Tag: ramadan

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Ramadan Food Trail With Calcutta Walks | As The Muezzin Calls

Beauty surrounds us, but usually we need to be walking in a garden to know it. ∼Rumi ‘Why do you need to go on a food tour in Kolkata with a guide?’ My friends and family members were pretty baffled. I, who have been going around each and every lane, bylane, market, sweet shop, food kiosk, restaurant in Kolkata – with my Nikon, smartphone … Read More Ramadan Food Trail With Calcutta Walks | As The Muezzin Calls

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Food e Mag dxb | The Ramadan Issue

[Edited on 5th Nov, 2014: Food e Mag dxb now has its own inbuilt reader in its own website. There have been a few changes in the Editorial team.] This is the Ramadan edition of Food e Mag dxb , the magazine that I have been co-editing with my talented blogger friend, The Hedonista. If you still want to know about why it all … Read More Food e Mag dxb | The Ramadan Issue

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Emirati Dates Ice Cream | Recipe From Asateer, The Palm Atlantis

Emirati Dates Ice Cream Category – Dessert; Cuisine type – Arabic/Emirati Courtesy: Asateer, Atlantis, The Palm Dates hold a very special position in Middle East cuisine. This special recipe has been shared by Chef Ali El Bourji, the Executive Oriental Chef of Asateer. For the printable recipes → Serves 6 persons Ingredients Fresh Dates – 400gm, deseeded and roughly chopped Pouring Cream – 600mlVanilla … Read More Emirati Dates Ice Cream | Recipe From Asateer, The Palm Atlantis

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Lamb Tagine With Couscous | Recipe From Sheraton MOE

Lamb Tagine With Cous Cous Category – Main Meal; Cuisine type – Middle Eastern Courtesy: Sanabel Restaurant, Sheraton MOE During this entire month, I will be sharing special Ramadan recipes, gathered from many signature restaurants of top hotels in Dubai and around the region. I know that many people do not go out during Ramadan and prefer to cook at home. Most would like … Read More Lamb Tagine With Couscous | Recipe From Sheraton MOE

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Arabic Meatballs or Dawood Basha and Vermicelli Rice| Recipe From AL Nafoorah, Emirates Towers

Dawood Basha or Arabic Meatballs in Tomato Sauce Category – Side Dish; Cuisine type – Middle Eastern Courtesy: Chef Ali of Al Nafoorah, Jumeirah Emirates Towers For the last few days, I have been sharing recipes on everything – Starters, Salad, Main course, Dessert. But today’s recipe comes as a double bonanza as the dish Dawood Basha can only be complemented by another dish … Read More Arabic Meatballs or Dawood Basha and Vermicelli Rice| Recipe From AL Nafoorah, Emirates Towers

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Arabic Sushi | Recipe From Ritz Carlton, DIFC

Arabic Sushi Category – Starters; Cuisine type – Japanese? Middle Eastern? Courtesy: Chef Ron Pietruszka and Chef Majde Alhinani of Ritz Carlton, DIFC I’ve attended Sushi making classes before, made those irresistible rolls. I have also thought of creating fusion Sushi Rolls. But Arabic Sushi rolls? This is something that I have never come across before. So when Chef Ron Pietruszka and Chef Majde Alhinani … Read More Arabic Sushi | Recipe From Ritz Carlton, DIFC

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Shaabiyat Kacha | Recipe From Address Marina

Shaabiyat Kacha Category – Dessert; Cuisine type – Middle Eastern Courtesy: Chef Ammoury of The Address Marina For the last few days, I have been sharing recipes on everything – Starters, Salad, Main course… but Dessert. To resist from writing on dessert, that too from this sweet loving Bengali foodie, is like asking a child not to kick the football after he’s been given … Read More Shaabiyat Kacha | Recipe From Address Marina

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Sumac Octopus with Pomegranate | Recipe From Celebrity Chef Silvena Rowe

Sumac Octopus with Pomegranate Category – Seafood/Salad; Cuisine type – Ottoman/Middle Eastern Courtesy: Chef Silvena Rowe and The H Dubai Celebrity Chef Silvena Rowe chose to share this amazing recipe from her cookbook Orient Express, specially for my blog readers. The salad looks very dramatic and vibrant, just like Silvena’s personality. It’s easy, uses the popular local spice Sumac and can easily be stirred … Read More Sumac Octopus with Pomegranate | Recipe From Celebrity Chef Silvena Rowe

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Chicken Kabsa | Recipe From Asateer, The Palm Atlantis

Chicken Kabsa Category – Chicken/Main Course; Cuisine type – Arabic Courtesy: Asateer, Atlantis, The Palm Chicken Kabsa is a very popular dish in the Middle East. This special recipe has been shared by Chef Ali El Bourji, the Executive Oriental Chef of Asateer. For the printable recipes → Serves 8 persons Ingredients Whole Chicken – 2Kg Cardamom Green – 7gm Salt – 20gm White … Read More Chicken Kabsa | Recipe From Asateer, The Palm Atlantis

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Ramadan in Dubai | Where All You Can Eat

Special recipes in my blog during Ramadan Today marks the start of the holy month of Ramadan. And during this entire month, I will be sharing special Ramadan recipes, gathered from many signature restaurants of top hotels in Dubai and around the region. I know that many people do not go out during Ramadan and prefer to cook at home. Most would like to … Read More Ramadan in Dubai | Where All You Can Eat

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An Iftar Preview in Address Marina | Countdown To Ramadan In Dubai

‘Ramadan Kareem’ in Dubai or ‘Ramzan Mubarak’ in Kolkata, the feeling is the same! The countdown to Ramadan has begun. Each calendar year, Ramadan falls earlier by a few days. The last Ramadan fell during the school summer holidays and we were in Kolkata on our annual summer hibernation, (yes, that’s what I like to call it). I dragged the Z-Sisters to the Mallick Bazaar … Read More An Iftar Preview in Address Marina | Countdown To Ramadan In Dubai

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Firni or Ferni, Ramadan or Ramzan, Mallick Bazar or Karama | It’s The Same Festive Sentiment!

Whether it is ‘Ramadan Kareem’ in Dubai or ‘Ramzan Mubarak’ in Kolkata, either way this is the holy month for the Muslims the world over. Ramadan has a different effect on Dubai residents – both Muslims and non-Muslims. Everybody is cued in to the holy fervour of the holy month. In the UAE, the non-Muslims too have to refrain from eating and drinking in … Read More Firni or Ferni, Ramadan or Ramzan, Mallick Bazar or Karama | It’s The Same Festive Sentiment!

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