Others · Recipes

Kimchi and chicken noodle soup

Soup season is here! Yaayyy! I love soups! I am all about having a warm bowl of soup on a winter evening, while cozying up with my cats in a blanket. I hope my cats enjoy it as much I do. This soup is a perfect combination of hot and spicy, which makes it more… Continue reading Kimchi and chicken noodle soup

Breads · Recipes

Roghini Naan

Yield: 4 normal-sized, 8 mini Ingredients: All purpose flour: 3 1/2 cupsPowder milk: 1/2 cupMilk: 1/2 cupYogurt: 2 tablespoonsEgg: 1 mediumButter or margarine: 2 tablespoonsSugar: 2 teaspoonsSalt: 1 teaspoonYeast: 1 1/2 teaspoonBaking soda: 1 teaspoonWater: as required For the coating: Milk: 1 1/2 tablespoonsPowder milk: 1 tablespoon Method: Add all the ingredients (except coating) in… Continue reading Roghini Naan

Others · Recipes

Pineapple ice cream float

Flamingos and Pineapples, Ice creams and Mojitos! These words sum up the summer season for me. Ice cream floats are usually soda drinks that are topped with ice cream. Its loved by everyone however, I am giving this drink a fresh summery revamp by choosing Pineapple juice over soda. So without further discussion, let us… Continue reading Pineapple ice cream float

Desserts · Recipes

Cheese Luqaimat

Luqaimat or Lokma is a fried dough dessert. In other words, it is an epic festival food. I have already shared my recipe of original Luqaimat which you can find here: https://ladyblablasfoodentures.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/luqaimat/ Now we will take a step further by filling in some cheese. Oh yeah! So let's see the recipe below. Ingredients: All purpose… Continue reading Cheese Luqaimat

Breads · Recipes


What bagel is for Americans, Simit is for the Turks. It is a staple in every Turkish breakfast. One can easily say that you cannot have a Turkish breakfast without Simit. Its crunchy exterior and chewy soft interior does remind one of bagels but it is the nutty sesame flavor that sets it apart from… Continue reading Simit