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Tag Archives: Ramadan Recipes

Welcome, Ramadan!

chocolate truffles from Alladin

Ramadan Mubarak!  Yesterday was the first full day of fasting for us here in Chicago. We had a great suhoor (pre-dawn meal) of eggs with spinach, ground beef with Italian herbs and a side of black beans. For iftar (breaking of the fast) we had skirt steak with only four ingredients: olive oil, salt, black pepper and balsamic vinegar. Both were simple and ... Read More »

Let Your Freezer Help You This Ramadan

inside my freezer

Freezers are sometimes the most underutilized kitchen appliance in American homes. They tend to be quite small compared to the refrigerator, which is amazing considering how useful a large standing freezer can be to families striving to save money in a tough economy, or at any time for that matter. Large families can stock up on bulk purchases of meat, produce ... Read More »

Gearing Up for Ramadan and the Winner of our Chocolate Uzma Giveaway

Spring 2011 Edible Garden

It’s been a busy week here at home and in the kitchen. I recently returned from a trip to California, just sent my Clean Your Kitchen Green book to print and am gearing up to organize for Ramadan. All this plus extremely hot weather followed by thunderstorms then cold  leaving me tending to the garden balcony plants as if they’re kinda ... Read More »

Eat Right During Ramadan and Win $25 of FREE My Halal Kitchen Products

Italian Plums

I’m more than happy to participate in a very beneficial project for women and girls. It’s called the Heart Women & Girl’s Project committed to empowering women and girls in interfaith and community settings by building self-esteem and leadership through health and wellness.  Last year, I gave a presentation to young girls at their first ever health workshop for Muslim ... Read More »

Chicken Bouillabaisse

Chicken Bouillabaise

Those of you who know me well enough know that my favorite cooking mentor is Julia Child–and it’s not because of the book or movie, Julie & Julia (though I really enjoyed both). Around this time last year I completely absorbed myself in The French Chef videos, those early years where Julia Child enlightened the American housewife about how to cook French ... Read More »

Incorporating Dates Into Your Diet

date tart before glazing 600

Before beginning, allow me to extend a warm Ramadan Mubarak! (Ramadan Greetings) to all the readers of My Halal Kitchen. Thank you for your generosity and kindness in words and deeds in support of this site. May you all have a blessed month! We can’t discuss food in Ramadan without first talking about the significance of the date fruit… During a recent shopping ... Read More »

5 Simple Steps for Planning Ramadan Meals

Get Your Meals on the Table Quickly This Ramadan With These 5 Steps Read More »