While in a casual chat with one of my dear Sisters about “ways not to do the most” but still ensure that your body is as fit and healthy as it can be. A topic that is probably common to most of us, She said “just because you weren’t directly given, does not mean that Allah did not want it for you”Continue reading As fit and healthy…
O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that you may learn self-restraint _ Quran 02:183.
As salamu’alaykum warahmotullahi wabarakatuh, I am Khadeejah Adepoju (Another Muslimah’s Kitchen) and in this post, in shaa Allah, I’ll be talking about easy to prepare meals for Sahuur. Yes, the best of months, Ramadan, is around the corner and I am super excited. I know we all are preparing towards Ramadan already and to help with preparations, we have decided to share some easy to make meals with you for Sahuur (mostly) and Iftar. Continue reading Easy to prepare meals for Sahuur – Another Muslimah’s Kitchen
Salmon is an expensive fish but trust me it is worth the price, I like how it easily cooked and easily manipulated as well.. My typical Yoruba friend got the fish for free and then called to ask me what to do with it, In her words: “I want to eat good food (solid food), not one of those sinrenren you make”..(Laughs), And the first thing that came to my mind was Salmon-rich Efo Riro! I once had Salmon rich ogbono which I thought was delicious, so why not just try to have it with Efo riro then, I stepped out to the store to get my own Salmon and Vegetables and here is how I had my mouth watery: Continue reading Recipe: Salmon-rich Efo Riro!
I find it hard to digest bread, so for me to be able to eat it, I always have to either toast or fry it. I got tired of doing those and I just wanted to try something new… On this very faithful day, A friend posted this recipe on her WhatsApp story and I thought perfect! Coupled with the fact I had some slices of bread that just won’t finish. Well, time to try something new… Continue reading Sauce in a hole recipe
Wainar Fulawa is a very popular meal in the Northern part of Nigeria, When you think of Wainar Fulawa, you simply think pancakes without sugar but seasonings. Just like pancakes it’s very easy to make and it’s super yummy as well… Continue reading Recipe revamp: Wainar fulawa (Fried cake)
Eid -al- Adha is upon us and as a proud Muslimah I have been thinking of exciting things to make during Eid, most especially in the kitchen, I am sure you guys know by now that I love to play with food, So I thought why not share with you guys foods you can make with skewers, I mean, It’s time to spice things up and make your plate of food absolutely stunning….
After weeks of not having an appetite, I decided to see if my cooking skill still exist and what better ingredient is there to play with than Potato? Potatoes are quite easy to manipulate in the kitchen, I mean you can think of 5 different dishes instantly to make with potatoes, can’t you? Don’t fall my hands ooo. I posted this dish on my Insta story and people requested for the recipe, so I thought why not just blog it (after all my food segment have been vexing for me), so here we go: Continue reading Yummy Potato cakes recipe.
A lot of times we don’t get to enjoy Eid because we overstress ourselves, we tend to forget it’s all about the moment, the love shared between loved one, friends and family. No doubts the sharing spirit is high but you don’t necessarily have to sweat it. You can also look good and serve really nice desserts, For cakes keep it simple but pay attention to details, People can actually eat a simple cake and contact you afterwards over and over for one more bite,Hi bkay readers, My name is Halima, I am the CEO of halliecakes1 and I am going to be sharing with you, my simple Eid cake recipe…. so here we go: Continue reading #Eidspecial: My Simple Eid cake recipe-Halliecakes