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How to make Hung Curd

Hung Curd is a term that we read about quite often in different recipes or food forums. It sounds fancy, but is actually quite simple to make. All it requires is draining the liquid or whey from yogurt/curd, and the thick yogurt you are left with is essentially Hung Curd. It is similar to Greek yogurt in texture and can be used in recipes calling for the same. It is a versatile ingredient that can be used to make delicious…

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Preparing for Ramadan – Meal Organization & Healthy Eating Tips

Please ‘like’ me on Facebook to keep updated with new posts, tips & tricks, or to ask me any questions: Kay’s House of Treats It’s going to be Ramazan in about a week Alhamdulillah! For my readers who are non-Muslims, Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic calendar. Everyday during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast by abstaining from food & drink from sunrise (suhoor/sehri) to sunset (iftar). Not only do Muslims have to…

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Everyday Menu Planning – Meat Dishes (Chicken, Mutton & Beef)

Please ‘like’ me on Facebook to keep updated with new posts, tips & tricks, or to ask me any questions: Kay’s House of Treats Meat Dishes (Includes Everyday Curry’s, Mincemeat/Qeema Dishes, Kofta/Meatballs,  BBQ items, Special Party Dishes & Continental)Below is a PDF document detailing different kinds of meat dishes that you can make regularly as well as for parties at your home – some of the recipes are already available on the blog (linked below) and the rest I will keep on adding…

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Everyday Menu Planning – Vegetarian Dishes

Vegetables (Includes Desi Pakistani Style Vegetables, Desi + Continental Style Vegetables and Continental Vegetables)Below is a PDF document detailing different kinds of vegetable dishes that you can make regularly at your home – some of the recipes are already available on the blog (linked below) and the rest I will keep on adding as and when I get time. Please feel free to contribute any recipes & dishes that I have missed and are made at your house! ūüôāVegetarian Recipes on…

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Salad 101 – Types of Salad Greens

Please ‘like’ me on Facebook to keep updated with new posts, tips & tricks, or to ask me any questions:¬†Kay’s House of Treats Experimenting with Fresh Salads Continuing on with my salad how-to, the next part is about the different kind of salad greens available, and a general idea on how they taste (mild, bitter, spicy) & look. Lettuce is the most salad green available, however, it does tend to have a one-dimensional taste. Hence, the best kind of salad…

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Salad 101 – Tossing Greens & Adding the Salad Dressing

Continuing on with my salad how-to, the next step that I will be writing in detail about is how to mix salad greens and how to add the dressing. Before you go really “a how-to on mixing a salad”!!! The thing is its not that hard, but if you do something wrong, greens are so delicate that they can easily tear or wilt and you end up with not so great looking greens in a beautiful salad otherwise. Believe me,…

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Starting off with Salad 101 – Cleaning & Storing Greens

Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Leafy Green Salad & our Desi Kachumber. They all taste fundamentally different but all these salads have one thing in common and that is ….. The Dressing.¬†The dressing whether its as simple as olive oil and lemon juice or as complicated as homemade ranch dressing with about 10 ingredients is what brings the salad together and makes it delicious! ¬†¬† My recent interest in salads (evident from those following me on Facebook)¬†was a result of a chance…