Kanel Snegle(Cinnamon Snails) or Kanelbullar(Cinnamon Buns) is Swedish version of the popular American Cinnamon rolls. Apart from the cinnamon that both the rolls share the Swedish version has less sugar and are not sticky like its American counterpart. These Swedish rolls are light, soft, moist with spices added to the dough as well as the filling. The cardamom in the dough adds additional flavor and rekindles your taste with an aromatic sweetness while the cinnamon Want to know more about this recipe?
Falouna or Flaounes is a special bread especially made during Easter and is savored by Orthodox Greeks and Muslim Turkish Cypriots. This bread quite tastes like cake as they are made with a concoction of spices, dried fruits, nuts, butter, and eggs that mostly go into the making of cake. It’s understandably rich in flavor and contents as they are relished after a long period of fasting. I’ve baked breads before but am rarely inclined Want to know more about this recipe?
I’m trying to get my reins back into blogging, so please bear with me if my writing is rough around the edges. I’m stammering and trying to communicate my varied thoughts into a single post. I guess I need to take a step back and streamline my thoughts and slowly transition into delivering a good post. I remember the following quote by Steve Jobs when I think about this recipe — “Simple can be harder Want to know more about this recipe?
Calzones are Italian turnovers or more commonly folded pizza. They are usually filled with all the toppings that adorn a pizza but I’ve used chole as the filling. It’s totally fun to make and very tasty too. If you had to make calzone from scratch, you might need to start with a basic pizza dough recipe or take my route, semi-homemade cooking and use store-bought pizza dough. Pizza dough is so handy especially on busy nights Want to know more about this recipe?
I’m not trying to squeeze three recipes in one, it’s just one recipe. Necessity is the mother of invention and this recipe was created out of my necessity to please my kids as well as make it easy for me. My kids wanted taco and I didn’t want to feed them processed wraps for a meal. I saw the idea of taco pizza when I was browsing and extrapolated the same idea to the naan Want to know more about this recipe?
One of the good uses of cauliflower is to make pizza crust out of it. This recipe isn’t time-consuming and doesn’t require any yeast and definitely does not require you to wait for the dough to ferment as in the regular pizza crust. A big selling point for me was the calorie in each slice of this pizza(about 150 calories per slice) which is a fraction of a regular crust pizza. Now comes the warning, Want to know more about this recipe?