About me

I am Fatima Ali, mother of two amazingly energetic toddlers ( Mohib and Zoyaa) and a foodie. My favorite thing in life is my birthday. Yes, my birthday!!! The countdown begins a month before and even three decades down the lane I cherish it as the most important day for me ❤I love making flower... Continue Reading →

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Roasted Mutton Ribs

The most challenging thing in life of an expat is celebrating festive occasions, like Eid, away from family and friends. Most Muslims have to work on the day of Eidas well and students have to take classes. It is just another day for the people around you therefore creating an atmosphere of Eidis important. This is mostly done... Continue Reading →

Kuna Gosht

It’s time to enjoy the festive celebrations of Eid with the exotic biryanis and kebabs, fresh meat and chicken curries. Eid is a time of the year which brings families and friends together, leaving all grievances behind to celebrate the day of blessings with happiness. My favorite dish for any festivity or celebration is undoubtedly Kuna Ghost.  ... Continue Reading →

Borani Banjan

Borani Banjan is an Afghani Eggplant dish – extremely versatile dish and perfect for summers. The combination of rustic eggplants with tomatoes is like a match made in heaven and garlic- flavored yogurt topping is like a cherry on top.  Eggplant is one of those versatile vegetables which is readily available around the world.  When... Continue Reading →

Red Velvet Cake

The very first blog I wrote four years ago for Chefling tales was a delicious red velvet cake. Back then it was my youngest sisters’ birthday and today is my daughter’s birthday. My experience in the last four years has been profound. I have learnt to step out of my comfort zone which has improved my skillset,... Continue Reading →

Corn Fritters

Meeting fellow bloggers on Instagram is helping us all grow into a very closely knit community where every one has something to give back with a more open and candid perspective about anything and everything.Corn fritters are a perfect snack that I made in my live cooking session - Midnight Breakfast Talkies. This week's guest... Continue Reading →

Fluffy Pancakes – Weekend Treat

Do you like having something different for breakfast or are you a bread (or paratha) and eggs person? I can see many nods and some silent smiles not in the favor of something different. After all, no one like to skip on anda paratha. Breakfast is a really important meal for me. An absolutely necessary morning cup... Continue Reading →

Toddlers and eating habits

“Toddlers friendly Food” was an interesting collaboration initiated by Batool in which 5 other bloggers and I participated. At conclusion we had 5 unique recipes to help and guide moms out there who are struggling to figure out what to cook for their toddlers. From gooey grilled cheese sandwich by Qashang to the delicious banana biscuits by... Continue Reading →

Midnight Breakfast Talkies

Join me at @potsncurries on Instagram for a live cooking collaboration with our amazing fellow bloggers. We always want to know more about the people who inspire us and motivates us. Often times these people become our role models. For me Instagram is one of those places where there is a concentration of inspiring individuals... Continue Reading →

Chicken Manchurian

Sizzling sound of the hot plate that is used to serve Manchurian never ever fails to create an atmosphere of excitement and joy. I recall, we would wait eagerly while at a restaurant for manchurian to be served, just for the sizzling sound and how steamy it was. My childhood’s ultimate favorite dish Manchurian served... Continue Reading →

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