Almost mid-way into Ramadan and you're running out of innovative recipes for Iftaar? Well, how about ditching the innovation and sticking to classic dishes that are hit amongst the young and the old.
Shiitake mushrooms have a dark brown cap and meaty texture. They’re available in most markets year-round, but you can use any type of dried wild mushroom or portobello mushrooms.
Milk contains proteins which lower the water’s mineral content, making your tea taste better.
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An Egyptian dish that originated during the mid-19th century combines Italian, Indian and Middle Eastern culinary elements.
These mini flatbread pizzas are topped with chilli sauce, a tomato, pepper mixture and mozzarella.
Toasted cashews add extra crunch and flavor. The recipe calls for green beans and carrots, but you can use any vegetables you have on hand or even frozen ones.
Taralli is a traditional Italian snack which is quite similar to a biscuit, cracker, pretzel or a breadstick. This irresistibly addictive snack can be sweet or savoury.
The classic American dessert of gooey butter cake, which originated from the state of St Louis, is buttery, sweet, crunchy and creamy, all in the same bite.