My Favourite Recipe



Hey there, lovely readers! Today, I’m ready for one of my favourite topics – “My Favourite Recipe.”

I may not be a culinary expert, but you should know that I’ve got a treasure trove of delicious recipes that could make anyone’s taste buds dance with joy. If you haven’t already stumbled upon my culinary escapades in my latest book (check it out here: Quarantine Recipes, you’re in for a treat. But let me tell you, among all the culinary wonders I’ve conjured up, there’s one that holds a special place in my heart – and my teacup.

Now, I might as well confess that I’m a teaaholic, through and through. There’s something about the soothing embrace of a steaming cup of tea that can turn even the grayest of days into a golden afternoon. And darling, making tea is an art, a moment of sheer bliss that I consider almost therapeutic.

Imagine, if you will, the tantalizing aroma of tea leaves swirling in hot water, mingling and mingling until they create a symphony of flavors. It’s a ritual, a dance of senses, and I’m the conductor, orchestrating each delicate step with care.

From the gentle rustle of tea leaves as they tumble into the pot to the serene pour of water that envelops them, every step is a meditation. And oh, the anticipation as the tea steeps, infusing the water with its essence, transforming it into liquid gold.

But my dear friends, it’s not just about the tea itself; it’s about the whole experience. The clink of porcelain, the delicate stir of a spoon, and that moment when you take that first sip – it’s as if time slows down, allowing you to savor each nuanced note.

So, while I could regale you with tales of elaborate feasts and mouthwatering desserts from my collection, my heart forever belongs to that humble cup of tea. It’s my constant companion, my confidante, and my ultimate culinary indulgence. And if you ever find yourself in need of a little pick-me-up, just remember, a perfectly brewed cup of tea might just be the magic elixir you’ve been seeking. Cheers, darlings! 🍵✨


Assalam Alaikum and Allah Hafiz!

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