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  • #MyFirstRamadan: The Boy Who Fixed Bicycles

    The First Ramadan in the life of a Muslim is indeed an unforgettable experience. No matter how old you are - five or even fifty, the first Ramadan can be quite hard to tackle through but once it is successfully completed the happiness and pride that you get is simply amazing. Not only do you feel a great...

  • Mini Pizza Cups: A Fun Treat To Whip Up For Iftar

    There are endless varieties in which you can make your pizzas. The Mini Pizza Cups are perfect for Iftar with the family or even for parties. What's great about it is that this version of pizza is that is completely mess free, and comes in bite size portions. if you have young little guests coming over...

  • Doughnut Burger: The Best of Both Worlds!

    Times when I don’t mind stocking up on a few calories, I'd usually turn to a good old doughnut or a scrumptious burger. The Donut Burger — the ultimate cheat meal. This meal is absolutely on a whole new level once both are combined. Although donuts and burgers together can be too oily for Iftar,...

  • Ghee Roti with Beef Sambal: When You Need Some Comfort Food

    Who doesn’t love to feast on a yummy Ghee Roti dipped in Beef Sambal during the time of Iftar? Also, if you are feeling hungry for some Indian Cuisine, this  'roti and sambal' dish may seem simple but it will definitely fill you up for Iftar.  If you are in-charge for whipping up a meal for Iftar,...

  • Pizza Lollipops: Something Fun to Spice Up Your Spread

    There is no specific time to enjoy a delicious serving of scrumptious pizza! These Pizza Lollipops are great alternatives for families with children that tend to get messy at times. You can call these Pizza Lollipops or even Pizza Pops but these will surely make your spread look extra appetizing during...

  • Creamy Chicken Spring Rolls: The Fusion Chicken Spring Roll

    Durin the month of Ramadan, the house is filled with beautiful aroma from your kitchen during Iftar. More often than not, families will always prepare sides that are fried to munch on. You can definitely find fried snacks such as samosa, spring rolls or fried sweet potato every other day during Iftar...

  • Watalappam: A Sri Lankan Dessert

    No meal is complete without a delicious cup of dessert! Especially during the month of Ramadan, where we abstain from food and drinks, it is highly likely that our sugar levels are declining. It is almost essential to at least have a side of fruits or dessert to refuel sugar intake. Very popular in the...

  • 5 Porridge Recipes to Fill you up in Iftar

    While most families love laying out different snacks for Iftar, it is also important that we eat something that will soothe and keep us full rather than to munch on snacks from time to time. If we constantly eat after breaking fast it could result in weight gain for most people. Here are five tasty porridge...

  • #MyFirstTarawih: The Unaccompanied Man

    "Never have I imagined to be met with this man on my first Tarawih and it truly is a blessing." Taking you back to the year 2004, at about eight years old at the time, I was living in Sri Lanka with my mom, sister and my grandmother. The month of Ramadan has always excited me. But as a little kid, I...

  • A Muslim's Guide to London Stansted International Airport

    Located in Stasted Mountfitchet, and about 48km from Central London is the Stansted International Airport. The Stansted International Airport is owned and run by the Manchester Airport groups, serving up to 170 destinations all over the world. On top of catering to international flights, the airport’s...

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