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Savoury Pancakes

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 July 2013 15:53

Step 1 - Filling:

Ingredients:

1 bunch spinach finely chopped

1 tray mushroom diced

½  onion finely chopped

1 fresh cream

1 tsp cake flour

2 tbsp butter

Salt to taste

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Burritos

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 July 2013 20:54

Step 1 - Filling:

Ingredients:

1 kg chicken fillet cubed (not too small)

1 tsp chicken spice

1 tsp bbq spice

1 tsp lemon herb

1 tsp lemon pepper

1 tsp lemon garlic

Salt to taste

Pinch of black pepper

2 tsp chilli powder

¼  tsp turmeric powder

1 egg

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Cabbage Salad

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Last Updated on Saturday, 08 June 2013 11:40

Step 1: 

Finely slice 1 green cabbage and 1 red cabbage

Step 2:

Roast 2 packets of 2 minute noodles in oven at 100 degrees until crisp. 

Step 3 – Topping: 

Ingredients:

1 handful of sesame seed

1 handful of almonds

1 handful of pecans

Method:

Chop the above and braise in olive oil

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Answer Anger with Sweetness

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:27

If the husband becomes angry and abusive, never react in the same way. If both husband and wife end up exchanging harsh words, then this results in a very bitter end. When both vent their anger and become abusive, pride and stubbornness overcomes them. Neither of them is then prepared to accept their fault and ask for forgiveness. However if the wife replies to the husband’s anger with sweetness and kindness, then most definitely when he does cool down, he will realise his mistake and he will ask for forgiveness. Sweetness invites sweetness, whereas anger adds fuel to the fire of anger.

   

Step Children

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 May 2013 07:42

A person’s Imaan is tested in various ways in a marriage. Among the many tests is the situation where a couple who already have children from previous marriages are now married to each other. The test of Imaan is to now treat one’s own children as well as the children of one’s spouse with equality. The mother should never show love only to her own children and disregard the husband’s children from his first marriage, or spend freely on her own children and deprive the husband’s children, whereas they are more entitled to their father’s wealth. The demand of a true Muslim mother is that she displays kindness and fairness to all the children under her care. This could very well become the means of her entrance into Jannah.

   

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