LMB Ramadan Diary – 23rd Roza

Prayer for the Day:
“Ya Allah, mujhay sirat-e-mustaqeem par istaqamat sai chalnay ke toufeeq ata farma.” Ameen

Today’s To-do:
Give money (Eidee) for Eid preparations to the poor today.

Thought for the Day:
A life without motto is no life. So, if you think you lead a pointless life, try to pick someone as your guide, who you consider the best person ever (pick with strong rationale and after much consideration, then get stuck). And let me tell you this, there is no better guide than Prophet Muhammad (SAW). A guide is must to help us patronize our lives, ….nai?

Recipe of the Day: Chicken potato rolls

Boiled potatoes (mashed): ½ kg
Boiled and shredded chicken: 2 cups
Soya sauce: ¼ cup
White vinegar: 3-4 tablespoons
Salt according to taste
Freshly ground black pepper according to taste
3 eggs (beaten)
White flour
Oil (for frying)

Mix well all the ingredients except breadcrumbs, eggs and white flour. Make rolls of about 3-4 inches, and carefully roll in white flour to even the surface, coat with egg and then breadcrumbs. Use a frying pan for frying on medium heat until you get golden brown color (avoid deep frying).

Ab garma garam rolls tayar hain, enjoy them with ketchup or green chutni and don’t forget to share with your neighbors :))

Have a nice day! :)

7 Comments so far

  1. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 4:20 am

    Isn’t it a difficult dua … I mean the wording, otherwise its very beautiful … it’s a difficult form of Ahdenas sirat ul mustaqeem … :-)

    I wonder if many people remember to recite this dua “Rabanag firlii wale waleddiyaa yauma yaqum ul hisaab” – i love it :>

    And pretty yummy rolls … I modify these a bit more and make potato slices instead … make the whole batter of potatoes, add breadcrumbs too, cut bread slices into halves, paste the batter on top of those slices, apply egg on top and if possible on the empty side of toast too and fry.

    They are the yummiest thing and I love ’em.

    In the batter, you can add chaat masala, dry coriander, onions sliced, green coriander, tomatoes sliced, and green chillies too, i do :>

    Happy Ramadhan . what’s left of it or all Muslim brethren!

  2. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 2:41 pm

    @A.4.p.a: Thanx for appreciation. It is not a difficult dua if you still remember meaning of “istaqamat”, and u know what, lots of things keep u distracting from your path…so its better to have more elaborated dua :) and telling allah that what frightens u :D
    Dua you mentioned, is a wonderful dua, gr8 one.

    @recipe: :D …well, the option to modify a recipe according to your mood and taste is always there. Its so creamy and smooth, salty basically. So if you wanna add “masala” in it, then nothing is better :)

    Happy Ramadan
    *Its about to end :(

  3. Faraz Khalid (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 3:22 pm

    the only recipe i know (without using any extended memory device :), is that of french toast. its a fairly easy 2 step process:

    1) go to France
    2) order toast

    Pretty Simple :))

  4. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 3:28 pm

    lolzzzz…….thats EXPENSIVE recipe. ..kion A.4p.apple ???

    so its Pretty Expensive :D

  5. Faraz Khalid (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 3:48 pm

    yeah, step 1 is pretty expensive, but step 2 is pretty simple… rite.

  6. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on October 7th, 2007 @ 3:53 pm

    So, one is pretty expensive, one is pretty simple, expensive cuts simple…baqi bacha pretty. Yeah, its a pretty recipe :D

  7. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 8th, 2007 @ 2:33 am

    lolz @ faraz

    why dont you buy the toasts from french bakery instead ;-)

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