Egyptian Cuisine

Egypt is the home of The Great Sphinx, The Valley of The Kings and The Al-Azhar Mosque, and it supplies an endless array of colourful, flavoursome, and stunning food. The cuisine of this country consists heavily of vegetables and fruits, because the rich Nile Valley and Delta rivers produce high quantities of crops. If you […]

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Andalusian Cuisine

If you are wanting to venture to Andalusia, Spain, to experience the unique Islamic sites throughout Malaga, Sevilla, Granada and Cordoba. However, no trip to Andalusia is complete without sampling some of the amazing dishes that the region is famous for – such as fried fish, gazpacho and other spectacular flavour explosions. So, what are […]

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Middle-Eastern Dishes for the Winter Season

Keeping warm during the winter months – especially when living in a cold climate – is essential both for your health and your comfort. While experiencing warm weather is a rarity during winter, there are ways in which you can warm yourself up and feel cosy, even if it’s snowing outside. The Middle East is […]

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Recipe Ideas for the New Year

Winter is a lovely season filled with delicious recipes, ones which are sure to make your mouth water. For the new year, hearty and warm dishes are sure to keep the chill away and the conversation flowing. Nice meals with your loved ones are important, whether in the morning or in the evening! Shakshouka Perfect […]

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Traditional Andalucian and Moroccan Food Recipe Ideas

Food is a great way to get to grips with an exotic culture that you aren’t used to in everyday situations. The flavours are different, the ingredients can change drastically, and it can be a great experience. As well as offering  Cheap Umrah packages, we also provide packages in which you can explore beautiful countries […]

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Great Recipe Ideas for Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is one of the most important religious holidays in the Islamic calendar. It is a time where families and friends get together and celebrate the end of the month of Ramadan with extravagant plates of food, lots of drinks and celebrations. Traditionally, Muslims break their fast like the prophet Muhammad did – with […]

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