10th of the month means it's time for another MFB Challenge.Sometimes I feel my blog runs due to such Challenges,because at least at the the last hour,I manage to do the post.Its not purposely because I am engaged in so many things.Like I have a physiotherapy on alternative days,then the other days I have joined the Quran Tajweed and Grammer classes,where we have to study our portions etc.Sometimes a 7th STD boy comes for tuitons and at the end of the day after my house chores I just need to find my bed...hehe.
Today's Challenge was to prepare anything from a lovely blog,from 'Shab's Cuisine'.A blog with so many wonderful recipes,mainly those traditional recipes from the Malabar side,the lovely bakes,the middle eastern sweets and much more.Looking at her recipe index I had already planned to do something from her Arabic flavors,any sweets.So I tried this easy Middle Eastern Dessert Muhallabia.
This is a creamy pudding flavored with rose water and garnished with nuts and Dates(you can use any dry fruits).Now on to the recipe:
Condensed Milk 1 tin
Water 1 l
Rice flour 1/2 cup
Corn flour 2 tbsp
Rose water 1/2 to 3/4 tbsp
Dates chopped 1 cup
Almonds or Pistachios to garnish
-In a saucepan add the water and condensed milk and mix well.Stir in the rice flour and corn flour to this and mix thoroughly using a whisk.
-Place on low to medium heat stirring continuously till the mixture turns thick.
-Now add in the rose water,stir and remove from flame.
-Add in the chopped Dates.Pour in serving bowls and refrigerate.
-Garnish with Dates and nuts and serve.
Yummy share!They looks so good!ReplyDelete
It is best to be busy in life dear... you won't have time to think otherwise... good luck for your Quran classes! I love Muhallabia... always delicious...ReplyDelete
this is so deliciousReplyDelete
That's delicious share...loving itReplyDelete
This dish sounds perfect for the hot summer days.ReplyDelete
MashaAllah, the dates muhalabiya looks stunning with the flowers beside. I am glad you found time to blog with that kind of busy schedule. It is nice to keep yourself busy learning new things. All the best dear.ReplyDelete
I truly appreciate how you manage so many things and yet find time to blog. As blogging takes a lot time and effort.I am also in a quran class group and I truly enjoy every bit of it.So end of the day it is all about how we manage ourselves with the time. Great going Ruxana. I have pinned this recipe on my iftar list as Muhallabiya has a cooling effect in Ramadan.ReplyDelete
A new dessert for me, looks so delicious..ReplyDelete
Anything with condensed milk I am in, this looks rich and yummmyReplyDelete
Yummmm. Thanks for asking about my dad. Hd is gng for surgery tomorrow insha allah will b okReplyDelete
I have never had Dates Muhalabiya, but it looks so intriguing to me.ReplyDelete
This looks so yummy! Lovely pics!ReplyDelete
Awesome recipe............perfect for this summer.ReplyDelete
Nice recipe,lovely pics too....
nice share looks delicious....:)ReplyDelete
I need to try this. It sounds really good.ReplyDelete