Tag Archives: halal cooking

How to Find a Culinary School That Will Accommodate for Halal Cooking and Baking

Q & A with Yvonne of My Halal Kitchen

I get this question so often and find myself answering the same thing over and over so I finally realized it was time to share with so many of you who are wondering “how in the world can I go to culinary school when everything in the classes touches, contains or deals with pork or alcohol in some way, shape ... Read More »

The First Summer Ramadan Cooking Chicago Cookbook Tour Stop

Starting at IFS

Eager eyes, chattering moms, and a delectable arrangement of lemons, watermelons, and garnish greeted attendees of the Summer Ramadan Cooking cookbook tour at Islamic Foundation in Villa Park. On the way in, the first 25 people received reusable swag baskets filled with goodies from our sponsors such as Crescent Foods, Taaza2U, Midamar Halal, Calphalon and Guidance Residential. In Rachel Ray ... Read More »

Substitutes for Pork in Cooking

Halal Substitutes for Pork- JPEG

This is probably one of the most commonly asked questions related to halal cooking- how do you substitute pork in so many recipes where it’s a classic ingredient in other cuisines?  Well, throughout the site I hope you’ll see just how that’s done, but  for purposes of quick reference, you can take a look at this chart below. There’s a ... Read More »

Custom Embroidered Halal Kitchen Aprons

Full Length of Apron

Get your very own beautifully designed, custom embroidered halal kitchen aprons. It’s fully covering for the messiest jobs in the kitchen and a comfortable cotton-polyester mix washes well on the delicate cycle of your washing machine.        $20 each (tax included)                Care instructions: machine wash delicate cycle, spot bleach away from embroidery.     MHK Apron Colors Basil Green $20.00 Blueberry Blue ... Read More »

Chicago French Market

When you live in a big city like I do, it doesn’t mean you always get a chance to see the touristy spots like visitors usually do. We are busy on weekends, working during the week and so most of the time the only real excuse we give ourselves to enjoy Chicago is when family or friends come to visit. ... Read More »

Chicken Pot Pie in Phyllo Dough

Chicken Pot Pie in Phyllo Dough | My Halal Kitchen

Many American kids like myself grew up eating chicken pot pies at some point during their childhood, whether homemade or store-bought and frozen. I used to love them because they smelled delicious, were very filling and simply reminiscent of simple comfort food. I haven’t made chicken pot pies in years and recently have been craving this type of food, but I didn’t have ... Read More »