without sugar) as well. Then you can add either club soda for less sweet or lemon lime soda like 7up or sprite for more sweetness in your drink. What’s great about this brunch party drink is that you can add as much or as little of something as you like to suit your taste preference.




I don't know what i like more.. the drink or the fun fruit on the glass!  Its fun refreshing drink and perfect for any age. For such simple party punch this is loaded with flavors!

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Ingredients:

½ gallon orange juice
2 small cans pineapple juice
1 tbsp lemon juice
16 oz (1 lbs) strawberries or 1 (14 oz) pkg frozen sliced strawberries (with or without sugar)
2 cans club soda/seltzer water/lemon lime soda (7up/Sprite)
ice

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Ramadan Teacher Goodies 🎁| Teachers Gift πŸ‘©‍🏫 for Ramadan by Ee'z





Ramadan is all about sharing! So this year since schools are open in Ramadan we thought to giveaway some goodies to our school teachers, includes one Ramadan Card which tells them what Ramadan is.



Then we assemble all in this cute tumbler, and add dates, juice sachets, and a gift card! 





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Monday, May 28, 2018

Bread Pakora 🍞 Recipe for Ramadan πŸ•Œ by morEwish




Bread Pakoras is a popular indian fried snack -- a perfect Mumbai's roadside snack. I never tried it before but when I saw this recipe online I wanted to give this a try!
It is crispy  on the outside and bursting with hot, spicy,  tangy flavours inside. I like to define bread pakoras as 2 slices of bread sandwiched with “awesomeness inside”. 




I have seen several other variations, using chicken, or cheese, or white sauce filling, but I am making authentic Mumbai road-side style bread pakoras, using potato filling with Mint chutney spread on one bread slice and ketchup on other.




You can serve these yummy goodness with Tamarind chutney, or Mint chutney or even with ketchup.

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Ingredients:

Batter:

Gram flour (baisan) 1 cup
Carom seeds (ajwain) 1/2 tsp
Salt
Red chili powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Baking soda 1/4 tsp

Potato Filling:

Boiled and mashed potatoes - 2 medium
Onion small cube 1 medium
Green chilli, chopped 2 -3
Cilantro, chopped 2 -3 tbsp
Salt
Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp
Mango powder (Amchoor/ khatai powder) 1/2 tsp
Garam masala powder 1/2 tsp

Bread Slices
Mint Chutney
Ketchup



Friday, May 11, 2018

Mix Chaat πŸ’― Channa Chaat recipe 🀀 with Papri hack for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ




Chaat - a savoury snack which you can easily devour at road side food carts back home (now not all of us have that privilege). Chaat comes in dozens — if not hundreds — of varieties. It's more of a state of mind than a recipe, an invitation to customize based on the contents of your fridge and the whims of your appetite. Today I am sharing my version of mix chaat so here's how to chaat any time you please




You start building your chaat with something cool and creamy but with texture like I do, I arrange my Meethi Dahi Phulki for soft dumplings and sweet creamy yogurt for yummy foundation of chaat. Then I scatter chole, you can add boiled potatoes as well or curried chickpeas works too. Then slather it with chutneys, refreshing Mint or Tamarind chutneys or may be both works wonder. Then add diced tomatoes, onions or maybe cilantro. And top them off with some Homemade papri which I made with Uncooked Tortillas, sprinkle chaat masala - a final way to customize your chaat.




Chaat is a word that describes more than just a set of snacks: It’s a category of food that hits practically every element that makes something craveable—sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Regardless of what route you choose to take, traditional and from-scratch or an unconventional snack-mix version, there's no wrong way to chaat.

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Ingredients:

Meethi Dahi PhulkiChole and/or cubed boiled potatoes
Diced tomatoes and onions
Tamarind and ginger chutney Chaat masala


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Thursday, May 3, 2018

Cheeseburger Spring Rolls πŸ”πŸ’—πŸ₯‘ | How to shape Spring rolls πŸ₯’ Ramadan recipe by morEwish πŸ•Œ



Another staple food for iftar are spring rolls and what’s not to like about the crispy, golden crust of a Chinese spring roll? Or who doesn't enjoy the savory fillings of a juicy cheeseburger? Now imagine them combined!
Together, they make a delectable appetizer that will quickly become your new family favorite for iftar with a  special dipping sauce to reach a new level of cheeseburger πŸ”





I was a little thrown off when I came across this recipe by something inside an egg roll that is not the traditional cabbage and meat mixture. Cheeseburger in an egg roll? Hmmm…
But trust me this is one appetizer that your family and friends will run  to get to first. And if you dare to serve it at a party, people will start climbing over each other and tripping others to make sure they get some of these tasty egg rolls. They are pretty easy to make but make sure you make enough, because they will disappear fast.





Now, you can add any fixin you like in your cheeseburger like pickles or gherkins. I add shredded cheddar cheese in this recipe, while cheeseburger means American cheese. One, it's hard to find good tasting halal American cheese (If you know, please update me on that), second i prefer cheddar over American cheese anyways.


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Ingredients

Egg Rolls:
1 lb ground beef
1/2 medium yellow onion minced
1 tbsp vegetable oil for cooking
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
Salt and fresh cracked black pepper
6 oz of Cheddar cheese or 5 slices American cheese (I used cheddar)
1/2 cup yellow mustard
1/3 cup ketchup
13-14 egg roll wrappers
1 egg white plus 1 tbsp flour
Oil for frying


For the Dipping Sauce:

1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons ketchup
1 tsp paprika
A pinch of garlic powder
Salt

Monday, April 30, 2018

Authentic Street style Beef Samosa | How to shape Samosa πŸ”Ί | Ramadan recipe by morEwish πŸ•Œ




Alhumdulilah the Month of Ramadan is upon us again! Whenever I think about Iftar some traditional snacks which are associated with Ramadan comes to my mind like, pakoras rolls and samosa and more




So I am making a very authentic Beef samosa, which requires few ingredients and you can make easily at home in clean environment and you know exactly what's in there.




Not only this, shape samoosa in a perfect right angle triangle, is sometimes a big deal. I am sharing easy way here in my tutorial today. on how to shape samosa with easy step by step instructions.


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Ingredients:

Beef Grounded 1 lb
Salt 1 tsp or to taste
Cumin, roasted and crushed 1 tsp
Coriander, roasted and crushed 1 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli Powder 1/2 tsp
Crushed Red Chilli 1 tsp
Green Chillies 125gm 
Cilantro, chopped 4 tbsp
Onions 2 medium or 325 gm

Egg white 1
Flour 1 tbsp
Samosa patti
Oil for frying

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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Punjabi Rajma Masala | Red Kidney Beans Curry recipe by morEwish


Rajma, or red kidney bean curry is a go-to comfort food for many Indian people. Since I am adding more legumes to our diet I recently tried this recipe, since then having it very often. The creaminess of the red beans simmered in tomatoes with the spice from the gravy is perfect over a steaming bowl of rice or with chapati roti like we are having it.




Beans are a staple food in so many cultures around the world. They’re nutritious, contain protein as well as fiber, they’re widely available, inexpensive and above all- almost every culture has a comfort food version including beans.




Besides being easy to make, this dish is healthy and vegan. This recipe is so versatile, if you have a favorite way of making Kidney Beans, you can simply use this recipe as a guideline and use your spices!

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Ingredients:

3/4th cups Rajma (Red kidney beans) or 1 can
2 tablespoons Oil
1 Bay leaf
1 small or ½ cup Onion chopped finely or food processed
1 teaspoon Ginger
1 teaspoon Garlic
½ teaspoon Turmeric powder
1 ½ teaspoons Red chili powder
1 teaspoon Coriander powder
1 teaspoon Cumin powder
2 medium or 1 cup Tomato pureed
½ teaspoon Garam masala
Salt

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