The clubs’ social media accounts offer a variety of one-minute recipes to meet the needs of housewives.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
The Kalba Ladies Club and Dibba Al Hisn Ladies Club have uploaded recipes of dishes, both local and international, prepared during Ramadan on their YouTube channels and Instagram accounts (@slcbranches).
The videos offer creative, simple and easy-to-make recipes for Ramadan, which are on the menu of Marasi, the main restaurant of the 10 branches of Sharjah Ladies Club.
Furthermore, the recipes were selected from various cuisines including Indian, Asian, Arabic and Turkish, among others. Chef Ghada Daoud, Kalba Ladies Club said, “During the holy month of Ramadan, housewives always look for delicious, healthy and easy recipes. Through our YouTube channel and social media accounts, we decided to offer a variety of one-minute recipes that meet the needs of housewives and saves their time.”
Chef Elham Mustapha , Dibba Al Hisn Ladies Club, “The Ramadan menu is unique and must contain a variety of salads and soups, in addition to the main course. Through our recipes, we try to make it easier for our followers to prepare food during Ramadan. We have provided a selection of traditional foods prepared in the Arabian Gulf countries, especially from the UAE, to meet different tastes and also introduce to them the most famous dishes we offer at Marasi restaurant, which can also be home delivered.” Marasi offers a wide variety of traditional and modern dishes prepared by highly experienced chefs. The restaurant is the perfect venue for meeting friends, hosting business meetings, or celebrating special events.
Sharjah Ladies Club is one of the government organisations of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs, run under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed AlQasimi, Wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah and Chairperson of Supreme Council for Family Affairs.
Since its establishment in 1982, the club has been dedicated to provide leisurely and educational facilities and activities to the privileged women and children. The club also organizes a host of events and activities to promote issues relating to society, art and health, in addition to charity events, bazaars, exhibitions, marathons, seminars and forums of all sorts. The club has undergone dramatic transformations that entitled it to become one of the most unique recreational clubs in the United Arab Emirates. In addition to providing excellent customer service, the club is equipped with a wide range of facilities, due to which it has earned a deserving reputation in the Middle East.
The 17-day Ramadan Nights will kick off today Thursday, May 23 and will continue until June 8, amid an extraordinary atmosphere, exciting offers and exclusive discounts up to 75 per cent which are considered one of the biggest discounts at the Emirate level.
Al Majaz Waterfront, a family tourist and leisure destination in Sharjah is inviting people to enjoy its ongoing ‘Ramadan-fun’ campaign.
As part of its Ramadan initiatives and in conjunction with the Year of Tolerance, the Ministry of Health and Prevention’s Youth Council (MoHAP’s Youth Council) organised, on Thursday evening, a Ramadan night under the theme “Ramadan Zaman” at the Old People’s Home in Sharjah.
In the multicultural landscape of the UAE, it is humbling to witness unity amidst the diversity. And this is emphasised in the holy month of Ramadan, which is lit up by the spirit of compassion and tolerance, values that make up the pillars of the Year of Tolerance.
Due to climate change, conditions of heat and humidity in the areas of Saudi Arabia where the Hajj takes place could worsen to the point that people start experiencing harmful health effects, researchers said.
Sri Lanka has ended a four-month state of emergency declared after Easter suicide bombings by hardliner extremists that killed 258 people, officials said on Friday.
The Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions on Friday called on Cathay Pacific (0293.HK) to put an end to what it described as “white terror,” following the dismissal of Rebecca Sy, the head of