Anika Atif

Anika Atif is formerly from Karachi, Pakistan. Her family and friends love to entitle her as “Neeku.” She spent her early life in Nigeria, and then lived for a short time in the UK after marriage ahead of moving to Dubai after that.

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Anika Atif is formerly from Karachi, Pakistan. Her family and friends love to entitle her as “Neeku.” She spent her early life in Nigeria, and then lived for a short time in the UK after marriage ahead of moving to Dubai after that.

Even though complete tomboys get up in her teenage, cooking was also her attraction since the very beginning. She caught this inspiration 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 has published a collection of her recipes. In October 2010, Anika won the second season of the Chef at the 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.

Anika Atif recipes in Urdu are presented on this page. Her recipes mostly consist of desserts. She wants to take the culinary art to the next level. You may look up for your preferred recipe by Anika Atif on this page.

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my mom made Kali Masoor ki Daal but she dont do the Traka of butter on it, I would suggest her this time when she will make it she would have do butter tarka on it.
By: Nayla, Form: Karachi, on 08 Jun, 2015
Chicken shimla mirch is the dish which is very esy and fast but I don’t know it is just use for the chatni or also eat with chapati.
By: Gazala Saeed, Form: Lahore, on 15 Apr, 2015
I like it most.
By: Farhan Ahmad, Form: Hyderabad, on 07 Jan, 2012