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Pozole Verde: A Green Mexican Corn Soup

Pozole Verde: A Green Mexican Corn Soup

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Kissir Turkish Bulgur Salad

Kissir Turkish Bulgur Salad

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Eid Gifts for Summer Fun

Eid Gifts for Summer Fun

Eid is only 10 days away! Are you ready? For some festive decor ideas and activities, be sure to check my post about Ramadan Fun and how to make Maamoul and Eid cookies with the kids. Most of the decorations and vendors I share are perfect for Eid as well! I made the sign below using cardboard letters, painting them with acrylic paint and then some glitter paint. There is also this festive LED letter option that I love!

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I made this EID sign with my kids, using cardboard letters, painting them with acrylic paint, and then some glitter paint.

Right about now, you may be searching for some fun Eid gift ideas for the family. Well, given our current circumstance of social distancing, most summer programs, camps, and travel is CANCELLED. To keep this Eid holiday exciting and also serve your summer plans, make sure you have some gift ideas to include outdoor play and indoor activities to keep the kids and everyone in the family active and busy! Here is a list of some of our favorites over the years, and some we plan to gift this spring to keep the kids busy all day, all summer!

Our family has started this Ramadan treasure chest, which appears at the beginning of the month and triggers a lot of excitement! Once they fill it with toys and clothes in good condition to donate, they start receiving their Eid gifts in here…

Nature Fun and exploration

Like most kids around the world, your child was likely in front of the computer or a screen for most of the remainder of the school year. It is time to get out and dirty with nature! Here are some of our favorites. You don’t need to guide the kids much; their curiosity and excitement will lead the way!

  1. Garden gloves to dig in the dirt! You will definitely want some kid sized gardening gloves such as this set that comes in a multi-pack for several kids, or an individual pair like this Melissa and Doug water proof pair. If your child loves the sensory play of digging in the dirt and mud like mine do, you will especially appreciate these.

2. Garden tools: Plant some seeds or a seedling from a garden center (such as Home Depot) in the dirt or in a pot. Sunflower seeds, leafy greens, cucumbers and cherry tomatoes all grow well if tended to with some good sunlight and enough water. My kids absolutely LOVE harvesting the cherry tomatoes throughout summer. A handy garden kit with a shovel the right size for small hands is another wonderful tool set kids would enjoy for the outdoors, whether planting in a pot or right into the dirt. If your kids are older than age 5, you may want a heavy duty shovel that does get some garden work done. We love this trowel for its large heavy duty grip and purposeful shape to make the digging easier. Just be sure to practice safety first!

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3. Another fun way to enjoy and explore nature is with a bug catching kit- just be sure they kids are instructed to let their critters free once they made observations. I really love this simple tool by Carson optics, as it encourages only the observation of critters, and not the capture.

If you are looking for a small container to observe critters for a longer period, this is an excellent carrier:

Active play and sports

There is really a lot you can do outdoors, if you get creative. Here is a list of some of our favorite outdoor games, which are also great to pull out for large play groups or parties:

  1. A volleyball and a net is easy to set up in any backyard, and would offer great fun for the whole family. If you want a durable and quality net, this Baden set is one of the best you can get, and it also includes badminton racquets for 2 games in 1:

2. A basketball to shoot around with either at home, or the neighborhood playground and hoops can offer endless fun! A soccer ball is also very easy to enjoy anywhere.

3. Outdoor games such as bean bag toss or ring toss are always fun, especially for family gatherings or parties. These are also portable fun to take to parks and picnics, because soon we will be able to do this again I hope!

4. With high temps around the corner, you may want to get everyone a water blaster, especially if social distancing is prolonged into the summer. Children and adults alike will have endless fun having a water soaking fight! It’s a sure way to have great fun, from a distance!

5. This climbing dome is a top seller on Amazon and back in stock! It is durable to withstand both the weather and the kids climbing, and it is a great outdoor adventure if you don’t want to commit to expensive and permanent play-set installations.

6. Water bombs are another fun way to stay cool in the heat, while also maintaining social distancing. Water bombs are an eco-friendly solution to water balloons. They are reusable, will not litter the yard or space with latex and plastic, and usually dont hurt as much as a balloon popping on you! ALl you need is a large tub or bucket of water and throw these in and you are set for hours of explosive fun!

Indoor activities

I have always organized all of our play objects in a way that they are conducive to creating, thinking, or problem solving. Storage bins to keep different play toys organized in is a life saver, and makes clean-up easier for kids.

  1. Magnatiles or any magnetic block building set is really fun for almost every kid. We keep them in canvas bins on a toy shelf and pull it out whenever other children are around. They are a sure way to keep kids busy, but they can be expensive, unfortunately. Here is a set we have tried and loved, and the kids would always be thrilled to get more:

2. Legos and a lego table are an excellent way to keep kids busy for a long period of time. The creativity and problem solving is also a wonderful element that goes into building. My kids love their legos, but they are always all over the place which is a real PAIN. I decided to get this lovely table that keeps legos organized in a bin, and also gives the children a clear boundary as to where these little painful blocks may lie around.

3. Building blocks are such a wonderful way to keep kids of all ages. This beautiful FAO Schwartz wooden block set allows kids to use problem solving skills to build a castle! You have the option to purchase a 75 piece set or 150 piece set, for only a $10 difference, so I would definitely go for the set twice as big. Lincoln logs are another favorite both in my home and the classroom. Kids love the open creativity to construct with these interlocking logs to create whatever they please with this set. Bonus fact: Lincoln Logs were developed by a Chicago local, John Lloyd Wright the son of famed Chicago architect, Frank Lloyd Wright!

4. Brain Blox are an awesome building kit that stimulates the imagination and creativity. This educational building set is perfect for all stages of brain development.

Dramatic and Imaginative Play

  1. Play table– a good play table to anchor where kids can color, play, eat snacks has always been integral part of our toddler home. I love this modern white set:

I also love this folding table by Little Tikes; we got it as a birthday gift when my daughter turn 1 and it has been use for all these years after. It also serves as a great outdoor space for painting, bubbles, gardening, and picnics.

  1. A play kitchen is another wonderful way to anchor some play space in the home. This area can be filled with play food and kitchen tools for hours of imaginative play that is great for both social and emotional development as well as cognitive growth.

Sensory Play

  1. Kinetic Sand is an instant way to occupy kiddos of all ages. The sensory experience captivates children and adults alike, and it is not messy (thats a win-win in my book). Just add in some of their favorite animal or dinosaur figurines and you are set for the hours of play! This set below is a great value with 6 lbs of sand in three different colors!

2. Another way we have been keeping busy at home is with polymer clay. Polymer clay has a similar consistency to real pottery clay and it bakes in a home oven. The kids really love seeing their creations come to life, as their work becomes little ceramic pieces. This set comes with a variety of colors, as well as some useful sculpting tools they will need for details.

STEM games

There are a ton of classic board games most people know about. Below I list some of my favorite problem solving and critical thinking games perfect to play at home, while applying mathematical and science concepts.

  1. Crazy Tower is very similar to Jenga, but it has a few more rules making the fun a lot more crazy, literally! Gravity and balance come into play, as does concepts of perimeter and area when kids figure out their strategies and scores. I love this game, hence it is #1 here!

2. Rush Hour is one the best selling problem solving games. The whole family can enjoy this one too. The logic and problem solving skills in your child will come alive here.

3. SmartGames Little Red Riding Hood is an awesome puzzle perfect for preschoolers and up. Adults can use story telling as they play to really engage the child to help Red escape from the wolf. This is another logic based puzzle that serves from beginner level preschoolers, to masters. The puzzle in conveniently sized making it perfect for travel too!

4. SmartGames IQ puzzles is another favorite! We have 2 of them and there are a few other versions available on Amazon. The one below is my favorite, especially because it does not have so many little pieces that can go missing. This compact case holds everything you need, and slips right in my purse so I take it with me on the go (restaurants, someone’s house, travel). This will keep kids occupied with over 120 puzzles starting from easy level to master (where the parents even struggle to solve!)

Maamoul Pastry Cookies

Maamoul Pastry Cookies

Maamoul is a traditional cookie enjoyed throughout the Middle East come Ramadan, Eid, Spring time, Easter, and basically year round. But it is especially imperative during the holidays! Maamoul is a scrumptious butter cookie made with butter, flour, semolina and some rose extract and filled […]

Ramadan Fun for the Kids

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Ramadan is here, and while we tend to plan mostly for our food (suhoor and Iftar meals), and a schedule to fit all of our work, school assignments and activities, family events, and nightly prayers in… if you have little ones in your lives, or […]

Qatayif with pistachio and rose

Qatayif with pistachio and rose

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Their scent fill the air on Ramadan nights. The crunchy and gooey pastry that children lick their fingers after devouring, is easily one of Ramadan’s most favorable memories. Qatayif [quh-ta-yif] are a Middle Eastern delicacy that exude everything delicious. They are mini pancakes, folded up into sweet little dumplings. The crispy dough may hold within a variety of delicious fillings. For this recipe, I use my mother’s classic nut mixture. These qatayif are crispy on the outside, yet fluffy and moist at the same time. They embrace a delectable mixture of pistachios with cinnamon and sugar, are fried or baked to a golden crisp, and then drizzled with (ahem ok, doused in) a fragrant rose simple syrup that runs into every nook and cranny of this sweet pastry.

All over the Middle East, but especially in Egypt, qatayif, along with my other favorite, basbousa, are THE classic Ramadan desserts. Something about fasting all day and having blood insulin levels drop so low made the Arabs invent such incredibly scrumptious little pastries that will boost just about anyone’s energy and mood. Also, a lesser known fact is that qatayif are naturally a vegan treat! So go ahead and share this dessertwith a wide variety of your friends!

rose qatayif

The Dough

For me, the most challenging part of qatayif is making the perfect circle pancakes. I am not well versed with dough and making things symmetrical. But I have several tips and trick that will make this a cinch for anyone!

First of all, know that you can BUY freshly made qatayif pancakes at a Middle Eastern bakery during Ramadan. For those living in Egypt, it is uncommon to make the qatayif dough at home, because it is so easily accessible from countless bakeries on every street corner. I have found some places locally in Chicago that can make the dough, although it is not exactly inexpensive.

With that said, the dough batter is very easy to make, and whips up quickly in one blender. I do prefer my mom’s recipe more than the ready made dough because it has the perfect texture. The dough remains nice and crispy and when pouring the batter, it does bubble nicely. It is actually surprisingly easy to make the batter; the key is using good instant yeast. I use Red Star platinum yeast.

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Check out these tips for success:

  1. Use warm water, not hot and definitely not boiling. You want the yeast to be active and lots of bubbles to form on each pancake, this is how you know you have success with qatayif!
  2. First whisk the warm water, yeast, and sugar and let it foam while you combine the dry ingredients.
  3. As with all my baking tips for success: USE A KITCHEN SCALE! I cannot tell you how many times my batter came out differently and I had to add a little more water, then a little more flour to achieve the correct consistency. Using a scale and measuring in grams will ensure you achieve the best batter, with the same consistency, EVERY TIME. I include measurements in this recipe in grams for you. You’re welcome.
  4. Pour the batter onto a reliable non-stick pan, using a ladle. This ensures that every pancake will be the same size.
  5. To make the pancakes, you need to cook it on ONLY one side. As soon as the top bubbles and the wet batter is set, remove it. You do not want to completely dry it out because then it will not stick closed when you fold them shut.

The Filling

Traditionally, a combination of walnuts and other favorites can be blitzed to fill qatayif. My husband is allergic to every nut, except pistachios and because most Middle Eastern bakeries have all kinds of nuts all over the place, he can only eat mine, homemade:) I have since loved using pistachios because they have a beautiful, fragrant, and delicate sweet flavor! The ground pistachios should be pulsed until medium-coarse. I combine them with cinnamon, sugar, coconut, and sometimes raisins. I find the raisins to be a nice juicy pop, but one of my girls prefers it without. The filling can truly be as you like it! Another variation of Egyptian qatayif includes ishta, which is a creamy vanilla custard. These are called qatayif asafiri.

filling qatayif

The Syrup

lemon in syrup

Qatayif need a simple syrup made by simmering sugar and water with a dash of lemon juice. Some people add rose water, but every bottle of rose water I have ever bought smells so artificial and I quite frankly hate the taste. I do love rose, and I once received a lovely vial of pure rose oil from a pastry chef from Algeria. It smells so potent of roses, only a drop is needed to infuse an entire recipe! I love to use this in my syrup, or my latest hack of using dried rose petals or rose tea to simmer in my syrup. This imparts such a delicate and fragrant rose scent that complements the pistachio flavors beautifully in this dessert. I simply boil the rose petals in tea bags in the water, before I add the sugar. Then I proceed with the syrup as usual.

The Oil

Qatayif are traditionally fried. This is how you achieve the best results and ensure they are nicely crisp and golden, especially when making large batches. One of my least favorite parts however is how greasy fried qatayif can smell or taste. So my first remedy is to use a lighter tasting oil such as sunflower oil and grape-seed oil ( I usually mix the two). The other trick is to lay them onto a paper towel for about a minute to drain all access oil before dropping into the syrup. This way, I also know the dough is absorbing the syrup better.

If I am making a small batch for my family, I prefer to simply bake the qatayif in the oven, with a generous brushing of oil on both sides. Many people also swear by the air fryer. I guess that would be an ideal solution!

qatayif in oil

Rose and Pistachio Qatayif

These qatayif are crispy, yet fluffy at the same time, embrace a delectable mixture of pistachios with cinnamon and sugar, are fried or baked to a golden crisp, and then drizzled in a fragrant rose simple syrup that runs into every nook and cranny of this sweet pastry.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 15 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine egyptian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern
Servings 36 pieces


For the Dough

  • 230 g all purpose flour (about 2 cups)
  • 30 g fine semolina (about 1/2 cup)
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 c warm water
  • 1 tbsp instant yeast
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp olive oil

For the Filling

  • 1 c pistachio (shelled and unsalted)
  • 1/2 c coconut
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 c golden raisins (optional)

For the Syrup

  • 2 c sugar
  • 2 c water
  • 3 tbsp dried rose petals (in a tea filter) or 3 rose tea bags
  • 1/2 a fresh lemon, juiced (2 tbsp)


For the Dough

  • Whisk the yeast, warm water, and sugar together or blend on low in a blender. Let it sit while you combine dry ingredients.
  • Combine the flour, semolina, salt in a bowl.
  • Gradually add the dry mixture to the water and yeast mixture and blend on medium speed until well combined.
  • Add the oil last. Do not allow the batter to rest for more than 5 minutes. It will bubble and increase in volume.
  • Use a non-stick griddle or pan and set it on medium heat. Use a small spoon of olive and brush it all around the pan.
  • Use a ladle to scoop and drop a spoonful of batter onto the pan. Pour in one spot and the batter will expand into a circle. Be sure to watch the video for this part. You could even pour the batter right from the blender pitcher, but achieving the same size circles will require some precision in pouring.
  • Allow ONLY ONE side of the pancake to cook, watching for the bubbles to form on the top. As soon as the batter sets and is no longer liquid, remove the pancake and set it on a platter or tray. You want the pancakes to remain soft and sticky on the top so that you can fold them closed later, once filled. Cover the pancakes with a towel, and separate layers with parchment paper. You may set the pancakes aside for several hours before filling.

For the filling

  • Blitz the pistachos in a processor until they are medium-coarse.
    filling qatayif
  • Combine with all filling ingredients in a small bowl.

For the Syrup

  • Place the rose tea bags or dried rose petals in a filter in the water and simmer for 2 minutes. Remove the rose petals and discard.
  • Add the sugar and stir until dissolved. Once sugar is dissolved, squeeze half a lemon into the syrup and allow it to simmer for about 10 minutes, until thickened.
    lemon in syrup
  • Remove from heat and set aside in a bowl until qatayif are crisped and ready to be dipped.


  • Take one pancake at a time, and fill the center on the sticky and bubbly side that was not browned with a teaspoon of filling. Leave the entire circumference of the pancake clear, so that it can stick together when folded and pressed.
  • Repeat the filling for all pancakes and set them aside, covered with a towel, until ready to fry or bake. If you wish, you could freeze them at this stage and save for frying later.
  • To fry, heat enough oil in a small pot on high heat. Make sure the oil has become very hot by dropping a crumb of dough and observing that it sizzles immediately. Place 3-4 qatayif into the pot and allow them to turn a dark golden color before turning over to the other side. You don't want to let it become too dark, but you also do not want to remove it prematurely when it is only yellow, as this will become too soft and soggy later.
  • To bake, pre-heat the oven to 450 degrees (F). Dip each qatayif into a shallow bowl of oil, or brush each side generously with a pastry brush. Lay them onto a large sheet pan lined with parchement paper. Bake on the top rack of the oven for 12-15 minutes until golden.
  • Once it is a reddish golden color on both sides, remove it and set it on a paper towel lined plate to drain for a minute, before moving it to the bowl of syrup. It is important to set the qatayif into the syrup while it is still hot so that the dough absorbs the sweet syrup. Remove with a slotted spoon and arrange onto a platter.
    qatayif in oil
  • Garnish with crushed pistachios and dried rose petals. Best enjoyed while hot and crispy!


Unfried or unbaked qatayif can be stored in airtight storage bags in the freezer so that you can simply enjoy them later. Just fry and serve when needed!
Keyword pistachio, Qatayif, ramadan, rose
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Chicken Pane (Egyptian breaded chicken)

Chicken Pane (Egyptian breaded chicken)

chicken pane with onions

This dish is easily a favorite for all in our family, a comfort food that triggers nostalgia, and a delicious and easy recipe to include in every kitchen! The chicken is juicy and tender, with a crunchy and flavorful outer crust. 

Chicken pane is classic Egyptian recipe of breaded, fried chicken. The flavors are somehow juicier and zestier than what I have tried in the classic American fried chicken counterparts, although both are equally delicious in their own regard. This chicken is softer crunch, with a more flavorful bite. I also use this recipe on smaller strips of chicken tenderloins to make chicken strips or chicken nuggets for the kids, and this is a favorite for all! The name chicken pane, comes from the French word meaning bread crumbs. It turns out when Napolean came to Egypt, the French occupation left some flavorful influences. It is not uncommon to find French influence on Egyptian cuisine, language, and music. Because I love all things Parisian, I don’t mind throwing in this tidbit about my parents’ beautiful home country. 

chicken pane plated egg wash and salt

To make this dish, you need boneless, skinless chicken breast cut into two pieces, and filleted in half (sometimes into thirds, if it is especially thick). It is essential to marinate the chicken in onions, garlic, salt, and pepper overnight or for a couple of hours at the very least! This is what makes the chicken extra juicy and flavorful. 

marinate chicken onions

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breading chicken pane

The breads crumbs mixture is combined with some panko crumbs and a delicious combo of seasoning: salt, pepper, paprika, oregano, onion salt, and garlic powder. Sometimes I add minced parsley. 

The final step seems obvious: fry the chicken. However, I consider it mandatory to lay it on a plate lined with some paper towel as soon as you remove it from the pan. Maybe it’s the blot-the-oil-off-your-pizza high-schooler in me, but I find that this makes it lighter and tastier without the greasiness. But again, you could certainly bake this in the oven if you choose! Baking steers away from the traditional recipe and flavor, but it still works. I promise. Just brush the baking pan with some oil and turn the chicken over mid-way. This ensures a crispy golden crust. 

fried chicken pane chicken pane with salad

Chicken Pane
Serves 6
This is a juicy and flavorful breaded chicken with a crunchy and delicious crust.
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
5 hr
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
5 hr
  1. 3 lbs of chicken breast, filleted and cut in half
  2. 1.5 cups of bread crumbs
  3. 1.5 cups panko crumbs
  4. 4 eggs
  5. 1 tbsp water
  6. 1 large onion, sliced or blended
  7. 4 garlic cloves minced
  8. 2 tbsp salt
  9. 1 tsp pepper
  10. 1/2 tsp paprika
  11. 1/2 tsp oregano
  12. 1 tsp onion salt
  13. 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  14. 1/4 cup sunflower or grape seed oil (or any oil for frying)
  15. 1/2 cup flour
  1. Cover the chicken breasts with the onion and minced garlic, 1 tbsp of salt, and 1 tsp of pepper and marinate over night.
  2. Crack the eggs in a bowl and whip with the water.
  3. In a separate bowl combine the breadcrumbs, panko crumbs, and remaining salt, pepper, and spices.
  4. Pour the flour in a third bowl.
  5. Add the oil to a pan and turn to medium-high heat. The oil does not need to fully cover the chicken, as you will be pan frying it on each side.
  6. Remove the pieces of chicken breast from the marination mixture one at a time and dip it into each bowl you have prepared. So first dust with the flour (shake off any excess flour), then dip into the egg wash so that it is coated on both sides, then dip into the bowl of breadcrumbs to coat completely. Shake off the excess and place it in the pan.
  7. Cook the chicken on one side in the pan until golden, and then flip it. This takes about 2-3 minutes per side. Repeat for each piece of chicken, and add more oil if necessary.
  8. Remove the chicken after it is golden and place onto a plate lined with paper towel.
  9. Serve garnished with red onions, parsley, or other vegetables you prefer.
  1. You may bake the chicken in the oven at 375 degree F. Simply place the chicken on a pan brushed with oil and flip half way through the cook time. Cook 15-20 minutes, depending on the thickness and size of the chicken.
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