Crazy is a relative term but normal is boring to me. This cake defies any normal chocolate cake recipe only in its method. The recipe does not need any fancy equipment or fill your sink with dirty bowls of various size. All you need is the round cake pan, spatula,and measuring spoons-now how’s that for simplicity? I’ve made recipes with steps spanning days like my croissant recipe and I assure you they are well worth Want to know more about this recipe?
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” –Thomas A. Edison I’ve tried many eggless recipes and some have turned out to be a success and some quite the failure that I’ve shelved in the To-Try later section. I was brought up in an environment where failure is not an option which is not realistic so I tend to teach my kids Want to know more about this recipe?
My husband is not very talkative, he talks when he’s prompted and is very crisp with his answers. Sometimes his managerial behavior does extrapolate to conversations that we have at home(something that makes me go Errrkkk!!!!).I get an insight of how many back to back meetings he has to attend in a day when he works from home and I don’t know how he can talk so much. Today with so much of listening to Want to know more about this recipe?
Butter cake is supposed to be one of the basic cakes in which the main ingredient is butter along with flour, eggs, and sugar. This month’s baking eggless group decided to turn this recipe into eggless version. As they have loads of butter they are supposed to be one of the quintessential cakes and require you to run an extra mile to digest this rich delicacy. I was putting off baking this recipe searching for Want to know more about this recipe?
My first attempt at making biscotti and I loved every bit making them. I’m part of a baking eggless group, a bunch of passionate bakers who have ventured on a mission to experiment recipes with egg and turn them to eggless recipes. A fun way to bake, experiment, learn, and connect with other like-minded people. This month’s mission was to bake the orange_apricot_pistachio biscotti recipe taken from Baking Obsession to eggless ones. There are many Want to know more about this recipe?
When laddles and mixing bowls are spread out everywhere with baking trays and parchment paper lining every corner of my kitchen, it subtly indicates I’m baking. Off late my kids can read the invisible sign to not come near the kitchen if I am baking or experimenting. With so much bells and whistle I did successfully bake the best eggless Quiche. When my husband arrived, I boasted with pride that I made Quiche as in Want to know more about this recipe?
Have you heard of “banana aversion” gene, I haven’t heard of it too, but if there is one such gene, I think I inherited it. Me and banana have a long history of tug of war, with appa (my dad) trying to somehow make me like bananas and my system trying to eject it out as quickly as it gets in. Finally appa gave up knowing that genes can’t be changed with his carrot and Want to know more about this recipe?
This month’s Baking-Eggless Group’s challenge was to make Canadian favorite desert “Butter Tarts” in eggless version. Its very obvious from the name Butter Tarts that this desert is loaded with butter. So skinny cooks be aware, this one is not for you. But people who really want to have a sample of divine taste at least once in your lifetime go ahead and read more. The thought of making this desert made me go to Want to know more about this recipe?