Weekly Menu Plan is back for the coming week. I shall be traveling and hardly cooking this week, so this plan is made just for my readers. Hopefully, you pick a few ideas from this. In terms of prep, you can do the following on the Sunday. BUY Bread Dosa batter Coconut milk Curry paste Eggs —-
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Indian weekly menu plan with breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner – vegetarian, includes eggs
Indian weekly menu plan with breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner – makes life easier when you are well planned!
Here are 5 summer drinks that are not your regular lemon iced tea, some come with wonderful health benefits, such as the green tea cooler or the roasted barley caffeine free tea.
Watch a video of me making Khamang Kakdi. I’m a Bombay girl, born, brought up and spent all my years in that city. In fact, my maternal family has been in Bombay for three generations before me, so our attachment to that cuty is deep rooted. I’ve been out of my home city for some 4 years now and wh
22.10.2010 Edited to add another recipe of this cake with a mixture of whole wheat, cornmeal and rice flour. [L-Rice flour cake, Top- AP flour orange cake, Bottom – Gorgeous crisp crust of rice flour cake] Sorry again for the long interval. I have finally settled down into a new city and settled en
From 4 to 20 in 2 days….Were this an ad for a bike, I’m sure it would have been the biggest flop of the century. But I’m talking about WBB # 6 and I must thank all my dear readers for making me a happy hostess. Until 29th October, I’d received just 4 entries, that too including my own 😉 . I said to myself – May be the theme was way off, way too complicated but now what- I must do a round up anyway. It’ll be more like a private party, but so what? And then the entries started pouring in, enough to keep me browsing and typing for a good 3 hours. A big vote of thanks to all my Twisted Sisters
Weekend Breakfast Blogging #2 Round up- PART ONE