The little jewels in our life need a nutritious and balanced food. I had shared few kid friendly recipes when I first started to blog but haven’t posted any special recipe for kids for a while now. I have been receiving many requests to share fussy toddler food ideas and recipes over and over. To honor your request, I’ll share toddler and kid friendly recipes from time to time. I hope the recipes are helpful and the kid(s) in your home love at least few of them starting with this vibrant jewel pilaf. This rice is kid approved and fussy eater tested. On a side note, moms and dads also love this rice
Busy weeknights? Looking for a quick, easy yet delicious weeknight dinner? No problem. I know how easy it is to panic as you think about weeknight dinnertime. Simplify mealtime with this one pot, easy chicken dinner with curry aioli that comes together in a flash. This is one of my go-to recipes when I just don’t have the time or the inclination to cook.
Eggplant, brinjal, aubergine, begun – what ever you call it, the beautiful purple vegetable with its firm, plump and meaty flesh and glossy skin is versatile. From Italian, Middle Eastern, American, Chinese to South Asian; in pastas, dips, seafood items, burgers, and vegetarian favorites. No matter how many types of eggplant dishes you have savored before, be ready to be blown away with this simple yet irresistible Bengali posto begun, a vegetarian eggplant side with poppy seed.
When someone sweet turns three with lots of giggles and smiles, she deserves a celebration! A birthday celebration demands a cake. So, to celebrate a loving summer born angel, a birthday cake is in order; a soft, moist, fluffy berry berry summery cake that is. What can be better than a cake layered with freshly prepared whipped cream and fresh berries and cherries? Can a celebration get any better than this? Time to put on the chef hat. We’ve got a cake to bake and decorate.
Have I mentioned that Muslims have date each evening during the month of Ramadan? No kidding, we do. Dates are wholesome and the perfect food for iftar as dates quickly supply the body with the energy it needs. Oh, were you thinking that we go out on a date every night? Nah, not that kind of date.
A belated “Eid Mubarak” to all who celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr earlier this week. I hope you had a blessed and joyous Eid with family and friends.
I have mentioned Eid several times in my earlier posts and explained a little in the Kafta Curry and the Pumpkin Halva post before. Out of the two Eids Muslims celebrate; the one that marks the end of Ramadan is called Eid-ul-fitr. Muslims around in North America celebrated Eid-ul-fitr on Monday. In Bangladesh, we often refer Eid-ul-fitr as “Shemai Eid”.
Tangy, sweet, spicy, and refreshing. Tamarind, molasses, cumin, and mint! Delicately flavored with roasted cumin powder and black salt, jeera pani is a refreshing welcome drink sure to perk you up on a hot summer day.