Right before Ramazan began, had the privilege to attend National Food’s event where we were introduced to their new & revamped online recipes portal www.madeeasy.com.pk created in collaboration with one of Pakistan’s favorite celebrity chef, Chef Saadat.
What makes #MadeEasy stand out from rest of the lot is the fact that they have kept their focus on fusion recipes to encourage home chefs to cook something different and exciting for themselves or their loved ones.
This portal features a portal of video recipes as well as picture based. You can search for recipes according to cuisine, ingredient, recipe or category wise, giving you multiple options to explore.
Not to forget the fact that MadeEasy.com.pk also features a couple of useful and clever kitchen hacks ensuring that your cooking experience is #MadeEasy.
If your Mom has also been suffering from ‘Samajh-nahi-araha-aaj-kia-banaon Syndrome’ lately, and made you eat aloo chicken salan 4 days a week, then this my friend will be your saving grace. Having said that my Mom is an exceptional cook and a lot of people can testify that.
Coming back to the topic. We got this adorable apron-cladded goody bag from National Foods that included a variety of their products, tempting everyone to try them out.
Being a once-in-a-blue-moon cook and an occasional critic I decided to give it a shot and make a few things myself. Thanks to www.madeeasy.com.pk I got to save myself from the embarrassment of floating tomatoes and burnt onions. Cooking is not just #MadeEasy but also equally pleasing.
Enough said now.
Let me tell you the story about the website that changed my destiny (virtual high five to everyone who got the reference).
Hara Masala Nuggets recipe from #MadeEasy
Product used: National’s Sabzi masala
Tnadoori Chicken recipe from #MadeEasy
Product used: National’s tandoori masala
Pita Bread Pizza recipe from #MadeEasy (Pizza paratha recipe replacing pita with paratha. No I’m not health conscious. But this tasted even better than it looks!)
Products used: National’s Sabzi masala + National’s tandoori masala
National’s Orange Fruitily. All the flavors are especially peach and lemon.
Still deciding a name for this. Till then you can call it Choco-Coffee-Caramel dessert thing (really bad at this apparently)
Product used: National’s Coffee Choco custard. You can make amazing mocha flavored desserts with it very easily!
Must include show off video clip:
Crispy Chickoon Burgers
Product used: National’s broast masala and a sheer will to get fat.
Stop drooling and visit http://www.madeeasy.com.pk right away and follow the hashtag #MadeEasy on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram for more deliciousness.