Ramadan Mubarak to all our readers! Ramadan is a month of reflection and gratitude and is best spent with loved ones. Sitting down together after the day to break one’s fast with family is the time we look forward to most.
Dubai is known to host some of the best iftars where there is a spread of cuisines of different kinds. While I am a person who prefers quality over quantity, I do happen to indulge in some buffets. However, sometimes you find average food and service for a price that is a tad too high.
And that’s where Hungryoungwoman comes in! This new list features the top five places you can settle in for Iftar in Dubai Continue reading “Iftars to Look Forward to in Dubai”
Are you bored of the usual bread pudding recipes on Google? The dessert is something I prepare when the bread at home is going stale. But this time, I decided to add a twist!
How about adding blueberries to the mix? Blueberries have made an appearance in pies, cheesecakes, muffins, cakes or turned into coulis, compotes, and jams. I was a bit skeptical at first but decided to give it a try.
I was sent a few fresh fruit packs from Del Monte and after the usual blueberries gracing my chocolate pancakes, I knew I NEEDED to make something different. Enter, this delicious Blueberry Bread Pudding that gives a nice combination of tangy, fruity, and sweet.
I, for one, am usually on the search for recipes during Ramadan. After fasting, sweet cravings are at bay and this one’s a great option if you don’t want something that will result in a sugar overload.
Scroll down for the recipe:
Simple Blueberry Bread Pudding
- 2 cups milk
- 4 slices white bread
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup butter
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- sliced cashew nuts to garnish
- To make bread pudding, first heat milk in a pan on medium flame
- While cooking, fry the slices of bread with butter in another pan till light brown
- When the milk starts boiling, add slices of bread to the milk pan and let cook for 10 minutes
- Add sugar and keep stirring constantly for about 10 minutes
- Puree the blueberries in a food processor and add to the mixture
- Serve the bread pudding in your choice of serveware and garnish with fried/ non-fried sliced cashew nuts
It really is simple, isn’t it? Adding this puree will result in a beautiful dessert that is a unique representation of our tried and tested version of bread pudding.
Have you altered any standard recipes? Let me know…
Until then, happy eating! xx
After Le Petite Maison and Izu Brasserie (and loving both experiences), we are at Izu’s latest concept. Located at Emirates Golf Club, Carine Dubai is Chef Izu’s ode to his lovely wife. Not just recipes, but even the decor has been designed keeping his wife in mind. Talk about romantic! Continue reading “Third time lucky at Carine Dubai? | Emirates Golf Club”
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It’s no surprise that restaurants with the
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I love one pan/ pot dishes. Our home is a regular abode for friends and relatives every weekend so these dishes serve as a wonderful way to serve all. We’ve picked up a few recipes from the past years and stuck on to them, one of them being Shepherd’s Pie. Potatoes, minced meat, and veggies are thrown in a good tomato sauce and everyone’s happy. But what really makes us happier is cheese. Therefore, an addition of cheese was necessary. Continue reading “Cheddar Shepherd’s Pie”
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I’ve been down with the flu and that has left me with no tastebuds for the time being. Eating is not really on my mind at this time, but to keep hunger away I do need to get into the kitchen to prepare a thing or two.
This time I found myself making a noodle bowl instead of the comforting soup that I normally opt for. This noodle bowl is super easy and leaves you feeling full as well. Like my usual recipes, this one is versatile too and you can add whatever you please. Continue reading “Quick Vegan Noodle Bowl”
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La Mer has joined the evergrowing places TO BE at Dubai. Our previous visit was to experience Masti – a progressive Indian venture. And this time we are trying SLAB.
Continue reading “Is SLAB worth its hype?”