Don’t you just love those recipes that simply use everything & anything in the fridge? You end up with a delicious meal & a clean fridge!
Continue reading “CHINESE FRIED RICE”
Happy Ramadan :)
With Ramadan comes the crave for oriental food & this is one of my favorite Egyptian dishes EVER. I believe Andrea serves the best rice with chicken liver & my sister told me that mine is even better, do you think so? Continue reading “RICE WITH CHICKEN LIVER”
The Holy month of Ramadan is 2 weeks from now & I can’t wait for my favorite 30 days to start :) The month of unbelievable spirituals, gatherings & food!
Unlucky me, I am one of those people who finishes Ramadan with 3-4 extra kilos on my waist line. I don’t know whether it’s the fasting or the amazing gatherings that make my appetite go crazy or the delicious food that makes me think of nothing but food!
But lately, I have been making some changes that proved to be working! For me, Ramadan is not the month of healthy food; I eat, I indulge & never deprive myself but with 3 new rules:
Posting all those international recipes doesn’t mean that I am not a BIG BIG fan of our traditional Egyptian food.
You name it; stuffed vine leaves, stuffed eggplants, beef stew, molokheya … I just love all those dishes that not only taste amazing but also bring back so many childhood memories that I always long to.
I grew up eating a very unique kind of Roz M3ammar; actually you can never call it M3ammar because it was this oven baked very dry rice with a very crusty top & bottom.
I am not saying that I hated it; it’s just that when I grew up & tasted the real Roz M3ammar in a friend’s gathering; I realized that our version has nothing to do with the original recipe.