Wednesday, 30 September 2015

September 2015: The One Where We Celebrated Eid-al-Adha.

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu!

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

September 2015: The One Where We Celebrated Eid-al-Adha.

September 1: slice and chill.
September 2: extra chocolate is always welcome.
September 3: brownie cross-section.
September 4: Friday night stuffed crust.
September 5: pasta bake weather is back.
September 6: soup with all the fixings.
September 7: baking with plums.
September 8: steaming.
September 9: typical lunch scene.
September 10: addicted.
September 11: picking greengages.
September 12: homegrown.
September 13: Sunday baking.
September 14: peanut butter and jelly.
September 15: fully loaded.
September 16: twinkle.
September 17: much-needed burger.
September 18: apple pie day!
September 19: Saturday night salsa.
September 20: homemade achar, though.
September 21: a roti and curry kind of night.
September 22: coffee and chocolate.
September 23: Eid cake assembly.
September 24: tomato picking on Eid.
September 25: these shortbread cookies were amazing.

September 26: our qurbani.
September 27: trail mix production.
September 28: chocolate chunk.
September 29: much needed coffee and cake.
September 30: peace.


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my phone wallpaper this month.
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my tablet wallpaper this month.
 your photos: this month, I received a lovely email from one of you and with it was this photo of my red lentil curry. along side, she had cooked an aloo dum and homemade chapattis - delicious!
gluten-free quadruple chocolate brownies - baked by @halalhomecooking 
keema with potatoes and peas - cooked by @honey_and_olive
guys, I love seeing your photos of my recipes - send them to me!
 baking challenge: this month saw me finally cracking the squidgy gluten-free brownie.

and, baking blondies for the first time.
 I also baked a syrup ginger cinnamon cake with seasonal plums.
 plus a very successful loaf of bread.
not to mention our first ever apple pie.
 this orange cherry loaf turned out very well even after the batter curdled halfway.
and, by far my favourite, was our cake for Eid-al-Adha: chocolate sponge + coffee sponge + Nutella whipped cream + coffee buttercream.
my fave meals: one-pan roasted chicken with potatoes + peppers + tomatoes + basil + rosemary + thyme + red onion + garlic with grilled corn.
peanut butter on toast + Indian tea.
 courgette leek fritters + garlic lemon yoghurt.
 grilled salami cheese bagel + melon + cucumber + tomato + tangerine + orange + pickle + Sriracha.
spiced carrot soup + tahini lemon dollop + cumin roasted chickpeas + za'atar pitta wedges.
Bombay chicken biryani with peppers + fried onions + fresh mint + fresh coriander.
chicken tikka + hot pitta bread + Sriracha + minty yoghurt + tomato + lettuce + cucumber + pickled pepper.
chicken tikka + stir-fried veggies + spicy coconut basil rice noodles.

September has flown by in the blink of an eye. It brought both moments of joy and grief. I pray that Allah accepts all our efforts in this month and blesses us even more during October.

Keep me in your duas, please,

Wasalaam!

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