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Box Patties

Box. Patties

Enjoy a big crunch!

I feel sorry that i couldn’t write for two days, messed up schedule and i thought i would be sharing a great one for this week so i tried this lovely snack, was great fun to make and absolute wonder to eat, its crispness still devouring me with every bite full of my favorite potato filling with vegetables, cheese and shredded chicken. The list can go on as much you like it but i loved making and enjoying it as this one. Check out!



-Thin crust rolling strips 10-12 ( it will yield 5 boxes as you will using two of them)

-Potatoes boiled and mashed 2 cups

-Chicken boiled & shredded 1/2 cup

-Carrots diced 1/4 cup

-Capsicum dices 1/4 cup

-Onion diced 1/4 cup

-Cabbage 1/4 cup thinly shredded

-Mozzarella Cheese shredded 1/4 cup

-Black pepper crushed 2 tbsp

-Chicken powder 1 tsp

-Chili flakes 1 tsp (optional)

-Salt to taste

-Oil 2 tbsp

For sticking paste:

-1 tbsp of flour

-1/2 tsp of water


Mix together the flour and water to make a thick sticky paste. Adjust the consistency.

Saute vegetables for a minute or two and all ingredients together with seasoning to make a filling. Adjust according to your taste.Remove from flame and mix in cheese well together.

Place two strips together like a plus sign and put a little filling in between. But don’t forget to apply the sticking paste in between of the first strip before placing the other one over it. It will allow it to stick firmly together and won’t break up when deep frying or baking.

Step 1

Cover all sides on by one and apply the paste on each side when wrapping it up.

Step 2


At this stage, you can keep them in freezer in a plastic sheet for 2-3 days prior cooking.
Deep fry till golden brown or bake them to desired color. I baked them in 180 degrees C preheated oven for about 10 minutes.


Kitchen Tip:

To preserve green peas, keep them in a polythene bag in the freezer.

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Filled Saucers


Filled Saucers

Bite Surprise!

We are having our Ramadan Festive, and it brings not only health, happiness and blessings but loads of flavors and great appetites to savor and enjoy this holy month with prayers and bounties of Allah. We celebrate this month with all the zeal and passion and prepare our iftar ( time to break the fast ) with delcious devouring recipes that we share with all family and enjoy the feat time. I will be sharing may recipes from today as the time has just started and i am sure you are going to like each and every bit of it.

These filled saucers, as i called them are like filled breads made specifically with minced meat with mushrooms and cheese. You can always make varieties out of them by filling of your choice. But these are super delicious that you won’t allow yourself  to alter 🙂


For Dough:

-2 cups flour

-20 gms yeast

-bread improve 1 tsp

-salt 1 tsp

-sugar 1/2 tsp

-warm milk to knead

For filling:

-Minced meat ( chicken preferably ) 250 gms

-Cheddar cheese 1 cup

-Mushrooms chopped 1/2 cup

-Onions diced 1/2 cup

-Black pepper 2 tsp

-Salt to taste

-Oil 2 tbsp

-Egg 1


Preheat oven at 200 degrees Celsius.

Make the bread by kneading all ingredients together and leave to rise. When ferment, roll out the dough flat and cut round shapes to make discs.

Saute onion to transparent in oil, add mince and fry well. When the mince is done, add seasonings and mix well. Combine with cheese and mushrooms.

Place little filling on the little round shapes and cover with another round cut-out and seal with whisked egg.

Apply egg wash on each saucer.

Bake for about 10-20 minutes till nice golden brown.

And they are ready 🙂


Health Fact:

Mushrooms can be an ideal low energy diet for diabetics. They have no fats, no cholesterol, very low carbohydrates, high proteins, vitamins and minerals, a lot of water and fiber.

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BBQ Chicken Pizza

My favorite fast food of all time and i am sure most of your’s too 🙂 i like  almost all the flavors a pizza can have i just devour its light crisp based bread or a soft one too with lots of vegetables, meat and some extra cheese is a must! In this recipe you will find a BBQ flavor which is another favorite of mine so i combined the two best things together to make it divine 🙂 check it out..

Ingredients for pizza bread dough:

-Flour 2 cups

-Instant dry yeast 11 gms

-Sugar 1 tsp

-Salt 1 tsp

-Olive oil 4-5 tbsps

-Egg 1

-Oregano 1 tsp

Garlic juice/ paste 1 tsp


Knead the dough by adding all the ingredients together and leave to ferment for 1 hour. When double in size, punch it down twice or thrice and make a flat bread. Bake in a preheated oven (200 degrees C) for about 10 minutes.

Ingredients for tomato sauce:

-Tomatoes 2 medium sized peeled and diced

-Olive oil 2 tbsps

-Red chilli powder 1 tsp

-black pepper 1 tsp

-Green chilli paste 1 tsp

-Oregano 1/2 tsp

-Chilli garlic sauce 2 tbsps

-Salt to taste


In a sauce pan, add olive oil and tomatoes. Cook until tomatoes are tender. Add rest of the seasonings and cook for a minute.

Ingredients for BBQ Chicken:

-Chicken boneless sliced 1 cup

-Red chilli powder 1 tsp

-Lemon juice 1 tsp

-Oil to fry

-Salt to taste


Fry chicken pieces in little oil with all the ingredients until chicken is cooked. Heat a coal on a burning stove until red hot. Place it in between the cooked chicken and drop a tsp of oil over it. Cover the pot so all its smoke stay in the chicken for a while. 

Ingredients for topping:

-Chedder cheese 1 cup

-Mozerella cheese 1 cup

-Capsicum diced or rings 6-7

-Onion diced or rings 6-7

-Oregano 1/4 tsp

-Chilli flakes 1/4 tsp


Make marks on the surface of the baked bread with a fork. Apply tomato sauce evenly on the bread then the bbq chicken filling and finally with the vegetables and cheese. Sprinkle oregano and chilli flakes on top before baking to give it an extra kick 😉

enjoy the yummylicious pizza ever!

Kitchen tip:

Cheese has a finite life. Born at the time of production, a cheese matures to its prime ripeness when its flavor is perfect for eating. Once past its prime, cheese dies. Proper storage and handling can prolong a cheese’s life.