Rum and Raisin Rice Pudding, a slightly fancier version of our Indian kheer – get the recipe here. Super simple!
Krishna Pooja in my own little way Gokulashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna and it is celebrated by Hindus all over India in their own way. In our homes, it is intimately related to food as a variety of fried sweet and savoury snacks… [Read More…]
Thank you friends for sending me your entries for Weekend Breakfast Blogging # 3. I have three new bloggers participating this fortnight:
Get the details on equipment, method and video on how to make your cup of filter coffee, because everyone loves a tumbler of piping hot, aromatic and strong filter coffee!
Chocolate and Rum Apricot Cake – a perfect birthday cake for adults, easy to make at home!
I love iced tea. In fact I love tea in any form. A post solely dedicated to brewing good tea has been long on my mind, and it will come soon
Contd from Round-up Part I . I’ll take a raincheck for my own entry, due to some technical problems, I’m unable to transfer my pics to the laptop. The problem with formatting continues ( a long scroll to reach the table) and I haven’t got any suggestions yet 🙁 Until then, scroll on
Weekend Breakfast Blogging #2 Round up- PART ONE
When Santhi announced flour as the theme for JFI, I thought it would be very easy. I have a stock of flours in my pantry at all times. Mainly: Wheat flour Gram flour Rice flour Millet flour But it wasn’t easy at all deciding what to make. Chapatis, Parathas, dosas were too ‘everydayish’ for this won
Bhel_ was the ultimate treat in school days. There used to be this bhel wala with his cart and a glass box mounted on top of the cart. He used to serve bhel puri, sev puri and pani puri like any other bhel wala. This ‘bhaiyya’ used to stand right opposite my balcony in Wadala, and that wouldn’t make life easier for me. My grandparents wouldn’t allow me to eat street food and it required many many days of excellent behaviour to convince them to let me indulge in that tangy treat
Thanks for all those who participated in the first event at Saffron Trail. The Weekend Breakfast Blogging table was filled with breakfast foods from around the world. Check out the round up with the guidelines to WBB#2 here. Pulao is so common-place and biryani is so much effort. I like a pulao that