I love camels milk it taste creamy and fresh just like a glass of whole milk yet with a slight salty aftertaste. It has been used medicinally for centuries by nomadic people, is the closest to human mother’s milk and contains 10 times more iron and three times more vitamin C than cow’s milk. As Muslims we have always known about the benefits of drinking Camels milk and eating dates.
This recipe is one of my most prized possessions and has been one of those secret recipes for years that I could not bear to share with the world. I get tons of emails from my readers all asking the same thing “tell us more about rice”. You all want to know how to cook rice and more recipes including it and well I love you all so I have to help out I mean that’s the entire point of Ya Salam Cooking. So throughout the next few weeks I will be sharing with you tons of my rice… Continue reading
This recipe is pretty much the standard recipe served throughout Gulf homes for dinner. The light flavors of popular Arabic spices mixed with a bit of tomato make for a perfect fragrant rice. During Ramadan rice is often ate for suhoor. I have found that most Muslims in the West tend to eat breakfast foods at that time while Muslims in the Middle East rely on foods that one eat for dinner such as rice, soups and samboosas to make sure everyone is full for the entire day.
1 tablespoon sunflower oil
1 white onion, diced
3/4 tablespoon… Continue reading