Spinach & Cannellini Beans Chicken Soup

  This soup can be made on cold winter days or cool summer nights! Soups are way of making ourselves feel good from the inside out. It has healing powers, and makes you feel warm to the soul. On rainy days it adds a sense of comfort along with warm yumminess to our tastebuds. You…

CHAAT- Indian Street food

This past Saturday my family and I were craving some Indian street food but we’re not in the mood drive across town to have some of it. So, the next best thing was to prepare it at home. I already had most of the spices and had gone to my local Indian grocery store for…

Chicken Jalfrezi

  Growing up in an Indian family I naturally love indian food. At an early age I learned how to cook and often helped my mother in the kitchen. So, naturally I have a love for cooking. Not only for Indian food but my weakness is Indian food! Today I was craving it and decided…

Mouth Watering Lamb Chops

Don’t ever under estimate the power of lamb chops! This dish is one to tantalize your taste buds like never before! Best way to describe this dish would be, mouth watering, savory, flavorful, bold, herby (If that’s even a word), and intense. If you really want to impress your love ones then take the time…

Shakshuka & Foul- Breakfast/Brunch

Sunday brunch is a big deal at our house. One dish in particular is a staple on our sunday brunch and that is Foul (Fava Beans). This dish has excellent source of fiber and it’s delicious. Foul is a tasty dish any day, but the star of the brunch today was Shakshuka! I wanted to…

Baba Ghanoush

I have to admit this dip trumps hummus any day! I love love love Baba Ghanoush and especially mine! This is not a recipe that mocks any other recipe. Now, there are two ways to prepare the eggplant itself. Some like to roast the eggplant in the oven, which is just fine and nothing wrong…

Middle Eastern Chicken

Finger licking no fuss baked chicken! This is one chicken you will make over and over again! Chicken can be made in so many different ways and I love that it is so easy to make. You can make this with any kind of chicken bone-in or boneless; with skin or without. I use what…

Traditional Hummus

In the cooking culinary world the variety flavors of hummus are endless. I find myself always coming back to the basics. Hummus is another versatile food that can jazz up any meal, breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s a side component that’s a must have at any table of middle-eastern cuisine. It’s a  staple on our…

Breakfast Eggs In A Pod

Breakfast does not always have to be the typical toast and eggs. Eggs are so versatile and can be jazzed up however you choose to do so. This recipe literally takes a few minutes to prepare and the cooking is done in the oven. No slaving over the hot stove! You can use whatever herbs…

Chicken Kabobs

Chicken kebobs can be enjoyed year round.  Very simple to make and even easier to eat! Ingredients : Boneless skinless chicken cubed Yogurt ( to coat the chicken) salt & pepper (add a little or a lot) 1 tsp of cumin seeds  1 tsp of ground cumin 1 tsp of turmeric powder or saffron or…