First, my apologies…I’ve been hibernating in my hermit hole the past few days for reasons I’m unable to decipher myself. That being said, I’ve truly felt the extra love, attention, and care from my family, friends(including my lovely blogger friends) and their understanding and support during this low period of my life. Snapping out of the irrelevant emotions this recipe which is due over a month ago is from one of my fellow blogger and Want to know more about this recipe?
These cute cookies hail from Italy and the name is synonymous to the town of Saint Vincent in Valle d’ Aosta, a small mountainous region of North Western Italy. I love to cook recipes or food that are unique to a particular region which provides a slight insight about their tastes in particular. I was wrong with my assumption that breads were the one that needed yeast but this cookie made it to my list Want to know more about this recipe?
Many of my Indian friends come from different parts of India and with so much diversity I’m fortunate to be exposed to be multiple facets of the rich Indian culinary. This recipe comes from special friend, Geeta who happen to be an expert and has a good hand with the whims and wham of cooking healthy, yet delicious meals.When I wanted to cook something from Andhra (a Southern State of India) I was preparing myself Want to know more about this recipe?
My recent slack of being adventurous in the kitchen has made me open the thinking doors in my brain or a self-reflection both of which I rarely do. The reasoning I was close to accepting for my lack of being myself or being enthusiastic to new things is sheer laziness or the endless saga of expectations that I’ve been shouldering without a moment to breath and with no appreciation. Without awareness to my constant train of Want to know more about this recipe?
I’ve been dreaming about chocolate for quite sometime and the more I put off giving into my craving, the crazier I got and started hallucinating about chocolate in anything and everything. I pulled the final straw when I was browsing Roxanne’s Blog and couldn’t stop myself from making this recipe. A dream come true for any chocolate lover and with just one bite of these cookies I was in heaven. I was drowned with this Want to know more about this recipe?
I love to bake and just need a sneeze to make me remove my baking pans out and ready for trying a new recipe. The best part of baking with a group is to be introduced to unique recipes and this recipe is something totally new and unheard in my culinary journey so far. This Japanese style bread uses unique process of using a roux (tangzhong) making the end results absolutely mind-blowing and putting to Want to know more about this recipe?
Paneer Pasanda is a popular dish from Mughlai Cuisine. Mughal or any other royals are famous for very rich and exotic dishes and when I hear the name Mughal all I can remember is the history lessons I so painfully endured during my childhood days. I used every curse and swore off as many things as I could for forcing me to remember historical dates and the nightmares I endured days before history exams. Man, Want to know more about this recipe?
Just like “how a fly is attracted to a light” I’m so attracted to recipes with unique names and especially those that can twist my tongue like an acrobat (without making me bite my tongue of course!). This recipe not only has the name that makes you hit your brakes but also lets you take the next step of actually going through the recipe. Once you scan through the recipe even a novice can spot Want to know more about this recipe?
It’s amazing how simple ingredients and a simple recipe can definitely make your life simple! Sorry, just got carried away with how easy with this recipe and hence the previous statement. Get all the ingredients and blend them together coarsely and voila, you have your spread ready. How much simpler can it get. But the name of this spread is quite complex to pronounce and that’s the only trouble you might face. This spread is Want to know more about this recipe?
“Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.” — Aristotle I would be lying if I say that this recipe is so easy to make with few steps. Rather they take three days to make and need loads of patience and butter. Those who faint at the sight of butter need to look elsewhere as there is no low-fat croissants recipe anywhere and if you happen to find then it must be something else all Want to know more about this recipe?