The key to juicy burgers with a great crust on a gas grill? Preheat your grill for a really long time.
Looking for a way to add some summer flavor to your iftar? Try grilling your fruit for fruit chaat. The added hint of smokey, charred, caramelized flavors is the perfect way to summerize your Ramadan meal.
Want a breakfast or suhur that keeps you full longer? Make this 10-minute oatmeal with either brown sugar and maple syrup, orange-cranberry-cardamom, or Nutella.
Main Stop Halal is a Halal landmark in Chicago. Authentic Chicago street food in a restaurant that’s completely Halal top to bottom. Even more interesting? The owners are not even Muslim. But they get something right that other Halal restaurants don’t.
When Muslim Eater launched it debuted with a very exciting discovery: Creekstone Farms, one of the premier beef suppliers served in top restaurants around America, is certified Halal. Today, one year later, we present an updated guide on everything you need to know about Creekstone Farms being Halal.
Forget the dingy and smelly Halal meat shop of your childhood. Pete’s Fresh Market in the Chicago south suburb of Bridgeview, IL is the Halal meat shopping experience of your dreams come true.
In-N-Out Burgers are not Halal, but you can easily make them at home. Here’s a recipe on how to do it using meat from your Halal butcher.