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Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu!

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

I love hearing from you guys so here are a number of ways that you can get in touch with me:





Email: thismuslimgirlbakes@gmail.com

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Under each post, there is a section for comments. I'd love to see you there!

I look forward to hearing from you.

Keep me in your duas, please,

Wasalaam!

55 comments

  1. Salam, love your blog! Couldn't find a comments portion under your last blog (about quesadillas) so I am posting on here.

    I noticed you used Old El Paso Refried Beans in the recipe- I thought previously that they had lard in there. However, I wasnt sure so googled it.. and unfortunately yes, this is what Google says. This may be different for the UK -my google is the US-version. but just wanted to let you know so you can make sure.

    Cooked Beans, Water, Contains 2% or Less of: Partially Hydrogenated Lard, Salt, Vinegar, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Spice, Chili Pepper.

    Old El Paso Refried Beans, Traditional - Wegmans
    www.wegmans.com/webapp/wcs/stores/.../ProductDisplay?...Wegmans

    JZK,
    Hena
    hena009@gmail.com

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    1. Assalamu alaikum Hena! jazakillah khair for your message and for taking the time out to send it. I did check my refried beans ingredients and for the ones we get here in the UK, alhamdulillah, there is no lard in them and they are suitable for vegetarians. jazakillah khair once again for alerting me to this and insha Allah, my American readers will be able to benefit. take care x

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  2. Salaam
    I recently came across your blog and i love it. I want to know a bit about you ....I didn't come across anything about where your from....your age etc.... i would be glad to knw a bit about you. Keep posting recipes and keep up the good job.

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    1. Wasalaam! Thank you for your kind words. I'm a 20-something living in north west England who enjoys baking, cooking and taking photos of the two! :)

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    2. Are you pakistani??

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    3. Originally, yes. But I was born in England.

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  3. Assalam alaikum, i come from a different culture and my husband is half Pakistani Asian. He loves his curries esp. cooked by his sisters! My sisters-in-law taught me how to cook curries but i always have trouble remembering instructions! Like your mum they seem to eyeball everything! So when I come across your blog I am so happy coz you make it easy to follow. And they taste soo good just like the way my sisters-in-law cook them (hope you don't mind me comparing you to them) Hopefully a bit more practice I will be able to cook for them and their families, inshallah! Keep the recipes coming please! Jazakallah khair for sharing always!

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    1. Wasalaam! Jazakillah khair for all your kind words and for taking the time to write this comment. I'm really glad you like my blog and comparing me to your sisters-in-law is a big compliment especially for a novice like me. Practice does make perfect - I think that's how my mother got to her eye-balling stage. She's made the dishes so many times over the years and has literally memorised all the recipes off by heart. Insha Allah, we will be just the same one day! Take care! :)

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  4. I just stumbled upon this website. thank you sooooo much for all your recipes. esp the number of photos at each stage which gives us an idea when to add what ingredient and how it is supposed to look at each stage. this is what I need. it is like some one is standing right next to you and showing you how to cook. I didn't get a chance to try out the recipes. but am really looking forward to it. I am more interested in traditional/authentic Pakistani recipes. thank you once again. and keep on blogging.

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    1. Thank you for all your kind words! I love the fact that you stumbled upon my blog - I love it when that happens me! I'm really glad you enjoy the photos. I used to love seeing them on other blogs and knew that if I ever started one, I would include them too. I hope you enjoy the recipes and I'll try my best to share plenty more traditional Pakistani ones. Thank you so much for taking the time to send your comment. :)

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  5. Assalamu alaikum..is there any option to subscribe to your blog through my e-mail dear?

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    1. Wasalaam! No, not at the moment. The best way to be notified of new posts is by following me on Bloglovin or through any of my social media mentioned which I regularly update. :)

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  6. Hi I love your web layout for the cooking steps...I use your site all the time for my wife & daughter as i cook for them...My fav dish is the BENGAL style...So if you could please can you put up a recipes for this..Much appreciated...Thanks

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    1. Thank you so much for leaving this comment. I'm really glad my blog has helped you out. Do want more Bengali recipes? Any specific requests? Let me know! :)

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  7. thank for reply..I would love lamb..Chicken & veg Bengal recipe...my fav would be the lamb & chicken..As i use your tikka style for the marination...I would look forward on your style...Gr8 work You do..

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  8. Followed your blog for quite a while and love all your recipes and the way you present them. For such a young girl you do really well, your mother has obviously taught you well as I did with my daughter. More should be done to teach cookery in schools.

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    1. Hi Eleanor! Thank you so much for your kind words. Yes, plenty of credit definitely goes to my mother - she's an amazing cook! :)

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    2. Can you show how to make very spicy boneless chicken and noodles with out sauce and not Chinese style but more desi style

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    3. Jazak allah khair may allah swt give you barkat and health and you always be happy and joyfoul in life...
      I was shocked and overwelmed and so glad when i seen you made the spicy chicken and noodle recipe the pakistani spice style...���� thank you for making my request come true and for all your hard work ���� i will make this recipe from now on once a week... thank you so so so much

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    4. Hussain - It was no problem whatsoever. Jazakallah khair for the request - the noodle dish is now one of my favourites! :)

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  9. Asalamuakilum sister. I can not thank you enough for this page. As a British revert married to an Indian man you can imagine my struggle at meal times haha. You have just made my life that bit easier. Jazak Allah khair keep up the good wwork insha Allahxx

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Jazakillah khair for taking the time out to send me such a lovely message. I am so glad that my blog has helped you! Be sure to let me know if you have any requests! :)

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  10. Assalaamu alaykum ukhti, your blog is fantastic I love it! May Allaah bless you with khayr and keep you on the right path. Ameen!

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Jazakillah khair for your kind words and ameen to your beautiful dua! Take care! :)

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  11. Salaam, I just wanted to say thank you SO much for your blog. So many delicious ideas (so little time!), and plenty of supporting pictures so that even a novice like me can't go wrong. My mother in law is pleasantly befuddled at my new-found cooking expertise, and even my relatively fussy husband has found much to enjoy from this site. Please keep posting!

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Thank you so much for sending me such a lovely message. I'm so glad that my blog has helped you! I will try my best to keep posting as long as you promise to keep on cooking! :)

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  12. Salaamz can i have tge recipe fr coconut and jam slice tht u got from sumone m timol

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  13. Asalaam sister, i would like to thankyou for your brilliant blog your recipes are amazing mashaAllah! Everytime i'v tried something its turned out yummy Alhumdulillah & the hubby approves! xD
    I need abit of help if you can in terms of lamb what cut do you buy/which is best?
    Hope to hear from you InshaAllah :)
    Jazakillah Khair

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Jazakillah khair for your kind words - I am so glad you enjoy my blog and recipes. When it comes to lamb, we usually buy leg or shoulder or lamb. Usually leg because we prefer to use it in our curries. For shorba, we like chops. And for rice, neck or shoulder. The bones really help make a better stock (yakhni). You can use any you like but of course, anything on the bone gives a better flavour. Hope that helps! :)

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  14. Jazakillah Khair for your advice! I will take it onboard :)

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  15. Are you married sister? my brother in law is looking to get married and we could do with an amazing cook in the family :-}

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  16. I have tried chicken paella but it didnt really work to my taste. I would like for you to try this with a pakistani twist Insha Allah. x

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    1. Insha Allah, I will definitely give the paella a go. Will share if all goes well! :)

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  17. Hi, thankyou for your lovely recipes and efforts. Please can you show us a recipe for a small portion of homemade garam masala, in terms of grams for each of the whole spices . Would really appreciate this so much ��

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    1. Hello! It's no problem. Will be sharing our garam masala recipe soon! :)

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  18. Thankyou so much, you are amazing ��

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  19. Hiya.i start using your recipes for over a week and it's really good my daal was never good but from your recipe I can't believe I made a daal which I actually love it.your recipes are easy specially with pictures it's so much easy to make them.I am in uk as well which city are you from.can you please teach cHanna Daal and kidney beans .thank you so much
    Mrs fiaraz

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed the Daal recipe. I am based outside Manchester and will try my best with your requests! :)

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  20. Salaam,
    I came across your blog just today and I should tell you that you've got a really good collection of recipes. The best thing I liked about your blog is the pictorial representation of the steps of the recipe which makes things so easier for us readers. And as Ramadaan has started I'm going to try out your spicy chicken noodles for today's Iftaar Insha'Allah. Keep up the good work.

    :-)
    Aashiana

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam Aashiana! I'm so glad you enjoy my blog. Enjoy the noodles and thank you so much for your kind words! :)

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  21. Asalaamu alaikum!
    I took a cooking class a few times back in the days and my teacher pounded into our heads that there are two measuring cups for liquid (the glass cup measurements) and dry (the spoon/plastic measurements). I wanted to ask which one you have been using for your measurements so I can accurately measure mine. My mother-in-law is Pakistani and she uses just a plain cup and eye estimation which I obviously lack as I am not Pakistani and do not know which spice can overpower other spices. My Hmong mother eyeballs everything but because I grew up eating my cultural food, I know how to adjust ingredients to make them fit the correct taste buds. If you could help me out, that would be awesome! JzkAllah Kharyn in advance!

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! When it comes to cups, I use American measuring cups. However, I much prefer to use grams as it is more accurate. I am trying to convert all my earliest recipes into grams. Your mother-in-law sounds just like my mother. I have to follow my mother round the kitchen with a weighing scale when she's making Pakistani recipes.

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  22. As salamu alaikum, I'm a gorie and my other half is pakistani and doesn't eat English food apart from like chips, kebabs, burgers etc. So when I cook for him, I have to cook him pakistani food. At the start, I had no idea how to even make a basic curry but alhamdullilah I came past your amazing blog on Google and now I know how to make so many things for him and also things for myself as well, e.g. cauliflower cheese. I had never really cooked or baked before I moved in with my husband and now I feel so confident with cooking thanks to you and your basic straight forward recipes that are set out step by step which is a bonus for me! Thank you so much, jazakallah khair, charlotte x

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Jazakillah khair for all your kind words! I am so happy that my blog has given you confidence in the kitchen! :)

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  23. Hiya Love Your Recipes
    I Normally Use Fried Onions, How Much In Quantity Would That Be Of Equivalent To A Small Onion?

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    1. So glad you enjoy my recipes! I would use 4 tablespoons fried onions for 1 small onion. But you can add more, if you like.

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  25. Slmz! found your amazing site today while searching for an aloo gobi recipe. its cooking away right now, but i wanted to thank you for all these recipes, i will def be trying out some more. love from Quraisha in Durban, South Africa

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    1. So glad you found my blog! I hope you enjoyed the aloo gobi all the way in South Africa!

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  26. Hi sister please can you tell me how to cook peri peri spicy wings and peri peri sauce that goes ontop of the chips. I have tried your spicy chips they came out lovely but I want more of a saucy chips or wings

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    1. See my recipe for peri peri chicken goujons with sauce. I'm sure it would be delicious with chicken wings too. The recipe is at - http://thismuslimgirlbakes.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/peri-peri-chicken-goujons-with-peri.html

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  27. Assalaam alaikum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuhu ukhti. Jazak Allah khair for the recipes. They are spot on. Do you have one for biryani by any chance?
    Thanks

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