Anika Atif is formerly from Karachi, Pakistan. Her family and friends love to entitle her as “Neeku.” She used up her early infancy life in Nigeria, lived for a short time in the UK after marriage ahead of moving to Dubai earlier this year. Read More
Anika Atif is formerly from Karachi, Pakistan. Her family and friends love to entitle her as “Neeku.” She used up her early infancy life in Nigeria, lived for a short time in the UK after marriage ahead of moving to Dubai earlier this year.
Even though complete tomboys get up in her teenage, cooking was also her infatuation since the very beginning. She caught this encouragement from her father. Anika Atif has not taken any proper cooking training or went to any culinary institutes, but she relied on her gift for testing with diverse ingredients and ideas. While living in Paksitan, Anika was preferred by Masala TV, a foremost Pakistani Cooking channel, to host a show called “Temptations” that totally based on desserts and drinks. Since having moved to Dubai, Khaleej Times Weekend magazine have published a collection of her recipes. In October 2010, Anika won the second season of the Chef at Home competition.
Anika Atif considers that given the arrival of fast food ethnicity and hectic schedules, cooking has turned out to be a disappearing art among the women of our society. She is enthusiastic to perk up the art of cooking, and is continually attempting to arise with new and unique recipes that are quick, uncomplicated and hale and hearty. Hide
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anika i am your cousin friend and have also meet with you. I just wanted to be the cooing expert like you kindly guide me what should i have to do for this.
i like ur way of cooking speacially baking i love it
salam hi i am Abdulkhaliq ap bhot accha kana banata ha
I like how shahi custard recipe isn’t just for adults but is also soft enough to be a wonderful dessert choice for children. The key of making shahi custard for kids is to soak the dry fruits in milk overnight and sprinkle the soaked ones over the custard. Yummy!
Have to find this Chicken Shimla Mirch k Sath recipe and found it finally. Now I am looking here for more Chicken Recipes so that I could enjoy all my favorite tastes. Ty for this.
I am going to prepare my favorite Kali Masoor ki Daal Makhni recipe tonight, I was searching Dal Recipes and found this one top. I will make this soon and in the meanwhile I am looking for more.