Home Cookery Non vegetarian Non Vegetarian oi-Sowmya Shekar By Sowmya Shekar on May 22, 2020 The most auspicious day has finally arrived. People across the world are very enthusiastic to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr. Men from the Muslim community gather at the Mosque for Namaz, which is a very important part of the festival in the morning. This year Eid-Ul-Fitr will be celebrated from the evening of 23 May to the evening of 24 May. Also Read: 10 Mutton Recipes You Should Not Miss On Eid Before going to the Namaz on the day of the festival, people eat sweets, so that everything goes well for them. While the men go for a Namaz, women read the holy Quran and prepare delicious dishes for the Eid-ul-Fitr. Also Read: Different Regional Dishes For Eid Why not treat yourself to a list of special dishes that you can prepare while you're thinking of what to cook for the festival. Here's a list of some of the amazing … [Read more...] about Eid-Ul-Fitr 2020: Non-Veg Recipes That You Must Not Miss!
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Home Recipes Recipes oi-Prerna Aditi Posted By: Prerna Aditi | on April 24, 2021 Ramadan is one of the most important and sacred months for people belonging to the Muslim community. Muslims around the world observe fasts throughout the month. This year the month has begun on 13 April 2021. People are observing fast right after the sunrise till the sunset. They break their fast during Iftar, i.e., the sunset. Post this, they refrain from eating anything after the sunrise, i.e., the sunrise. In order to break their fast during the Iftar and eat nutritious yet delicious food, Muslims prepare various kind of dishes. Today we are here to share the recipe of French Fries. Ramadan 2021: Prepare French Fries At Home For Iftar Ramadan 2021: Prepare French Fries At Home For Iftar Prep Time 25 Mins Cook Time 25M Total Time 50 Mins Recipe By: Boldsky Recipe Type: Snacks Serves: 3 Ingredients 3 medium size … [Read more...] about Ramadan 2021: Prepare French Fries At Home For Iftar
Always on the hunt for new dining spots? We bring you sound bites on where to eat, including new restaurant and eatery openings, the best places for your after-work tipple, and what’s new in the food scene. What to get on your foodie radar: Andaz Singapore’s Pizza and Pilsners Night, Raffles Hotel Singapore’s collaboration with private dining chef duo, PasirPanjangBoy, inventive fusion fare at HotChic 2 and more. 1. Free-flow pizzas and Andaz Pilsners at Alley on 25 If free-flow pizzas and pilsners sound like your idea of heaven, make a booking for Andaz Singapore’s Pizza and Pilsner Night. Happening every Tuesday night (6pm to 8pm) at the hotel’s all-day dining venue, Alley on 25, you’ll get to indulge in unlimited handcrafted pizzas as well as Andaz Pilsners. The latter is an exclusive collab together with local microbrewery Trouble Brewing, best known for its high quality craft beers. You’ll be in for a treat with the pizzas, with Chef de Cuisine Raymond Chan doling … [Read more...] about Where to eat & drink: Free-flow pizzas at Andaz, keto fine dining & more
Hari Raya Puasa is barely a week away, which means it’s time to indulge in your favourite Ramadan snacks and traditional cookies! We’ve rounded up eight popular halal bakers in Singapore known for their excellent cakes, cookies and assorted baked confections. Whether they are traditional favourites given a modern twist, or old-school classics reinvented for the Instagram-age, these delicious treats are made all the sweeter on account of their affordable prices. Let’s jump right in! Where to get affordable Ramadan snacks and cookies for Hari Raya Ramadan snack Cost Order from Sea salted brownie Half (eight” x 3.5”) – $16 Whole (eight” x eight”) – $25 Fudgies Rainbow lapis One kg – $48.90 Kuih Raya Buttery macadamia cookies $23.80 Bread Garden Oatmeal apricot cookies Petite – $14.90 Medium – $18.90 Large – $24.90 Regular (glass jar) – $27.90 Large (glass jar) – $40.90 All Things Delicious Cornflake cookies $20 (approx … [Read more...] about 8 affordable (and amazing) Ramadan snacks by halal bakers in Singapore
WITH health officials urging the public to wash their hands to stop coronavirus, people have rushed out to buy hand sanitiser. Experts say that soap and water is effective enough to kill the virus but many have been looking for on-the-go alternatives. Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates If you need to use an alcohol-based hand gel, you need to ensure you use it for 20 to 30 seconds, according to the World Health Organisation. The agency has issued a nine-step guidance on how to rub your hands to make sure you are cleaning them properly... 1a. Apply a palmful of the product in a cupped hand 1b. Cover all surfaces of your hand 2. Rub hands palm to palm 3. Right palm over left dorsum with interlaced fingers and vice versa 4. Palm to palm with fingers interlaced 5. Backs of fingers to opposing palms with fingers interlocked 6. Rotational rubbing of left thumb clasped in right palm and vice versa 7. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus hand sanitiser advice – the 9 steps to make sure gels will protect against the virus