In both Arabic & English a Bakers Royale Recipe of Orange Chocolate Cake | طريقة عمل كيكة الشوكولاته والبرتقال

Orange Chocolate Cake | كيكة برتقال وشوكولاتة.

Ramadan is incomplete without dessert right after your main dish. I am writing this blog post during the Holly month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast for a whole month. The beautiful thing is that we only fast from sunrise to sunset and then we can just indulge and enjoy what we prepare. Fasting is a way to examine self restrains and constrains. A beautiful spiritual month, where family and friends unite, everyday, for Iftar after they break their fast.

Today, I decided to share with you one of my favorite recipes besides the Fererro Rocher Cake. For both chocolate and fruit lovers. The taste combination of Oranges and Chocolate is just enriching. I personally can never get enough of it.

I found this Recipe on the Bakers Royale food blog, and it was the first time for me to try any of the recipes. This one turned out to be great, delicious, soft and tasteful and worth sharing. I changed minor things to the original recipe, and translated it into Arabic.

Click here or on the photo for the full recipe, and make your loved ones remember you forever. 

Have a wonderful Iftar or dinner everyone.

What is your dish for today? Here is how to make the most delicious Musakhan Rolls | طريقة تحضير رولات المسخن

Musakhan Rolls | مسخن رولات.

اضغط على الصورة للطريقة الكاملة بلعربي و الانخليزي

Today, is the first day of Ramadan 2015. And to a lot of the people who practice Ramadan, the dish of the day is a very important topic to discuss.

Ramadan is considered to be a Holly Month for all Muslims around the world. And we practice Ramadan according to the Islamic calendar that is connected with the moon, and therefore it’s date changes every year. This year it started today, in the middle of the 

beautiful summer. So I am sitting here, outside our balcony, writing my first blog post for the people who have no idea what to prepare for Iftar today, tomorrow or next week. I also am writing this recipe for everyone who wish to try an exquisite delicious Middle-Eastern cuisine.

Msakhan Rolls, is a mini version of the main dish Msakhan. Mskhan is a very well known Middle-Eastern dish, and is known to be originated from Palestine. It is the authentic traditional Palestinian dish. Today you can make a mini version of Mskhan and this is what we call the Mskhan rolls.

My mother has been very known for making the best Mskhan in town. And when she prepares the traditional main dish, our house becomes a festival, with people invited, kids playing around, the smell of Mskhan all day long, and a great reunion of close family or friends over the dinning table. Today I wish to share with you her recipe for the Mskhan rolls, and hopefully I will soon upload the Mskhan dish recipe. Enjoy this wonderful recipe, made easy, and mouth watering by my beautiful mother.

Click on the picture for the full recipe. Leave me your comments, and have a wonderful first day of Ramadan.