Skip to main content

Garlic Bread


Alhamdulilah I am so excited, I really enjoy making bread it enhances my mornings. I have learned that making bread helps my iman...

I won't start making bread unless I have made my salat, because I feel as though it is a more blessed experience when I am spiritually caught up in prayers.. also it helps me get up early for prayer, bread making has been a real blessing mashaAllah, so it is much more than cooking, I am spiritually benefit from it mashaAllah :)





Garlic and Cheese Bread In Under an Hour: Ingredients
  • 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder
  •  1 cup. cheese
  • 2 tablespoons sugar.
  • 3 teaspoon garlic powder.
  •  ¾ cup milk
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 egg





  1. Mix together the flour, sugar, garlic powder and cheese in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Whisk together the vegetable oil with the milk and egg.
  3. Stir the wet mix into the dry ingredients.
  4. Pour the mix into a greased 1lb loaf pan.
  5. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 350°F for 50-60 minutes or until a sharp knife inserted near the middle comes out clean 
This is bred is so good inshaAllah the next time I will make it even cheesy inshaAllah and this is really good with spaghetti and for lunch on its own. This is another bread the family enjoyed mashaAllah

Comments

  1. InshAllah Sis I'm making this tonight with our spaghetti dinner! I will let you know how it turned out!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Can't wait to know the results!! inshaAllah

      Delete

Post a Comment

Let's keep it positive, what's on your mind?

Popular posts from this blog

The Passing Of A Prince

One month later...  If you would have told me, that I would be eventually blogging as a widow, I would have probably said that I couldn't imagine it!

Well here I am, writing as a widow. My husband (may Allah have mercy on him, and grant him jannah ameen ameen) passed away last month, December 20th, 2016, from complications from his condition.  My whole life changed and I am learning to heal and process this tremendous loss with our six children.

I met my husband in 2006 mashaAllah, and as I like to tell people, I started this adventure 10 yrs ago when I met a Prince from Kings County (Brooklyn NYC) married him, and became his princess alhamdulilah. When we first met, I felt like "wow this handsome guy, I cant believe he is even giving me the time of day." Lord knows I am thankful for all the time of our days, our road trips, and adventures.

I think of an old status message I shared on facebook
" I've dedicated ten years of my heart to this loveable adventurous g…

5 Ways To Love Your Husband MORE

I had to blow the dust off the blog tonight, as I only write when I am feeling inspired. SubhanAllah, tonight feels like a good night to share a few thoughts on the blog.
How can you, love your husband more?


1.) Speak words that will uplift his spirit. I remember when I would be feeling nervous, and anxious about some event, and my husband (may Allah have mercy on him, ameen) would say encouraging words, that made me feel like the most confident woman in the world. We have the ability to be that voice of encouragement in our mates lives. What mountains we cannot move, when our spouse speaks life into our being! Through out the day, speak to your mate in a way that will help them be better. 
2.) Put your love into action: Yes you can say "I love you" all day long, but adding to that by doing loving gestures, show and prove what we feel inside. Surprising our spouse by writing a love note, or sending a loving text, adds a little more joy to their days. In a world where there …

5 Ways To Love Yourself MORE

Yep, there I am, jumping on the trampoline in my sisters yard yesterday. As I told a friend, you can't help but smile on a trampoline. I couldn't jump and be angry, or feel sad at the same time. 
Alhamdulilah I felt like reaching for the sky, free, and alive. I haven't felt that way since my husband passed away last month (December 20th, 2016). Life has not been the same. Yesterday I decided to get some fresh air and I felt good. It was nice to step outside for a little bit.
My last post was written on loving your husband's more, which can also be applied to wives. Our time here isn't long, and in losing my husband, I am extra reminded to encourage wives to love their husbands more. That has always been part of my blog's goal, but God is telling me to remind women more, through my own experience.

But in loving your husbands more, do not forget yourself. You are important. Yes, some women need to be reminded that they are important. You have to take care of you…