Spicy Chicken Party Blogging Party


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If you love good food and are okay with non-veg then you won’t be able to resist these Kababs from India. I am sharing this recipe from a blogger friend Vrishty Mukhi from India who had sent me a few more to share them on my blog.

In this recipe Vristy has first marinated boneless chicken with onion and capsicum in curd, before roasting it to give it a succulent flavor.

I hope you enjoy your weekend with this recipe of Chicken Tikka.


1/4 kg Boneless chicken
125 gms curd or yoghurt
1 tblsp. Ginger Garlic Paste
1 tsp. Red chilli powder
1/2  tsp. Turmeric powder
Thick cuts of onion and capsicum
Salt for taste



Take a bowl add curd,Turmeric powder and red chilli powder 😋👌pinch of salt ginger garlic paste…..and mix it…

Now take the boneless chicken ,the onion and the capsicum mix it with the curd marinate it…..

When you are ready to grill them into the oven..first heat the oven at 240⁰C for 15 to 20 minutes…next rinse the skewers and put them on alternative chicken onion and capsicum…..

Grill the kabab for 15 to 20 minutes and flip them grill them another 15 minutes..at last five minutes polish the kabab with butter…after they turn red due to chilli powder……we are done with it now you can serve it with sauce 😋👌😀👍🙌😉…….

If you have liked the recipe you can follow Vrishy here: https://cuisine6.home.blog

Even you can send me your recipes or articles and I will be glad to share them on my blog. And I am not charging anything for doing it. I am just doing as I believe is all about sharing each other posts and caring for each other.

Have a nice weekend.




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Eid ul Adha Blogging Party – Towards A Better Life

On Father’s Day I had shared a post about Prophet Abraham and his great sacrifice, titled ‘A man should love God above all things Prophet Abraham showed that.‘ In that post I had written how Abraham passed the test of God by taking his only son at the time, Prophet Ishmael, to sacrifice in the way of the Creator. But, the Merciful Lord replaced Prophet Ishmael with a ram and Abraham slaughtered it instead.

The Muslims commemorate that sacrifice of Prophet Abraham by sacrificing goats and other such animals, and not because of cruelty towards them. In fact, undue show of hatred towards people of other race and religion and cruelty towards animals is considered a sin in Islam. Even while sacrificing the animals we have been asked to feed the animal well and take care that it does not suffer much pain.

Finally, all I wanted to say is Happy Eid ul Adha which is popularly known as Bakri Eid in my beloved homeland, India. Hope, I would have been able to share the tasty Biryani and Korma that we make at home during this festival. However, the only thing that I have to send now are my prayers. Remember me and my family in your prayers.


Best Eid Al-Adha Wishes, Bakra Eid Mubarakbad Shayari


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Eid 2021 blogging party

Sheer Khurma served in clay pots in a silver tray India celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr or the “Festival of The Believers who Fast” on the auspicious day of May 14, Friday. The festival, which is celebrated by Muslims across the world, marks the end of the month of Ramadan during which people fast from dawn to sunset and worship the One Almighty God as much as they can. In India we share sweet dishes, called Sheer Khurma and Sevai, with our neighbors and friends, including non-Muslims, during the festival. While Sevai is plain vermicelli cooked in milk, Sheer Khurma is a bowl full of milk in which nuts and dry fruits have been cooked along with broken vermicelli. Today, being the third and last day of the festival, I am inviting you to this blogging party where I am sharing the treats through images. I hope you like it. While looking for a pic of Sheer Khurma to share with you, I stumbled upon a recipe of the delicacy from a Hindu girl. In the post, the girl has shared her love for the treat which she used to receive from her Muslim friend’s family. I am sharing the same with you all as we have all been created by the same Beneficent God. You will find the recipe here: https://www.cookwithmanali.com/sheer-khurma/

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Ramzan blogging party

Ramzan Mubarak to all, irrespective of religion. I love you all as my own.

The month of fasting once again brings us closer to the Almighty God and each other through caring and sharing. God revealed a part of the Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) for the first time in the month of Ramzan and so Muslims all over the world celebrate the anniversary of that event in this month. Besides the many health benefits it carries, the fasting makes us feel the pain of those who don’t even have food to eat. We also pay the Zakat (compulsory poor due) in the month of Ramzan to help the less privileged fulfill the basic needs of life.

The fasting

We all know that fasting is best cleanser for our systems. But, besides the many health benefits it carries, the fasting makes us feel the pain of those who don’t even have food to eat. A day of fasting can have a positive effect on our body, mind, and spirit. Just think how much benefit a month of fasting would bring. What has amazed me over the years is that there are non-Muslims who give value to the fasting part of this Holy month and fast for at least a day or two. Muslims also get together with their friends from other religions and host an Iftar party where we forget all differences and break our fasts. May God bless us all with Peace and good understanding.

Five times a day prayers

Even Muslims who find it hard to say their five times a day compulsory prayer offer those prayers in this month to achieve closeness with God because these prayers are a pre-requisite to the acceptance of our fasts. Moreover, God promises to increase the reward of every good deed we do in the month of Ramazan as compared to that if it was done in some other month.

One of the most important part of the Muslim prayers is the Surah Fateha which starts with the words Alhamdolillahe Rabbil alamin (Praise be to Allah the Lord of the worlds). It is noteworthy that we say Lord of the worlds and not just Muslims, as we all have been created by the same God who belongs to all of us, irrespective of race and religion.


As a pillar of Islam, zakat is a form of obligatory charity that has the potential to ease the suffering of millions. With the literal meaning of the word being ‘to cleanse,’ Muslims believe that paying zakat purifies, increases and blesses the remainder of their wealth.

Let us take care of each other, especially the poor, and also pray for each other’s welfare. May Allah take better care of you and your family. May He also gives us a permanent solution to the Covid-19 pandemic.

I wish I could host an Iftar party for you all, but think of this blog party as the same where instead of food I invite you to share your comments.

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Jan 26-Blogging Party

Today being 26 January, the Republic Day of India, I am inviting the world for a blogging party. All those who read this are welcome along with their blogs.

Read more about the party and have a fun filled day https://towardsabettterlife.wordpress.com/2021/01/26/blogging-party/

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