Este plato de Manos en La Masa es perfecto para compartir con los amigos queridos ya que siempre trae una alegría a la mesa. / This delicious dish made by Manos en la Masa is perfect for sharing with friends since it brings joy to the table.
Let me tell you straight away that this is not one of my favourite cakes. I am not even sure whether I like it. But then, I do not like coffee. While the rest of my family is drawn towards coffee the way Jerry floats towards cheese, I go to the extent of pinching my nose so as to not breathe in "co
It has been two years since I started blogging. Considering that my blog has lasted longer than many of my other endeavors, I decided the occasion deserved to be celebrated and attempted an orange trifle. For this, I cut my orange tea cake, applied plenty of orange jam on the slices and arranged them carefully on my plate. Then I soaked the cake slices with orange juice and rum. All was well and the trifle was starting to look promising. Then I whisked my milk cream to thicken it. The cream refused to oblige. Ok, I was using low fat cream and that had to the reason for my cream behaving as it did. So, I added some melted butter to it. The cream thickened only ever so slightly. Recognizing the end of my trifle dreams, I doubled the amount of cream I was using, spread it all over the cake so that the separate cake and cream layers were no longer visible and ended up with Orange Cream Cake. That is the story of how my Orange Trifle turned into Orange Cream Cake, quite a happy one inspite
Easy Baked Salmon is a delicous, easy and quick recipe that takes only 10 minutes to cook. Seasoned with salt, onion powder and dill. It takes only 5 minutes to prepare. Less than 30 minutes from start to your plate. It is also a healthy, low fat, low calories, low sodium, NO-CARBOHYDRATES, protein-rich, WeightWatchers (5) PointsPlus recipe. Source: http://...
This versatile dish is extremely popular as it's a budget friendly way to enjoy fresh food and to customize to your own tastes.
In the quest to make perfect eggs, this is a slightly lighter spin off of Chef Gordon Ramsay's beloved rendition of scrambled eggs with vegetables. It is quick to make and a fantastic start for the day!
Healthy Cran-Apple Slaw is a delicious, easy and quick (10) minute to assemble recipe that is perfect for your Christmas, Thanksgiving and or New Year feast. It is also a WeightWatchers (2) PointsPlus, heart-healthy, vegetarian and diabetic friendly, low calories, low fat, No-Cholesterol, low sodium, low sugars, low carbohydrates recipe. Makes 8 servings. Source: http://...
Aparna from My Diverse Kitchen has started an interesting series of photography exercises. In an effort to improve my photography, I decided to participate in the exercise as soon I read about them, but predictably, thanks to my organizing skills, or rather, my lack of them, I missed the deadline of the first one (Aperture and DoF). Anyway, the second exercise is on, I am on time this time (!) and you can find the details of "Less is More, So Let's Keep It Simple" over here. As the name suggests, the food photograph should have a minimalistic composition, using as few props as possible, so that you notice the food more than anything else. With just a couple of props, namely a glass of milk and a few coriander leaves, I hope my below photograph qualifies. Not only does a minimalistic image look better, but it also reduces expenditure in terms of props; a glass of milk comes at Rs 9 and a whole bunch of coriander leaves costs only Rs 1!!! I am one happy person ;) This recipe of Tomato a
I do not have concrete belief in the existence of god, but I cannot deny that during stressful times, messages like the one above have given me a gentle push in the right direction. A person who believes in a super hero who has abundant love and compassion for you, who watches over you every minute of the day, holds you close especially when the going is tough, will have the strength to face each day with hope and optimism. So, a person who has unwavering faith in god is a very lucky person, isn't he? For this Easter, I am planning to make chicken roast - a whole chicken marinated with spices and baked in its own juices so that the meat is tender, and the skin is crisp and spicy. There is something immensely satisfying about a whole chicken; my little boy just couldn't seem to wait for it to cook completely. I had to endure gku's frowns and little qya's complaints of "vishakunnu" (not to mention growls from my own stomach) while I hurriedly took some pics. Here is the recipe for you be