Some have it for breakfast and others like it for dinner. During Ramadan this is a must have on our table, at least every other day.

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If you love Bagels, you’re going to love how easy and cheap to make this homemade recipe is. Try it and you’ll never go back to store-bought or frozen variety again. The recipe yields 10 medium sized bagels or 20 mini sized bagels, I used a scale to measure each ball, they measured at 110 grams and 40 grams respectively.

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The journey of homemade Kaak started when my cousin Nana decided she was sick of the traditional Cheese platter and wanted something with an oriental twist, and with that came those miniature versions of our favorite toasted sesame kaak.

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Traditionally cooked over charcoals or wood fire on a large dome-like skillet called Saj. I have none but managed to get creative by cover the handles of my wok and turning it upside down to create the saj skillet. Don’t have a Wok? Don’t shy away of trying this recipe with an iron cast.

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We’re a family who loves EGGS! Seriously we go through a large carton every week.

With that said we love eggs because we’re always alternating between recipes. I for one fancy up my eggs, poached eggs with hollandaise sauce anyone? But for real, with two kids aged 3 and 1, the simplest ingredients make a hearty meal for them. Here is a rundown of our favorites.

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Talk about an Omega-3 powered breakfast! It may look like a fancy and hard to make breakfast, but trust me, it’s easy to make, incredibly nutritious, and packed with healthy fatty acids and high proteins that your body will appreciate.

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