• Za'atar & Cheese Puff Pastry
    Brunch

    Za’atar & Cheese Puff Pastry

    Hey friends! I made these beautiful puff pastry mana’eesh (flatbreads) last week for a brunch gathering at our place. They were a hit! I promised to share the recipe with you guys on how to make these delicious quick and easy mana’eesh using puff pastry rather than homemade dough and here it is. It saves lots of time and will still impress. It is the perfect brunch dish. Guess what? I also filmed my very first Youtube video making this! I thought it would be perfect since its a blend of Western and Middle Eastern flavors all in one dish. I would absolutely love if you guys subscribe to my…

  • shrimp avocado salad
    Appetizers,  Dairy Free,  Gluten Free,  Ramadan

    Shrimp Avocado Salad

    Ever have one of those days where you just feel like eating something light and refreshing especially with this hot weather? Yesterday was one of those days for me. I was pretty much sick of eating chicken or red meat and needed some change. One of the dishes I prepared was this delicious super easy shrimp avocado salad. It’s the perfect appetizer or side dish to any meal even a perfect lunch that can be made ahead of time. The radishes and nuts give a nice crunch while the mangoes add a subtle sweetness to the tangy salad. You can even substitute the mangoes for sweet corn if you prefer;…

  • chicken drumsticks
    Dinner,  Gluten Free,  Keto

    Oven Baked Drumsticks

    Hey everyone! Hope you are having a wonderful day. How many of us have a preference when it comes to chicken? Dark or light meat? Baked or fried? Mine has always been juicy oven baked chicken breast but I decided to try something different the other day. So for dinner over the weekend, I decided to switch things up by baking some delicious drumsticks instead of the routine chicken breast. Boy, these were full of flavor and extremely juicy! I seasoned them with both Asian and Middle Eastern flavors; the result was fantastic. The sumac and onions add that Arabic touch while the coconut aminos and minced garlic adds some…

  • berry jam
    Side Dishes

    Homemade Berry Jam

    You guys it is so easy to make your own jam that there is no excuse not to! Ditch the jars full of preservatives and unnecessary excessive amounts of sugar. All you need is 10 minutes of your time and some fresh ingredients! I had some blueberries and blackberries in the fridge that have been there for over a week. I didn’t want those beauties to go bad so I made a jam; a delicious jam to say the least. Jams are simply delightful on a piece of toast with butter. They are a delectable flavorful topping for ice cream, oatmeal and even cheesecake! I actually will be using this…

  • Dinner,  Ramadan

    Chicken Shawerma

    Hey guys! I hope your week is going well. This recipe is one that I am super excited to share with you all. So, my fascination with chicken shawerma began when I was visiting Jordan in the summer times throughout my child and adult life. I always looked forward to going to Jordan just to eat some good shawerma from Al Day3a or Reem. Comment if you know those two places that I am talking about! It is so so good. Lately, I have been craving to have some good shawerma which seems hard to find around here. I know I needed to take business into my own hands and…

  • blueberry muffins
    Dessert

    Blueberry Muffins

    Hi Everyone! Let’s start off the New Year with dessert, why not? This sweet treat is super delicious and easy to make. You will find yourself baking them any chance you get for friends and family. I cant name one person who hasn’t tried blueberry muffins; and most love it! I personally enjoy the sweet but sour taste of the blueberries alongside the flavor of cinnamon in the crumble and batter. The crumble topping itself is sure to win you over. My husband took these muffins into work; and his co workers thoroughly enjoyed them. Once you try this blueberry muffin recipe; you won’t look elsewhere!   Ingredients 1 stick…

  • tuna salad
    Brunch,  Keto

    Tuna Salad

    Growing up, I never liked tuna yet alone tuna salad. The smell would just throw me off and I couldn’t even think about putting it in my mouth. A bit dramatic, I know. Fast forward to junior year of high school, I began to like it! We were on a fishing school trip and one of my friend’s brought home made tuna sandwiches for several of us. I didn’t want to be rude and I was extra hungry that day; maybe from all the fish I caught. Did you sense the sarcasm? I caught a tree instead of the fish. But anyways, I tasted that tuna sandwich and I was…