Re-using stuff:

October 30, 2006 at 2:37 pm (Cook.Ease)

re.using stuff is what i love to do… ramzan me itni jalaibi ati or bach jati thee k dil dukhta tha k zaya ho ri hay…so i one day thought of re-using it… serached the web for it amagr kuch ni mila….

so bus 1 din kar lia decide..banai mene Jalaibi ki kheer..n it was so yummy… u case jalaibi bohat bach gayee ho..

#1.Jalaibi ki kheer

ingredients i used:

jalaibi half a Kg (puraani)

milk(2 cups)

water( almost 2 cups)

boiled rice( 1/4 cup)

Cardamom (2)

 bread crumbs half a cup


i boiled the jalaibi in water…just for 5 mins..n then blended it with that water finely. added 2 cups of milk and half a cup of water again…plus 2 Cardamom… NO SUGAR..when it came to a boil i added half a cup of bread crumbs ..boiled for 5 mins and then added…mashed boiled rice…cooked for another 5 mins…

ready..n served thandiii c..was so nice..n no one could recognize jalaibi…some said pasta se guesed aalloo.1 said custard.


jalaibi he itni methee the k chini ki zarurat ni pari…but i utalized jalaibi… will think of some other dish… ap me se kisis ko ati ho to letme know…

#.2 Daisi honey balls

one of my specialities…kiddies love it… n easy to make

ingredients i use:

Bread (bachi khuchay pieces) and even bachi v Roti

water n milk as per needed

some sugar

and oil for frying

honey, jam, and chochlate syrup for serving


knead the bread n bachi v roti with water n some milk in a bowl..knead it well and hard so that it may take the shape u give it.

add some sugar in end.

deep fry it in any shape…i make some small balls or give it shape of dates…fry till brown

after frying sprinkle some icing sugaron it and serve with honey, chochlate syrup and jaam…

… try it..easy n a gud appetizer for kids…





  1. Muslim Wife said,

    Masha’allah! Good work with re-using food!

    I don’t know how people have the heart to actually throw away food (especially in Ramadan!), we will certianly be asked about all the things (including time) we wasted. Masha’allah you were very creative : ) I just cut up my old food into small pieces and feed them to the ducks we have waddling all over our place, lol.

  2. Aks.. said,

    wah ji wah… really new and sounds tastey….. will try them sumtimes… espacially the honey balls wali dish.

  3. Aamanna said,

    wow! i m impressed.


  4. Hammad said,

    I away from this all, I dont cook and really dont want to. Indeed, I love to eat 😛

  5. shirazi said,

    How is going esSJee?

  6. Dr. said,

    🙂 Muslim wife..i am already very impressed from u…ur blog is 1 i love to read…n ammend myself…’ll post a recipe with left over rice..wo b yum bantay hain…

    zinda hun cume u remeber me?

  7. Asma said,

    God … this jalebi wali recipie is so soo nice .. you really made it up all on run time … how come 😀

    Cool superb … would try it for sure … i like boled rice part teh most in jalebi wali tarkeeb … heheheh both are my favs !!

  8. Saadie said,

    lol good efficient recipes will try those 😀

  9. Dr. said,

    🙂 Asma..cokking is what i love to do..(except..rotiaan banana) but parathas i love to make… no matter how tired i am i always cook… alhamdulillah….. just wish me health…

    u r in pindi na? ur invited 🙂 aoo n i’ll cook u something special…

  10. Raheel said,

    lol naya baasi khana =p

  11. Dr. said,

    th best n most apropriate commnet:) Raheel!!!

  12. Asma said,

    Oh yeah i’m in islooo … rocks naa

    Parathay ki bhi koi easy cool recepie bata dein … I love cooking but hate doing it :>

  13. Asma said,

    and lolz@naya baasi khana

  14. Aks.. said,

    Asma… u love cooking but hate doing it.. lolzzz… then just take Sg to ur kitchen she’ll cook and u just sit n’ watch:P parathay to main bhi bohut achay banati hoon:P specially aalo kay:P and roties as well.. gool matool..lolzz

  15. Asma said,

    hehhe yah aks … sure … if SG’s ready to come and cook parathas … :>

    well my rotiis are more of motol then gol 😉

  16. Dr. said,

    i have a better idea Asma!! u come over… and i’ll cook

  17. uXuf said,

    A better use of left-over jalebis is to refrigerate them overnight and soak them in the morning in doodh.. and enjoy the yummy tasty thing that comes out 🙂

  18. Dr. said,

    🙂 wo koi khata nahi humaray ghar me… but thanks for stopping by

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