Nov 072012
Brigadeiro with Cookie Butter

I don’t know why but I have a strong urge to try a recipe that has some uniqueness attached either in their name, origin, or ingredients. I had many recipes bookmarked from Vaishali’s blog(my blog hop partner for this month) but this recipe totally caught my eye not just with its name but with just 3 ingredients its amazingly very simple to make, isn’t that what we all eagerly search for in a recipe? It’s Want to know more about this recipe?

Jul 112012
Banoffee Pie

Banoffee Pie is a short form for “Banana Toffee” pie. I was very much intrigued by this recipe when I was browsing Ruchira’s blog (thegreatcookaroo), my partner for this month’s Blog Hop. She has a great writing style capturing the readers with details. Being a vegetarian I had a list of recipes selected from her vast selection that’s appetizing for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. I love this recipe for ease of its making and Want to know more about this recipe?

Jun 132012
Tomato and Olive Whole Wheat Focaccia

Focaccia is an Italian flat oven-baked breads topped with herbs and other ingredients of your choice. It can be considered as a close approximation to pizza but its not the same. I’ve baked breads before and this one has been on my list for quite some time. I am paired with Archana for this month’s blog hop (started by Radhika) and when I saw a recipe for focaccia I couldn’t resist myself from trying it Want to know more about this recipe?

May 092012
Chettinad Aloo Bindi Subji

This month for Radhika’s Blog Hop I’m paired with Shree Rao. I had few recipes marked to try from her blog when the blog hop pairs were announced. As usual I completely lost track of the date, this is what’ll happen if my brain is overloaded with too many things to do ;). I wanted to try one of the baking recipes but my family will just scoff at me if I serve another baked Want to know more about this recipe?

Apr 112012
Mavinakayi Chitranna

Don’t be intimidated by the name and don’t ask me if I learnt Kannada or Telugu in a day. Thanks to Nagashree for giving the English name in the title which I didn’t to instill your curiosity. Ok, “Mavinakayi Chitranna” means Mango Rice. Its been a while that I’ve made any prepared rice. I narrowed down couple of recipes from Nagashree’s blog (sattvaa.blogspot) for my first “Blog Hop” Wednesdays. The first recipe I wanted to Want to know more about this recipe?