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Hashtag #MyRamadanIftar and #MyRamadanSuhoor & Your Photos from Last Year

Indian Iftar

Last year it was absolutely fascinating for me to see all the amazing photos of your Iftar and Suhoor meals (shown below), thank you so much for sharing those with me! This year, I’d love to do it again so please post your photo(s) to the My Halal Kitchen Facebook page and/or tag @MyHalalKitchen on Instagram and Twitter with your ... Read More »

Lukhmi: Minced Meat Savory Samosa, Hyderbadi Style

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This Ramadan recipe comes to us from Lubna Karim, the India-based and very talented food blogger and photographer of  Kitchen Flavours. Make them for Eid, too, or simply any time of year… After many years I am at mom’s place during Ramadan, so the celebration is doubled. My mom loves to make so many different Iftar recipes and we love ... Read More »

Baked Shrimp with Garlic, Fresh Herbs and Red Pepper Paste

On my Sicilian side of the family, they really love shrimp. My aunts bake it in the oven with some very simple ingredients like garlic, parsley and olive oil. The taste, smell and flavor is everything I remember about Sicilian summers and about my family here and there. I never really learned the exact recipe for it, but after tasting ... Read More »

Tuna, Red Pepper, Garlic and Basil Pasta

gorgeous tuna pasta with basil

My entire house has been under construction for several months now, and we’re living right in the midst of it. My kitchen is functional, but not exactly one that I’m accustomed to, partially because I keep thinking of all the ways I want it to be in the future, insha’allah, but also because I refuse to unpack every single kitchen ... Read More »

5 of My Favorite Things This Ramadan

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It takes a lot for me to find things I really love. I’m not only picky about what comes into my home, but I’ve come to a point in my life where I only want to surround myself with things that I absolutely love. It’s quality over quantity and it helps me to simplify everything from household goods to what I stock ... Read More »

Cilantro Chutney

Cilantro Chutney Recipe | My Halal Kitchen

One of the very first Indian dishes I ever tried were samosas and their corresponding chutneys- one sweet sauce made with tamarind and the other with cilantro. Often times when you visit an Indian restaurant, it’s one of the appetizers; it’s also a common trio to be served within the Indo-Pakistani community at Iftar time, or at the breaking of ... Read More »

Midamar Halal’s Boneless Beef Short Ribs Giveaway

Midamar Halal boneless beef ribs

If you’re like me, you love to discover new, quality halal products that are popping up on the market to serve us and our halal taste buds. It’s so interesting to me to find different types of halal meat products done well- packaged beautifully and served up in convenient ways I grew up accustomed to my whole life with regards to ... Read More »

Fruit Chaat

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The perfect starter to a Ramadan Iftar meal, this deliciously-spiced fruit salad recipe was submitted by reader Shazia Wahid. From experience, I know it tastes just as good as it looks and it’s the quintessential dish to appear at an Indo-Pakistani Iftar table during Ramadan.   Fruit ChaatBy Yvonne Maffei Published: July 17, 2013Yield: 4 cups (4 Servings)Prep: 15 minsA ... Read More »

Lime Chicken Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa

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When I went to Irvine, CA last April for Sameer’s Eats Halal Food Tour, Lime Chicken Tacos was one of the recipes on the menu that I demonstrated. I made a quick tomatillo salsa (salsa verde) to go with it. Sameer got a try and so did a few fortunate halal foodies out there in the audience. It was so much fun- I need to dig out those ... Read More »

Cholay: Indian Spiced Chickpea Curry

Spicy Indian dishes are a real treat to me. It’s food I crave, but don’t always make for myself. I don’t even seek out too many Indian restaurants (although I would love to). Instead, I learned most of what I know about Indian food from friends- in their kitchens, snooping around pots of curry, pans of biryani and asking a ... Read More »