Top 5 Flour & Spice Recipes from 2017

Happy New Year everyone! I know I am a week or so late, but the kids are back in school today making it the actual start of my new year! Moms, you know what I mean. 

Can I just say I really like even numbers and am glad we have moved over to 2018. Also for some strange reason I concluded that 4 and 8 are my lucky numbers when I was a kid and I see no reason to change my mind. Am rational like that you see. My impeccable logic leads me to believe that 2018 will be a fabulous year. 

The end of 2017 passed in a blur, a viral got the best of me for a few weeks, but I recovered just in time to make it to Chicago for my cousins Nikah. A Nikah is the Muslim marriage ceremony and it was absolutely wonderful to spend a few days spending time with family members I definitely don’t see enough of. This is part one of the festivities and I am looking forward to part deux which is scheduled for April. Thank god because this mama needs to eat less cookies before she gets back into her sari blouses! 

Speaking of getting back into blouses (lol) have you made any New Years Resolutions? If so (and even if you haven’t) hop on over to The South Asian Buzz where yours truly is the Food & Family Editor to read my piece on Why Your New Year Resolutions Won’t Work. Spoiler alert: it tells you how to make them work too!

Looking back to 2017 I was shocked to discover that for the first time since I started blogging the Top 5 Posts visited by you guys did not include a Biryani recipe. What, I ask, is the world coming to? I am happy to see some of our other favourites up there and without further ado here go my most visited posts of 2017 ranked by views in ascending order, i.e. from 5th place to 1st place. 

Top 5 Flour & Spice Recipes from 2017

5. Aaloo Gosht – a Pakistani Beef and Potato Stew

 

4. A Kid Friendly Chicken Pulao

 

3. Chicken Karahi Qeema

 

2. Spinach & Artichoke Puff Pastry Braid

 

1. 5-Ingredient Nutella Brownies!!

Here is wishing you all a happy and delicious 2018! I also want to thank all of you who take the time to comment on a recipe or email me with questions or for advice. Am humbled to be part of your world and cannot adequately describe the joy you bring to mine. Keep the messages and advice coming! I am also always happy to hear recipe requests and suggestions!

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3 Comments

  1. Happy New Year Sarah to you and your family! 2018 will be a big year for sure – I can feel it! 🙂
    PS – I made those nutella brownies in 2017 and they were Amazing! And they got rid of the nutella jar that was haunting me day and night super fast 😂

  2. Love your recipes! I resolve to do more baking in 2018. I love to bake special treats. My family like biscotti, and I think there is a kind of Indian/Pakistani rusk similar to biscotti. Looking for a simple recipe, can you help?

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