Time for the next guest post!!! Are you expecting it to be a food blogger again? Well, I guess I have to tell you that I am not featuring a food blogger today! All the guest posts that have been done till now were from bloggers and I wanted to include a non-blogger for this series, a foodie who is serious about his/ her food! I did put a post up on my FB page
, which unfortunately did not get any response! :( This was when I decided to ask somebody if she would be interested. I would like to introduce you to Ms. Faheema Abdul Kader, who was my junior in school as well!
Faheema has actively participated in a couple of my events and you can find her entries here
. She is somebody who does not miss to like my posts and give her feedback by messaging me. I am glad to see somebody in my personal circles who follows me quite earnestly. In order to show my thankfulness to her, I decided to invite her to do a post for me. She was surprised, but happy as well. Once thing which worried her was that she doesn't write as well as me. Well, I don't consider myself as a good writer though... whatever you see on the blog is just a very raw way of putting out my feelings, my expressions, my emotions... nothing else! You will not find any hard-to-understand jargon, because I don't know to write like that! I just told her to be herself and put me a post in "Faheema-style".
Let me pass this post on to her, and she brings along some awesome looking brownies... yum yum...
Thank u Rafee itha,
the blogger of " The Big Sweet Tooth", for giving the non-blogger the
opportunity to post their recipes. When she sent me the invitation
through email, I gladly accept the offer. I love reading her blog and also her
recipe is simple to make. What surprised me most is, though she is a working
mum and mum of 2 kids,yet she manage the time to do blogging. She is a
'Supermom' indeed :) :)...Insha Allah, I'll start a blog in future :)
A short introduction
about me: I am Faheema Abdulkader, a keralite residing in Dubai, UAE with my
husband and 2.45 yr old son. I learn cooking after marriage. My hubby supports
me when I cook,also he gives opinion about the food how it tastes,whether good
or bad. This gives me the opportunity to improve the food I cook.In my opinion,
cooking is seasoned with right ingredients and of course LOVE,which is most
important :) . If you are not successful the food you make,don't
disappoint, try again,next time it will be better. I strongly believe the
proverb "Try Try until you succeed". So,this apply to cooking, ' The
perfection of cooking lies by doing not by talk :)
Okay...Lets go the
recipe..I am going to share the brownie with a twist, Peanut butter- Nutella
Brownie. Brownies are easy to make,even beginners can do it. I believe all the
ingredients mentioned here are easy available at home. Try this brownie, its
easy to make. I am sure your kids and even adult will like this . Do try it !!!
Peanut butter –
Nutella swirl brownies
flour - ¾ cup
Eggs –2 ( room
Butter – 5 tbsp ( room
Peanut butter (
crunchy) – ½ cup
Preheat oven to 180
degree C. Grease the rectangle or square baking pan with butter and
flour, tap the excess flour. In a bowl, cream together butter and sugar
with a whisk or wooden spoon. Add egg one at a time and beat well. Add
vanilla essence, baking powder and salt and beat well. Then add flour and fold
it slowly in clock-wise direction. Finally add peanut butter and fold gently.
For making nutella
Microwave butter in a
oven proof dish for 10 sec. Add nutella and stir. Microwave again for 10
sec and stir.
Pour the peanut butter
batter in a greased pan and gently spread evenly. On top of it,add nutella
sauce and make the swirl gently with a knife. Bake for 25 to 30 mins depending
on the oven. Insert a knife in the centre,if it comes out clean its done.
Otherwise bake for few mins. When it cools , cut it into square shape.
Enjoy it with a cup of tea or coffee.
Thank you so much Faheema for being a sport and doing this lovely post for me. I hope that this will be an encouragement for other readers of mine, who would want to share their little recipe on his humble space of mine! All you need to do is drop me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take it up from there! Sounds fine? :)
Hope you all enjoyed this yummy post. Have a good day, friends... :)
Labels: Cakes and Muffins, Chocolate, Guest post