Jollof Rice is a one-pot delicious Nigerian dish. You can skip the chicken and still enjoy flavorful, perfectly cooked rice, which you can serve alongside any grilled meat. There are different versions of this dish, because it got popular in various countries like Ghana and Cameroon, and they have added […]
My audience love to watch cooking videos, so here is a list of my recipes with video tutorials to help you cook your favorite dishes with ease. You can also subscribe to my YouTube Channel to stay up to date. The videos are short and straightforward.
I hope that my videos will inspire you to get creative in your kitchen and add to your cooking skills!
Ghraybeh, or sometimes you can find it written as Ghorayeba, is a Middle Eastern Cookie. These cookies melt in your mouth, with fine-texture, delicate, and delicious. With only three ingredients, Ghraybeh is the easiest, egg-free cookie that will impress your family and guests. You can garnish Ghorayeba with pistachios, almonds, […]
Maamoul Cookies are Middle Eastern cookies filled with dates and pistachio. Maamoul is mostly prepared on special occasions like Eid and in Ramadan. These cookies melt in your mouth, and the dough has a minimal amount of sugar since the sweetness is coming from the flavorful fillings. I grew up […]
Focaccia bread is one of the Italian bread I ask for when at a restaurant, it tastes awesome with shredded parmesan and olive oil. You can add bacon, caramelized onion, or cheese to focaccia bread but today we will make a simple version with rosemary. Watch the video tutorial below!
Apple Galette is a dessert that gives you everything you look for in an apple pie but with no hassle. You get a buttery and flaky pie crust, it’s a semi-open pie, and no spending time on shaping the dough to fit the pie pan because there is no pie […]
Lamb bhindi masala or Bhindi gosht – a dish from beautiful Pakistan. There are two versions of this dish; one is a little dry and the other with gravy. Today, I’m sharing the version with the gravy. I have used the less time-consuming method yet preserved the authentic flavor. The […]
Pineapple upside down cake, in my humble opinion, is the best way to enjoy eating pineapple. This cake has everything a cake lover looks for. It’s moist, easy to make, buttery, gorgeous, and you don’t have to go through the hustle of making caramel sauce. The caramel layer is formed […]
Paratha is an Indian flatbread freshly prepared in almost every Indian house. There are different versions of this bread, some have many layers, and some have none. It is a bread that’s lightly fried, has crispy edges and a soft center. You can use ghee or oil to make this […]
Rice Kheer is a delicious and popular Indian dessert. This rice pudding is rich and creamy in texture and has mixed nuts. Indians serve kheer on special occasions and festivals. Of course, you can prepare it whenever you crave it! The ingredients are simple, rice, sugar, and milk. Rice Kheer […]
Mutton Korma – an Indian lamb curry with a combination of warm spices. The lamb is tender and almost melts in your mouth with fantastic flavor. Korma is a popular dish in India, and you can cook it with chicken, fish, eggs, or vegetables. This recipe has a long list […]
Basbousa is an Arabian dessert, and it means “just one kiss” in the Arabic language. Basbousa has a cake-like texture but denser and richer. Usually, it is soaked in simple syrup and has a lot of butter, but today’s recipe is super quick to prepare and there is no soaking […]
Simit is a popular bread in Turkey. It looks like the American bagel except it’s not boiled before baking, it’s sesame-crusted bread, and is softer in texture from the inside. This simit recipe is egg-free. Having simit with feta cheese and slices of olives transforms your breakfast into a sophisticated […]