Quiche is one of the recipes that I have not tried due to high amount of eggs in it.. Today I am sharing a delicious Quiche which is completely egg free.. So was this easy to do?? Yes and No.. The reason was I did mini quiche in muffin tin which does not have a loose bottom.. So had to research quite a lot to ensure that the base does not crack and also comes out clean.. I used the base recipe from cooks.com and the filling was my own.. The crust was so beautifully flaky and soft which is an interesting texture...
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Bread is an universal food and there are lots of dishes using it.. Dishes can be a very simple bread jam or a delicious bread pudding.. Today we are going to be seeing the bread in cute cup form.. Now like yesterday's recipe, today's recipe is also a different use of muffin tin rather than the regular muffins or cupcakes.. These bread pizza cups are so versatile and are sure to impress kids and adults.. They are perfect for parties, potlucks, as an evening snack, a quick bite etc..I got the idea of making the bread pizza cups from rakskitchen. Filling is a personal choice. You can bake the bread cups separately and add sundal or sprouts as a change.. You could also fill them with fresh fruits and whipped cream.. yummm.. The taste is very similar to the Bread Pizza I make.. This Bread Pizza Cups should be served hot hot!!!
Monday, August 24, 2015
One of the hardest task for a lot of moms these are to make kids eat regular and daily food.. You give them idli, dosa, upuma etc, they are so bored and they want noodles, pasta, muffins etc.. And it is the same in my house.. Now the problem is half resolved with this interesting idea of using muffin tin to make the normal semiya upuma.. It is very interesting to see how kids love these as compared to the regular upuma served on a plate.. Now my mind is bursting with ideas to morph our regular food into something more interesting and yes it is also quite challenging.. Some that come to my mind are cookie cutter shaped dosas or rotis, coin dosa, tart shaped idlis and many varities and shapes of upuma, pongal and khichdi.. So let us go to today's recipe where the idea was born when Valli announced "Make in a muffin tin" for this month's BM and i was looking for ideas online where many choices were there for making in a muffin tin (other than the regular muffins and cupcakes)..