August 27, 2011

Various Iftars

Just some dinners from when I remember to take a picture. Hmm, do you think we like chicken?

Pasta shells with garlic white sauce, sautee'd carrots and chicken panee.
Rice, molokhika, salad and boiled then pan fried chicken.
Spagghetti, salad, broccoli and baked chicken.



Lasagna, roasted cauliflower, & grilled chicken tenderloins. 


10 comments:

  1. Hagar3:53 PM

    they all look sooooo good, masha'Allah. We eat very similarly in our home. :-)

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  2. yum! how do you make chicken panne? Everything looks so yummie and delicious! It's going to be a long day.. it's 9am here and I've already seen your blog, full of food and Ange's blog with a recipe.. ya Allah! Salaams Mona... Ramadan Syeed Mubarak.

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  3. Drooools! It is just 7 am here and am salivating looking at all the yummy food. Another 12 hrs to go for iftar. LOL. These pics will surely be on the top my mind awareness slot for the day!

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  4. Hagar, cool, yea we're always, starch, veg, chicken/meat & salad.

    Teri, It's just breaded fried chicken breast or tenderloins. I got used to calling it by the Egyptian name :)

    Zee, Oops, sorry!

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  5. All the plates look amazing! I'm hungry now and I just love chicken.

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  6. Yum! We eat chicken pretty much every day in our house too. I'm not a big fan of meat.

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  7. Perfectly Imperfect, Thanks! Chicken is so versatile.

    Amalia,we actually had kofta instead one day this week lol.

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  9. I need to read first! At any rate, I love the design on your dinner plates!

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  10. your food looks yummy and a lot like mine that i serve in our home lol! do you have a recipe for the garlic white sauce? is the egyptian panee done with the traditional flour then egg then breadcrumb way or differently? Wishing you a late Eid Mubarak!!

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