About two weeks ago on my birthday, myself and a partner were treated to a delicious and beautiful afternoon at the Table Bay Hotel in Waterfront for their high tea. The fully halaal three course tea was the perfect way to spend a special afternoon and, judging by our food babies and inability to walk to the car, I would say that it was a pretty special treat indeed.
Yesterday morning I woke up with this intense craving to make a batch of aloo (potato) parathas from scratch. The shop bought one’s don’t have the intense kick of chilli, herbs, paneer and potato that I like so much so instead of making some banana coconut pancakes that I usually would whip up on a weekend, the kitchen turned into a storm of a garlicky scented, floury dusted haven while an actual storm was hammering on outside. Click below to read my 100% guaranteed flop proof recipe that will not only leave you and your family craving for more but also gift you with a deliciously golden crispy crust and fluffy filled paratha (which may or may not be round hehe).
If you follow me on twitter and snapchat then you would probably know that I am a huge fan of Almond Milk. A little while ago I was told that it would be good for my body to try and cut down on actual milk which I have been doing for about 2 weeks now seeing that I have a pretty great reason to drink myself silly on this nutty substitute!
Hey guys, just thought I would share a quick recipe of one the of the biscuits we made for Eid tomorrow! Its really yummy, easy to make and takes only 15 minutes in the oven!
Anyone who follows me on Instagram or Snapchat (@misssaib) will know that I love making this flop proof chocolate cake. What I absolutely adore about this recipe is that it takes 5 minutes to whip up and another 5 minutes in the microwave which makes it a go to dessert for a last minute invite. It is not only absolutely soft and chocolatey but tastes like any regular chocolate cake that you bake for an hour in the oven and if that’s not a win, then I don’t know what is!