If you’re of Pakistani descent then you’re likely familiar with the hara masala chicken. My mom made it mostly for formal dinners and there are many variations of it, I’m sure. Today I’m showing you a quick way to bring it all together for easy weeknight meals as well! Hara Masala Chicken Curry Save Print Prep time 10…
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:…
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…
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…
Ok so this recipe is a long time coming! I have been meaning to post it for a while since I make it often enough. I just never got around to it but a comment I made on Instagram about sharing Khao Suey with friends sparked so much interest that I decided it was time to share my recipe. My family has asked me to post it on the blog many times because it is a favorite and a regular in our dinner rotation.
Have you tried quinoa yet? Or tried having quinoa in a bowl? Well I did, not that I haven’t had quinoa before but I am just loving eating everything in a bowl! This one was extremely delicious and totally hit the spot.
I was in Miami for a conference through my school, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. It was over the weekend and for lunch my friends and I decided to get some tacos a bunch of our other Health Coach friends had recommended. While traveling it is often hard to find good, healthy, gluten free food but we did at https://www.taquizatacos.com/menu.htm and it was super delicious too!
How has your summer been? Busy? Mine sure has been. We kicked off the break by getting our spiritual high since Ramadan fell right at the start of summer this year. Then there was travel and spending time with family. We made a trip to Pakistan again this year. It was a lot of fun as always and it was tough for me to return home. I am always so sad to leave loved ones!
We are back home winding down summer and gearing up for the school year ahead! Whether you start the school year late August or early September, this post here is to help you pack lunch like an expert!
How prepared are you to send the kids off with healthy, nutritious lunch? If your answer is “NOT SO MUCH” don’t fret, I’ve got your back!
Ok guys so today I have a super simple recipe for you! It is something you can whip up on a week night and transform it into something special. Growing up, I don’t remember having Koftas (meatballs in curry) all that often, possibly because of the labor involved in cooking them. It was always something we ate at dinner parties and on special occasions.
Known as Cut, this dish is a pretty popular staple in Hyderabadi cuisine. But you know what I like about it? That it’s super easy and super quick. I just love that!
Adding Boiled eggs makes this a hearty main dish rather than a side. And if you want to bring it up a notch, add koftas (meatballs)! Since we were doing meatless this Monday, I decided to leave out the meat.
Ah sweet potato! How I love thee! My love affair with this vegetable goes back to my childhood. Sweet potato is a popular street food in Pakistan. Known as Shakarkandi, it is cooked on coal and served sprinkled with salt and red chilli powder.