FKF July 2016 Newsletter

Just your average girl, tinkering around her kitchen...


Salaam and Greetings FKF Fans!

Welcome to our July 2016 FKF Newsletter. We are always striving to improve and excel in delivering to our fans nothing but the very best of recipes. As we are constantly looking for new ways to improve YOUR browsing experience on FKF, we would LOVE to hear form you on your reviews, thoughts, suggestions and feedback! Please feel free to drop us a quick line on

Savory Tikka Burritos

During the Holy Month of Ramadhan we created a Savory Tikka Burrito for our friends at Saffron Road. For details on this recipe, please click on the image. These burritos were perfect plain or stuffed with any meat/veggie choice options. Time to kick the flavor of your plain tortillas up a notch!


Tried & Tested by Friends/Family

Have you ever tried one of our FKF recipes? Did you know that if you send in a pic of your results, we will proudly add it to our Tried and Tested album on Facebook?  We do!  Currently, we are on album 95 of Tried and Tested by Friends/Family. So exciting! A sincere thanks to all our fans for taking the time to share their results with us!


Latest Yummies

Folded Pitas


Tandoori Chicken Burger




Seekh Kabab Biryani


Karhi Gosht


Egg Chops


Banana Ice Cream





This Month's Tips - MAGNESIUM! (Part 1 of 2)

This month and the next we shall take a closer look at Magnesium and the importance of this mineral. Our bodies can not make Magnesium on its own so we are responsible for making sure we get the right amount daily in the foods we eat. Magnesium is a cofactor in 300 plus enzymes that regulate a variety of biochemical reactions. Everything from muscle and nerve function to protein synethesis and energy production. Dark leafy greens, nuts, fish, whole grains and bananas are all rich in magnesium. 

Should you choose to take a high quality supplement of magnesium, adults should take no more than 350mg/day. Men should have 400mg and women should have 310mg of magnesium daily in fresh foods.

Let's take a closer look at some magnesium rich foods.


1 cup of spinach contains 157mg of magnesium.


Pumpkin Seeds

1/8 of a cup of pumpkin seeds contains 92mg of magnesium.



1 cup of swiss chard contains 154mg of magnesium.


Yogurt or Keifer

1 cup contains 50mg of magnesium.



1 ounce of almonds contain 80mg of magnesium.


Black Beans

1/2 cup of black beans contain 60mg of magnesium.

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