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Flower Bread with Apple filling

Ever since I saw the picture of this bread on a random post, I was itching to try this. All I had was the step-by step pictures of preparing it. In spite of searching the net I couldn’t get the recipe. So I decided to follow my gut feeling and experiment. I chose the eggless burger bun recipe as I love the taste of it. As for the filling, I decided to make some apple filling. Let me confess..I had a whole lot of butterflies in my stomach. I decided to make very less apple filling lest it went waste in case the bread didn’t come out good. The dough turned out to be way too soft to handle. So my first attempt didn’t quite achieve the desired look. As they say, “you learn from your mistakes” So the second time, I was a bit more careful in handling the dough. Voila !! It definitely got the look I hoped for. For a first attempt, I was pleased with the outcome. The next step was the taste test. Both J and D loved the bread so much that they were disappointed to find out that I had made only

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Custard Apple Milk Shake

Custard Apple season is here !! Just as I was wondering how to use the custard apples piled up on my pantry, I saw a facebook post wherein someone had posted a picture of a Milkshake he had at a nearby juice shop. Well…that was it…Custard Apple Milk Shake it is…The big smile on J’s face as he

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Brinjal Chutney

A couple of weeks back, I was at my friend’s place having lunch. She served this chutney given to her by her friend. My eyes nearly popped out when I heard that it was Brinjal chutney. Truth be told. I am not a big fan of Brinjal. A chutney made of brinjal was something I had never heard of. Fell in

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Eggless Chocolate Croissants

A croissant is a buttery flaky viennoiserie bread roll named for its well known crescent shape. (Courtesy: Wikipedia) Eversince I tried the recipe from Tracy’s Culinary adventures, I have never looked elsewhere The proces of making croissants is time consuming, but definitely worth the effort. I hav

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Dosa (Fermented Rice-Lentil Crepes)

Over these years, I have realised that different people follow different proportions to make Idli and Dosa. As for me, I have been preparing my Idlis/ Dosas for some years now. I use the same batter to prepare Idlis as well as Dosas. The only difference would be that the Dosa batter is a bit more ru

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Potato Rosti

While preparing for our move from Agra, I had almost wound up the kitchen and had very limited stuff in the pantry. So when I had to whip up something for breakfast, the first thought that came into mind was Potato Rosti. Rosti is a dish supposedly originated from Switzerland. It is pretty much simi

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Chiratta Puttu (Rice cake Steamed in coconut shell)

A statement while talking to your college friends is “Those were the days!!! Wish we got those days back !! “. Never in my dreams did I think that I would get an opportunity to enjoy college life at a latter stage of life. So when J got admission to the prestigious Indian School of Business, Hyderab

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Cinnamon Rolls

Here’s the recipe of Cinnamon Rolls, a cinnamon flavoured tea time snack. Cinnamon Rolls Source: My Diary

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Egg Roast

Egg roast or Mutta roast is a dish one can find in most menu cards in Kerala. The preferred combination is with breakfast items likeAppam, Idiyappam etc. This dish goes well even with chapathi and rice. The recipe I am sharing with you is not the authentic Kerala Egg Roast. I have given a little twi

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Appam/Vellayappam/Paalappam aka Hoppers

Appam/Vellayappam/Paalappam aka Hoppers with stew is one of the popular breakfast items of Kerala. Traditionally, ground rice used to be fermented using toddy, an alcoholic beverage created from the sap of coconut trees. Nowadays, yeast is being commonly used as the fermenting agent. Appams go well

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Poori

Poori is a familiar item for most Indians. Though the most common accompaniment for Poori is the Aloo Bhaaji, a potato dish, it can be had with any gravy, be it vegetarian or Non-vegetarian. You can make it using plain wheat flour or a mix of plain flour and wheat flour. With this recipe, I made abo

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