Bulletin: Specials Launched At Fairy Dust Delights!

السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَ بَرَكَاتُهُ

Hi everyone!

Just sending out a bulletin to let everyone know that Fairy Dust Delights is launching a weekly menu of delicious as well as deliciously healthy baked goodies!

Every Sunday a post will be put up with the specials for that week.

Cakes will be made on order though, so be sure to place your orders early.
For everyday cakes: 2 days notice
For special occasion cakes: minimum 2 weeks notice.
For any special figurines: 6 -8 weeks notice.

Cupcakes
Mini cakes
Novelty cakes
Customised cakes
Shortbread cookies
And much more available.

Remember, all decorations are edible and handmade.
So come on people, start ordering and treat your taste buds to some amazing goodies!

Also, please note: All baking is only Halaal!
Eggless baking available on request.

Special treat for people on diets: low fat options available for muffins (minimum order 6) and cakes, and a few desserts.
Orders to be placed 1 week in advance.

For those who have ordered and loved the baking, please feel free to post your comments! Feedback is always great!

Have an awesome day further!

Please note: the blog site is www.fairydustdelights.com.
Please find contact details on the blog site.

My Latest Food Challenge: Homemade Roghni Naan

Its been a while since I’ve posted a homemade recipe and today, since my mom didn’t want roti, she asked me to buy Roghni Naan.

But being rather inspired in the weirdest of moments, I decided I’d rather make the Roghni Naan instead.

So here’s the recipe I used and pictures are attached.

Ingredients:

3 cups Flour
3 tsp Baking Powder
2 tsp Salt
250ml Sour Milk
Sesame Seeds
60ml Butter (Garlic Butter works great)
60ml Oil
Chopped Parsley

Method:

Melt the butter and oil together, add the parsley. Set aside as this will be used for basting the naan.

Now sift the flour, baking powder and salt together.
Add enough sour milk to make a soft dough, now knead it a bit and then divide into about 6 portions.

Roll out and then place on a hot tawa or non-rippled griddle. After the bubbles in the dough come up and its nicely freckled turn over and baste with the oil/butter mixture. Fry for a minute on each oiled side and then place in a plate and cover.
Fry each of the others the same way.

Here’s to you enjoying the Roghni Naan.

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