Thursday, February 19, 2015
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
I love the sauces that is served with the ice creams and the list is topped with caramel sauce. Did I know that it is so easy to make at home? No I did not as I did buy a readymade caramel sauce from the super market and licked it in the ice creams we ate at home.. Then I wanted to try this sauce at home and thought it would be so hard, but I was so wrong. This one is so simple and can be stored easily and used when needed. You need very few ingredients and I am not sure why I did not try this before. Enjoy your ice creams, shakes, cakes, pancakes and waffles with this delicious sauce.. Indulge!!
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Coming to the next recipe in Indian Bread Basket, my choice is with millets today. The minute, I was introduced to millets, this is one of first recipes I tried and have tried it many times. You do not miss rice here. In fact you will think you are eating regular adai which is made with rice..
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Coming today is another variety of Indian Bread which is layered and is crispy and flaky. You can make this with all purpose flour also, today I made this with Whole Wheat Flour and loved the taste and texture. I served this with Mooli Masala. Make this for dinner and enjoy it with your favorite side dish..
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Lot of times, we want to eat some ingredients but the choice of relishing them are few that we know. So I always look for recipes that uses such ingredients and one of them is Sprouts. I have enjoyed sprouts mostly as is or in a salad. One more I tried was Sprouts Pulao and that was so yummy. Here comes another recipe that uses sprouts completely and you can enjoy these guilt free.. Serve this hot with tomato chutney. It makes for a nice evening tiffin, great breakfast and also a perfect lunchbox recipe.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Today we will be seeing another type of bread which has the cute currants or raisins in them.. This is a simple and straight white bread with raisins or currants added. The beauty of making bread at home is the versatility and the options you get to add or omit.. It is both fun and unique.