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CLOSED: Saffron Road’s Ramadan Basket Giveaway

Saffron Road Gift Basket Giveaway | My Halal Kitchen

Many of you who are frequent readers of My Halal Kitchen may notice that I post a recipe every month using something from Saffron Road, a unique brand here in the U.S. that offers guaranteed halal-certified products such as globally inspired Simmer Sauces, halal and gluten-free culinary broths, convenient freezer meals that have beef, chicken or lamb and even vegan and vegetarian options, ... Read More »

Harira, the Moroccan Soup for Ramadan

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There are so many delicious recipes coming out of the North African country of Morocco. Maybe I enjoy the cuisine so much because it not only combines what I really love the most- that mixture of Mediterranean with Middle Eastern flavors- but also because the country itself was the very first place I ever heard the call to prayer, or ... Read More »

CLOSED: Modern Wall Art’s Ramadan Giveaway

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The very talented Syed Rahman creates the most beautiful pieces of Islamic art in stainless steel pieces that aren’t so heavy they’ll take down a wall, but intelligently made to use the hardware necessary to keep it in place.  We’ve shown you their artwork before in a previous giveaway which featured some of their pieces that are perfect for the ... Read More »

Silver Envelope Products & Summer Ramadan Cooking Are in Stores in Qatar!

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What an amazing week it’s been. Ramadan has started, all of the excitement and anticipation for the blessed month is even sweeter because of a few very exciting things going on, one of them involving my friend Raana Smith of Silver Envelope, the Islamic Stationary Company. She invited me to collaborate on a piece with her last year to make ... Read More »

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

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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 »

Revving up for Ramadan

Revving Up for Ramadan by Kiran Ansari

This article is a guest post by writer and entrepreneur Kiran Ansari, owner of Up a Notch Gifts.  With just a few weeks left for the most wonderful time of the year, share the spirit of Ramadan with even the youngest members of the family. When they see you prepping for special guests or a party, they can sense the ... Read More »

Follow My Halal Kitchen on Pinterest to Get Lots of Great Ideas for Ramadan Cooking & Entertaining

My Halal Kitchen on Pinterest

We are on Pinterest with lots of great pins to inspire and motivate you to make the simplest and healthiest meals for Iftar and Suhoor this Ramadan. Simply visit the My Halal Kitchen Pinterest page and browse our boards: Suhoor, Iftar Starters, Ramadan Appetizers, Iftar Recipes, Ramadan Meal Planning & Organization, and even Summer Food! Visit My Halal Kitchen’s profile ... 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 »

Salted Caramel Macadamia Cheesecake + FREE Eid Printables

Sweets are the biggest hit during any Eid celebration. It is not ‘Eid until you have sweets and desserts on the table. In fact, every house we visit during Eid, will have delectable sweets/desserts served to their guests. It is definitely a day to celebrate the long days of fasting in Ramadan and indulge that sweet tooth a bit, if ... 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 »