9799692b348 Nivedhanam: 2013-02-03

Saturday, February 9, 2013

What is with my Cuppa??

I am a coffee person and most of my mornings start with piping hot coffee... Although in the morning I am good with just coffee, I love to eat something along with my coffee other times... A lot of items can be accompanied with coffee or tea and this event welcomes all such entries. I am very happy to announce my guest host event "What with with my Cuppa??" which is a brain child of Nupur. So what to link here are dishes that you would serve with coffee or tea. It can be any cuisine, sweet or savory. Some of the items I can think of are - Indian chaats, Farsaans, savory items like sev, then kuzhal, thattai, murukku, muffins, cupcakes, biscotti, tarts, cookies (sweet or savory), breads, cakes, mini tiffin like vadai, bonda, bajji, cutlets and the list is endless.. Anything you would love with coffee or tea...
Here are the event rules
Event runs from 10th February – 10th March
Only Vegetarian entries are allowed. No eggs allowed. If using eggs, please mention egg substitute or it will be removed
Linking back to this announcement page and Nupur's page is Mandatory. Simply copy and paste this -  “Sending to What is with my cuppa and Nupur's page"
Recipe can be of any cuisine, course or taste. Please see the List above for the ideas.
Please try fresh recipes, though up to 3 Archived recipes are welcome.
Usage of Logo will be appreciated.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Badusha (பாதுஷா)

Badusha is a very popular Indian sweet which is very soft, light and fluffy. It needs a lot of patience to do the Badusha and follow the ingredients and steps same to get the desired result. This recipe makes 12 pieces and topped with fresh coconut, saffron strands and almond slices. You can also decorate with more nuts of choice, colored coconut.  I got this recipe from here
Badusha - IMG_0298

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Stuffed Masala Bun

Stuffed Masala Bun is a very tasty and interesting snack or tiffin item. It tastes best when served hot and can be accompanied with ketchup or spicy chutney or I can relish it as is. I got this recipe from here. Stuffing is a personal choice and you can change according to taste and preference.
Stuffed Masala Bun - IMG_0745

Monday, February 4, 2013

Badam Katili

Badam Katili is a burfi type sweet made out of almonds. It has its rich texture, taste and calories. Store the badam katili in an airtight container for up to 10 days. This does not need any specific topping and is served mostly as is. I have topped it with some saffron and charoli nuts.
Badam Katili - IMG_3053
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