Monday, 30 June 2014

Guest Post-Chana Fried Kabab

Its Thirdrd day of Ramadan and here i am wishing All my readers a late Ramadan Mubarak. When Huma asked me to do a guest post on Ramadan for her blog, i was excited as well as nervous as its my First guest post.

To find the Recipe of Chana Fried Kabab please join me over at Huma's blog Gheza-e-Shirin, where she does a Series of Ramadan Recipes with other Bloggers.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Minty Mango Juice

This year it's perfect time, for Ramadan to fall in Summer and Summer being Season of Mangoes. The preparations have started in many households to observe the holy month, which mainly includes stocking the daily essentials, preparing and freezing instant fried items. The hustle bustle of people in grocery shops and supermarkets all indicate the joy with which people awaits the month of Ramadan.

Well at my place we have started Pre-Preps of Samosa's and Spring Rolls and freezing them, the kids and elders literally counting days on fingers. Where we get to be awake the whole night throughout the Ramadan enjoying and Doing Ibadah (praying) with the cousins not to forget the yummy food that we have and Sleep the whole day.

I am sharing the Recipe of Mango Juice that i made, which is perfect to make in Ramadan as its quick to make and can be served in both Suhoor or Iftar as it has cooling properties which are gentle on stomach with the natural Ingredients.

Here is how I made it:


2 sliced mangoes

4 to 5 mint leaves

2 tblsp lemon juice

1/2 tsp black salt

2 glasses chilled water

4 tblsp honey (optional)


Blend all ingredients together to a smooth consistency, pour in glasses and serve immediately.

Notes: if your Mangoes are sweeter the omit the honey, if not then you can substitute honey with brown sugar or stevia.