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Ramadan Recipes App is Now the My Halal Kitchen App!

It’s hard to believe it’s  almost been a year since we started working on the Ramadan Recipes app for iPhone and iPad. Batoul Apps, the super talented developers and technological brain behind the app, have done an amazing job to lay out the recipes I developed, tested and photographed. In the past year, we’ve been working on some updates, including the ease-of-use features I really love. What’s really exciting is that now it’s called the My Halal Kitchen app for iPhone and iPad and brings you a broader scope of recipes and meal inspiration every single day!

And it’s all available for just $1.99 per download. Here’s what’s new:  

The app cover is now a photo of my juicy Mediterranean Spiced Grilled Chicken recipe- I hope it makes you want to enter the app for more delicious and healthy recipes. You can even favorite the ones you love!

We’ve recently added 20 new recipes that are neatly organized by meal type and ethnicity for easy browsing. You can also search recipes by key word for any special ingredients you’re looking for.

So, what stayed the same from the previous version? Right now, when you’re looking for the My Halal Kitchen App, you’ll see the same picnic-themed app icon you saw for Ramadan Recipes (pictured below). If you already purchased the Ramadan Recipes app, there’s no need to worry- the update isn’t something you have to pay extra for, as it should either update automatically or with permission from you on your device. And any time we update the app, of course you’ll have the latest version.  Isn’t that a great deal?

It doesn’t mean any of the Ramadan or ‘Eid features went anywhere, either. You can simply search for those specifics to prepare for this year’s occasions. And, we’ll be adding more and more recipes throughout the year, insha’allah.

So, what are you waiting for? Get healthy, nutritious and halal recipes on the go: DOWNLOAD the My Halal Kitchen App for iPhone or iPad here.

Thank you so much for your support!

I’m currently giving away Seven FREE Downloads– one per day, starting January 9, 2013!  Simply answer the question below or leave a relevant comment after this blog post. Please read the official guidelines for entry, as your comment indicates you have done just that.

What features would you like to see in the My Halal Kitchen recipe app? We’ll be updating a couple of times per year, insha’allah, and would love to take all of your feedback into consideration.

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  1. Kudos, Yvonne – this is SO exciting!!! I’ve already posted the info internationally via Facebook & hope that your other readers will support you by doing the same.

  2. thank you so much, Rev. Cynthia- that is SO nice of you!

  3. Mashallah! I think a neat feature would be some historical/cultural info behind the recipe, or at least some key ingredients. Thank you and have a lovely day!

  4. Assalam o Alaikum,
    First of all, great job on creating this app for us halal eaters :-)
    Secondly, I would like to see a kind of feature which asks for ingredients in your fridge and comes up with recipes with it. It will help wives like me to not ponder every day on what to cook.

  5. Do u think this app will be available on android any time soon??? I would love to access these recipes! MashAllah ur dedication is inspiring =)

  6. Salamu alaikum dear sister,

    I didn’t know that this app existed, I’d actually love to try it. What I always miss in other apps is exactly what my sister Zahra has mentioned above: I just want to give the app some ingredients that I’m having at that moment so that the app makes suggestions for a couple of recipes with those ingredients in it.

    Sorry, can’t really think of anything else cuz the app (the way it looks like and is described above) have every important feature I can think of now.

    Wassalamu alaikum,


  7. It would be nice to have a list of substitutions for ingredients that aren’t halal. For example if a recipe tells you to add vanilla extract is there a replacement that would suffice. Or a list of ingredients that compliment each other or are used frequently together… Like rosemary and garlic, capers and lemon, etc.

  8. Adjusting serving size would be a neat addition. I am always using a calculator trying to figure out exact amounts when I’m making something for 6 people but the recipe is 4 servings.
    :) I can’t wait to download it !!

  9. Salam Yvonne,

    I’m not sure if the app already has this capability or if it is even possible with apps, but it would be great to have a reader rating and comments section – I learn so much from other people who have already tried a recipe and made suggestions to suit different palates.

    JAK Yvonne!

  10. Asalaam o alikum
    i am so excited to hear abt this app. i hope i can win the free app to enjoy it too!

  11. ASA,
    would love to see more chicken recipes, insha’a Allah!

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