Cauliflower Fried Rice

Cauliflower Fried Rice

I’ve been spamming you on my IG stories with my love affair for cauliflower fried rice  but I kid you not, this may be my new favorite way to eat cauliflower and possibly yours too after you try this recipe! It’s quick, simple and meal prep friendly plus a low carb, Whole 30 approved way to enjoy a classic. Cauliflower…

Meal Prep: Tips To Get Started

Meal Prep: Tips To Get Started

Meal prepping, batch cooking, bulk prepping. Call it what you may, the goal is the same. To ensure you are equipped to eat wholesome, nutrient dense meals and snacks while limiting highly processed junk. In this blog post I want to address two topics I get asked about all the time – CONSISTENCY in maintaining healthy eating habits and CONQUERING…

Collagen Supplementation And Review

Collagen Supplementation And Review

This post includes affiliate links. I make a small commission if you buy through the links mentioned below at no cost to you.  These are products I use and love myself unless otherwise stated. Thank you for your support!    I can’t tell you how many questions I’ve been getting ever since I shared that I have started a collagen…

Pineapple Lime Cooler

Pineapple Lime Cooler

You all feeling the humidity creeping in lately? It’s starting to here in Houston and we’re getting the first glimpse of summer! Well, that’s perfect timing for this Pineapple Lime Cooler. Refreshing and hydrating with electrolytes from the coconut water and the perfect tang of lime. This is a crowd pleaser with ingredients that are in season and available globally!…

Hara Masala Chicken Skewers

Hara Masala Chicken Skewers

I had the pleasure of sharing a few recipes with Mashion for their Ramadan programming on Instagram. Here is one of them. Hara Masala Chicken Skewers. I used chicken breast but it is a very dry cut of meat so using boneless, skinless chicken thighs would be a great idea too! The key is to use kacha papita (raw papaya)…

Lamb Chops

Today I have a recipe that will up the ummm factor to your July 4th Barb Q! My family and I recently became Costco members and we have started getting these lamb chops from there. They are really great quality and for those of you who are selective about your meat, and eat just HALAL certified, then you’re in luck!…

Tandoori Chicken Curry

Tandoori Chicken Curry

Chicken curry is a staple in my Pakistani home. Growing up, not so much. it was either Karahi Chicken or none at all. It was only after I got married and had my husband’s version of chicken curry that I started experimenting with my own version. The Challenge This curry is missing a key ingredient, onion, that you will find…

Imli Ki Chutney

Imli Ki Chutney

Tamarind Chutney, or imli Ki Chutney as it is called in Urdu, is a favorite pairing with pakoras / fritters in Ramadan. I love making my own and freezing some as part of my Ramadan meal prep. Imli Ki Chutney   Save Print Prep time 5 mins Cook time 45 mins Total time 50 mins   Author: Zeeshan Recipe type:…

Homemade Ranch Dressing

Homemade Ranch Dressing

I’ve been trying to make a ranch dressing that would replace my husband’s favorite store bought brand for a while now.  It has been a challenge but he finally approved of this one!   Homemade Ranch Dressing   Save Print Creamy ranch dressing without the additives and sugars! Author: Zeeshan Cuisine: American Ingredients 1 cup organic whole milk or plant…

Bone Broth

Bone Broth

This bone broth or yakhni recipe is super easy and can be cooked on stove top or left in the slow cooker overnight. This was a staple at my grand parents’ home in Pakistan and growing up I remember my grandfather (nana) insisting we drink this before our meals. Little did we know how great this magic concoction is for…