Let’s make September a month to remember with 4 easy recipes


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With fresh energy and aspirations, September is a beautiful month. It is a season of change and a gentle reminder to show us how change can be beautiful. With cooler daylights, and abundant sunshine, this fall season is perfect to try out my new recipes.

Here are 4 easy and quick recipes to try out as you enjoy cooler evenings perfect for bonfires.

Let’s make it a September to remember.

Banana bread:

Banana bread is classic comfort food that is warm, and moist, and fills the house with an irresistible smell. This super soft and fluffy bread has the best mix of vanilla, banana, and cinnamon flavors that will make you instantly fall in love with this recipe. You can eat banana bread for breakfast, as a snack, or pack it to go for lunch. 

Easy Banana Bread Recipe

Butter and Ghee – Make it at home

Growing up in Jordan, there is a particular food or kitchen pantry essential that simply can’t be replaced anywhere in the world. The ingredient is samna baladi, which translates to pure butter or ghee. Traditionally both butter and ghee are made with sheep’s milk- however, in my recipe, I have used heavy cream with Hewaja. Such a tasty yet simple recipe that you must try at home.

How to Make Butter and Ghee?

Braised assorted vegetables in the oven:

This dish is a meal by itself. It is a delicious assortment of vegetables braised in a sauce made with sweet peppers and tomato paste, and a spice mix until they are tender. This dish is called “khaddar”, which means vegetables in Arabic. It’s a popular vegan meal in the Middle East. The key to making this dish is to use fresh, seasonal vegetables. I like to use eggplant, zucchini, potatoes, and tomatoes, but you can use any combination of your choice. 

Braised Assorted Vegetables in the Oven

Oven roasted whole cauliflower:

This simple, healthy, low-carb, and Keto friendly dish is perfect for any diet. Oven-roasted whole cauliflower has become super popular all over social media! I was so excited to try this method of cooking cauliflower since it is one of my favorite vegetables. I cook cauliflower at least once a week, primarily roasted in the oven. My roasted cauliflower with tomatoes and pine nuts recipe is one of my favorites! 

Oven Roasted Whole Cauliflower

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