Savoury Recipes



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  1. Salaams

    Given clues about your locality I wondered if you knew how to make the famous buffalo ranch burger as sold at a local popular takeaway. I can't figure out the brown sauce the chicken burger is coated in. Any thoughts?

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    1. Not too sure which takeaway you mean but I will try my best! :)

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    2. Try Frank's RedHot Buffalo Wings Sauce.

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  2. Faatimah, I've only discovered your blog today and I think it's wonderful. I'm particularly interested in the pulau and biryani recipes as I'm desperate to cook a decent rice dish. I'm a pretty old Englishman but I love the cuisine you blog about. May I make a request? When you buy a biryani dish it comes with a mild but tasty vegetable sauce. I've tried to cook a similar vegetarian sauce but mine always come out bitter and strong. Is it possible you could include a sauce recipe which is suitable for vegetables without overpowering them? And keep up your wonderful work.

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    1. Think I answered your query in the email? As The Pink Lady said, a vegetable curry would work best with an biryani.

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  3. Steve Yates a vegetable curry works best with Bryani

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  4. Salaam Faatimah. Jus want to say I love you website and am planning to try out some of your recipes over Ramadan. Some feedback regarding your new look website I found the old one much user friendly. I can't find some of the recipes on this new one. For example I would like to make some of your pie dishes but when you click in the menu it only shows you images not the recipe. Please advise xxx

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Thank you so much for all your feedback and kind words. If you click on the picture, it will take you to the recipe. But if there is dish name under the picture, clicking on that will take you to the recipe.

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  5. It's Eid today and I had a hankering for Sevian- the kind my Muslim friends' mothers would make and send over on this day, an eon ago, in Bombay. So, I followed your recipe and, sufficiently satisfied, I will now have a relaxing evening! Thank you! And Eid Mubarak to you and yours.

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    1. So glad that the seviyan managed to satisfy your craving. Eid Mubarak to you too! :)

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  6. Hi

    I was wondering if you have any ideas or recipes about a spicy, pakistani style casserole? I love the thought of a big bowl of stew full of nutritious vegetables and chicken bur have never made anything of the kind because my dad strictly insists I make pakistani food, and casserole is of course a British food.

    Thanks

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    1. Hi Sobia, for a Pakistani casserole, I would take a traditional British casserole like a Lancashire hotpot for example, and add in a few different spices. Maybe some ground coriander, cumin, red chilli? Hope that helps!

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  8. could u make more pie recipes

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  9. Hi Faatimah, I have recently discovered your website and would like to thank you so much! I love dahl and mine never turns out like my mother in laws until I found your website!! Thank you so much, I am trying the cauliflower and potato and Aunties chicken next!

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the daal! Hope the other curries turn out just as good. :)

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  10. Hi Fatima, I was wondering if you could post a beef recipe, I am a Hindu so no one in our family has a clue about cooking beef, but it's my best friend bday soon and he's a Muslim and loves beef Biryani. Am not sure about cooking times and prep too cos the meat is new to me.

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    1. Hi Niya, I will try my best to post a few beef recipes. To be honest, me and my family only really eat beef mince so will start with a few recipes using it. You can use any of my lamb biryani recipes and sub the lamb with beef. Good luck! :)

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    3. Could you tell me the difference in cooking time between lamb and beef, does it take longer?

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    4. I've found that they're both pretty similar. It really depends on the cut of the lamb or beef.

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  11. Hi could you show us how you make plain parathas please

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    1. Will try my best to post a recipe soon! :)

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  12. Assalam O Alaikum Faatimah. You don't have a Pakistani Recipes section. It will help some of us who just need Pakistani Recipes.

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  13. Recipes are amazing. Great step by step guide. Tried a range of recipes and all have turned out amazing! For someone who couldn't cook, your great work has given me confidence to cook and I've become passionate about cooking - something I never imagained! Thank you.

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    1. Thank you so much for all your kind words. So glad my recipes have helped you!

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  14. Can i get some recipes for Beef please?

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  15. I know I keeo saying the same thing but Jazakillah khair So So So much for the recipes you provide you have made my life so easy with the step by step guide and precise measurements I have tried loads of your recipes now and they have all come out lovely jzkk for all your efforts may Allah reward you
    Have a great Ramdaan (I know I will with trying more of your recipes;-))

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    1. No problem! Love that you love my recipes and blog so much. Thank you for all your kind words and support - it means a lot.

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  16. Salaam can you recommend an alternative chilli sauce instead of the magic chilli sauce that you use in your chilli chips recipe. Thank you

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    1. Wasalaam, your favourite chilli sauce will work well in this recipe. I like using a peri peri sauce.

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  17. Salaam baji. When i got married a few years ago i was clueless about cooking and with my husband loving his food so much i knew i had to learn fast. I looked at a few different websites and things but it all seemed really tricky and mind boggling. That was untill i found your blog. Now im the one in the family getting compliments on my new dishes so i wanted to say thankyou so much for doing this blog as it has brought me so much knowlege alhamdullilah. I have cooked a lot of your recipes now and am getting more and more confident. So thankyou again sister you have brought so much positivity to my cooking and my husband always enjoys x

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam Zahraa, thank you so much for all of your kind words and comment. I'm so happy that my little blog has helped you so much. Really appreciate all your support. :)

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  18. Salaam Sister,
    I have recently come across your blogg and am loving the recipes. I am a white revert and my husband is Pakistani so they really help me out in cooking the things he grew up eating. I was wondering uf you had a recipe on how to make Dahi Balla as that is a childhood fav of his.

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! So glad you've been enjoying my blog and recipes. Will try my best to post a dahi Balla recipe. :)

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