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@Tahirah - Salaam Tahirah. I’m so sorry to hear that. It could also be that the batter was over mixed in the blender. Also full cream - full fat milk is a must when substituting for buttermilk milk.
Seeing that the blender did not work for you, try mixing instead, also reduce the amount of coffee according to your preference. So instead of 3 tablespoons, use 2 and maybe even a coffee that isn’t very strong… frisco works well.
Hope it comes out better next time💕
@Gita - Hi Gita, sorry for the delayed reply… is the milk and vinegar mixed is a substitute for buttermilk. I haven’t tried this recipe with yoghurt so I’m not sure if it will work.
@Tazzy - Alhamdullilah. Happy to hear 💕
@Sumaiya - Walaikumus’Salaam, nope you don’t
@Sajida Suleman - Jee the butter should be melted.
The amount of coffee depends on how string you prefer your coffee. So if you prefer your coffee strong then use about 3-4 teaspoons. If you like it milder us 2 teaspoons.
Hope this helps :)
@Nazerine Limbada - It’s the dry ones :)
@Feeka - It’s basically a mix of fenugreek, coarse chilies, chili powder. If you ask for meethi masala at your spice shop they should be able to help you.
@Faiza Dawood - Yaaay! So glad to hear this!!! Alhamdullilah☺️ Jazak’Allah for trying out my recipe.
@Shafeeqah - Walaikumus’Salaam. Beat 100g butter till creamy, add 1 1/2 cup icing sugar- beat again till smooth. Lastly add 2 tablespoons cream cheese. Mix. If the icing is too stiff add a little milk, just enough to loosen it and make it softer.enjoy💕
@Farooq Kasmani - Walaikumus’Salaam, it’s the Robertson range of spices. There’s one for vegetables and one for rice.