Ramadan recipes you want to try for good foods that can satisfy hunger and appetite. So you can focus on doing ibadah.
42 exotic recipes from around the world to celebrate your festive and holiday seasons. Try to broaden our menu horizon by trying out some traditional recipes from different parts of the world. Let’s celebrate our festivities abroad without us going away.
Apple jam is surprisingly easy to make and is so flavourful. With a tarty taste that mixed with cinnamon and anise seed flavour, the jam gives a delight to your morning toast. And it also makes such a lovely gift too.
Apple cupcakes with cream cheese frosting are simply delicious. With cinnamon and vanilla flavour, this decadent cupcake will be a comfort treat on cold autumn days.
These chocolate chip cookies with coconut oil have a toffee-like flavour. They’re bitey on the outside and softly chewy on the inside. The subtle flavour of coconut oil in them will remind you of tropical breeze. Simply moreish.
Find out 26 mouthwatering Eid food recipes from around the world.
This creamy and delicate custard pie with evaporated milk will be your next favourite dessert. Especially for custard lovers. Because not only this sweet pastry is delicious, but it’s so easy to make and can be ready in half an hour.
Try this Cucumber, apple and mint smoothie. An option for you to have a green smoothie that is not only refreshing, but it’s also healthy. Jam-packed with goodness and nutrients that will tick your 5-a-day intake in one glass
These squishy fluffy potato donuts are so easy to make. If you love donuts that can be made in no time with the sweetness that you can adjust, then you must try this mashed potato donut recipe.
This coconut and dates cookies recipe makes delicious nutty cookies that can be ready in half an hour. It’s quick to make and quick to finish as you won’t be able to stop having them once they’re ready.