Easy To Make Flatbread

  • October 17, 2019

Almost all the people that I know are great fans of Pita Bread and they use it for a lot of purposes from making a sandwich to just dipping it in hummus. You can cut them into long pieces and give them to your little kid to try and learn how to chew. Similar to the south Asian bread naan, it can also be a great carrier for different flavors. Flatbreads can also be kept frozen and toasted when convenient.

The best thing about the flatbreads is that their four ingredients are simple and easily available, and the process of making them is really easy. If you didn’t burn them, there is nothing else that can mess up there taste if you’re making them for the first time.

Main Ingredients
-Almost 350 grams self-raising flour
-A very little amount of sea salt
-1 tablespoon baking powder
-350 grams Glenisk Natural Yoghurt

How to make them
Taking a bowl and add the flour, baking powder, sea salt and Glenisk natural yogurt in it and mix them with a spoon. Make sure that all of these ingredients are finely mixed together. Afterwards, spray a little flour on the work surface and start rolling the dough. You are supposed to knead the dough afterwards for about one to two minutes approximately. Make sure that you don’t overdo it because it’s requires less kneading as compared to the traditional bread dough. After that put the dough in a bowl and make sure that you spray a little bit of flour in the bowl so the dough might not stick to it. Cover the bowl and leave it for approximately 30 minutes.

Taking a rolling pin and dust it with flour. Take the dough from the bowl and divide it into six equal-sized pieces. They would come out to be the size of a ping pong ball. Afterwards, flatten the dough on the work surface after dusting the work surface with flour. Use your hands to flatten it and then roll them into 12 cm round circles using the rolling pin. These dough circles should be approximately 2-3mm thick. Cut six straight lines meeting in the center of each dough.

Heat up the griddle pan and start cooking all round circles for 1 to 2 minutes for both sides. When the rounds start puffing up, it is the sign that your delicious flatbread is ready. You can always add different flavors according to your taste. Add in some butter and chocolate maybe and your taste buds will be delighted. You can add the flavor ingredients into the mix before rolling and cooking it. Try not to add more wet ingredients. If you have any flavors in mind or the ones you have tried, do share with us all.

How To Make Some Tasty Top Hats

  • August 11, 2019

When one of your kid’s birthday is coming up, there is always a lot of hustle going around in the house, preparation, invitation, and decoration. All of these things, especially planning, usually start approximately one month before the day so you can make it as special as you can so they could cherish these memories for the rest of their lives. Besides getting a present, cooking and decoration at or at least one day before the date is not the only thing that makes these parties successful. There is always a lot more going on, even on a 1 year olds’ birthday party. I’m not saying that these activities are difficult or exhausting. They can be a lot of fun if you do them right.

Such events remind you of your own childhood’s wonderful and amazing memories. One thing that used to be a must-have for the birthday parties back in our days was Top Hats. Birthday parties were considered incomplete without them. Unfortunately, these days’ parents prefer buying them from a store unlike the old days when they used to be made at home with love. For my kids last birthday, I introduced him and his friends to this beautiful birthday treat. I thought, I should share my recipe with you guys so you can do the same on your kids’ birthdays.

Main Ingredients
– High-quality Milk Chocolate
– Marshmallows
– Smarties
– Jellytots
– Muffin cases

How to make them
First take a saucepan, add in some water and heat it. Afterwards, take a bowl, power in the milk chocolate and place the bowl in the saucepan with the water to gently heat and melt the chocolate. Take the muffin cases and pour a little amount of melted chocolate in them for about 5mm. After that, add one marshmallow in each one of the muffin cases with melted chocolate.

Now put a small button-like dabs of chocolate on the marshmallows in the muffin cases and put a smartie or Jellytot on it. You can use different colors of smarties and jellytots for different colored marshmallows. Afterwards, put all the muffin cases in the fridge and let the chocolate settle.

Serve them nice and cold right out of the fridge after peeling the muffin cases off and watch your kids worship them.

1 Chicken: 4 Meals

  • March 29, 2018

I like eating chicken. I can eat it 3 times a day 7 days a week. But I don’t because eating this much chicken is one-unhealthy and two-expensive. Even though I wouldn’t eat chicken for every meal, I certainly was looking for ways by which I can eat a hell of a lot more of chicken without getting the cost high (it’s the starting of the article and I have already used the word chicken 4 times…I love Chicken, LOL). As you all well know I am a huge fan of coupons, saving money and UK free stuff sites, and chicken is so expensive now, spreading it across 4 meals is a great saving tips.

So as I said I was trying to find ways by which I can make the most of the chicken I buy and I was able to stretch it out to 4 meals. That is 4 meals per chicken.

First, when you buy a chicken buy it whole it is cheaper this way instead of when you buy just the breast fillets or legs or thighs. I buy from ABC chickens because in my experience their chickens taste better from others, they are relatively bigger in size and they are relatively cheaper also.

Now here is how I made a single chicken last for 4 days. Even though you might find many other recipes on the internet, I found these ones the tastiest.

Before starting on our journey to 4 meals from one chicken we need to prepare the chicken so that our next steps become much easier. Alright here we go; firstly, we need to keep our meat moist so it will be easier to strip off from the bones to do that cook your chicken in a large crock pot or in a slow cooker.

Once all the meat has been removed divide it into 4 piles in proportions needed for the recipes mentioned below. Store the remaining juices in the pan because you are going to need it in two of the recipes mentioned below. I am going to call it “Chicken Juice” in the rest of the article for easy reference.

Chicken Curry

On the first day I made Chicken Curry. It is a delicious dish that the whole family can enjoy. It is quick and easy to make.


  • Pataks korma paste
  • Coconut milk—– 1 Tin
  • Peppers———– 2
  • Peas—————- Just a handful
  • Carrots———– 2
  • Chicken———-1 portion
  • Dollop of Double Cream—-optional
  • Rice————Basmati
  • Breads———-Optional


  1. Firstly, Stir fry your peppers, peas and carrots until tender, then add in chicken and korma paste
  2. Secondly, add coconut milk and cream, then transfer to a casserole dish and cook in oven gas mark 5 for about 45 mins.
  3. Third, follow instructions when cooking basmati rice. When done serve with the curry. If you have bread or naans serve them also.

Chicken Risotto

On the second day, use the 2nd portion of the chicken to make risotto. It is also easy and delicious.

  • Onion 1
  • garlic cloves 2
  • Chicken 1 portion
  • Chopped Peppers 2
  • White wine (not essential)
  • chopped mushrooms 100g
  • Arborio rice 225g
  • frozen peas a handful
  • the chicken juice pint and a half
  • Parmesan Cheese a large handful


  1. Pour some olive oil and fry onion and garlic.
  2. Add the mushrooms and the peppers and fry for a few more minutes. Also add some white wine (optional).
  3. Add the rice and the stored chicken juice from the pan. Gradually keep adding all of the rice and chicken juice until you have use all of it.
  4. Add the handful of frozen peas and cheese and mix.
  5. Serve in a nice dish.

Note: if the final risotto is too hard just add some water and a veggie stock cube until it is in the needed texture.

Chicken Broth with fresh bread

On the third day you can make chicken broth served with some fresh bread. It is a mix between stew and soup. It is very delicious none the less.

  • Chicken juice 1 portion
  • chicken 1 portion (the smallest)
  • soup mix 1 packet
  • Carrots 2
  • Leek 1
  • Onion 1
  • Swede 1


  1. Leave your soup mix in Chicken juice overnight. Next morning put it on boil.
  2. add the chopped carrots, onion, leek and swede in the mix.
  3. let it cook for about 2-3 hours, add water if you like thinner soup. Also add seasoning.
  4. serve with fresh breads and butter.

Chicken Fritatta

On the final day, we will be making Chicken Fritatta. Just as the previous recipes this one is also easy to make and delicious to eat.


  • potatoes 2-4
  • eggs 4
  • milk 1 tablespoon
  • onion 1
  • garlic 2 cloves
  • cheese grated
  • chicken 1 portion
  • Assorted filling mushrooms, peas, tomatoes, broccoli or whatever you have


  1. slice the potatoes after boiling them..
  2. put the garlic and onion in a pan and fry them until they are soft.
  3. add the sliced potatoes and any other fillings you have to the pan and keep frying.
  4. beat the eggs and add them with milk. Add this mixture to the frying pan. Keep cooking until the sides are set but the middle is soft.
  5. Place under a grill and sprinkle some cheese on top. Cook until the top is brown in color.

Please let me know if you tried out this method, and how it worked for you?