It is just so surprising that we are almost closing into the first quarter of the year! 2015 just seemed to have started yesterday… The fast moving of days is actually scary because it always gives you a feeling that there is so much to do and so little time. We believe that the movement of time in a fast pace is one of the signs that the end is near. No, no, don’t worry, I am not scaring any of you… 🙂
I was supposed to have this guest for the Eid special guest post but then she was so impatient, that she landed up on my space much earlier than expected! Hehe… I am just kidding. My tryst with Rashida started from our common love for Sister Yasmin Mogahed and a bonding over her lovely book “Reclaim Your Heart”. Her blog was one that made me realize how diverse our Indian cooking is and I am always in awe with the recipes she shares, as they are so different from what we cook. In fact, cooking is such a wide ocean that you cannot stop with just a few trials, provided that your family is ready to eat it! 🙂
OK, now why Rashida appears on my blog earlier is that InShaAllah, next month, she is going to be a bride and enter into a totally new phase of her life. Being married is definitely a beautiful feeling and I wish from the deepest recesses of my heart that you see the best of it and may you have a life filled with Allah’s barakah (blessings). A little advice from a sister who has seen it all – keep praying for your marriage, always hold tight to His rope and move forward. InShaAllah, you will never go wrong. And have a lot of patience! It is a very important requisite for a life together, something that I learned a bit late! 🙂 So I guess let’s move on to her and her lip-smacking dish that she has bought along… 🙂
Assalam Alaikum & Hello reader’s!
The Big Sweet Tooth-A place where you get inspiration & food recipes (one of my favourite’s) It started with one comment and now guest posting at her well-pronounced space. She has visited my space and since then I started following her. Mash Allah we all know how well she manages her site. I am sure you too wondering how she handle all from working, cooking, baking, creating events and making her home better place to live.
garlic onions and cook for 3 minutes.
Adjust salt, sugar and make spicy as per your preference.