9799692b348 Nivedhanam: 2013-06-02

Friday, June 7, 2013

Eggless Donuts–Deep Fried

Many foods make us drool and only a few recipes are drool worthy while they are being made. Visiting donut factory where you can see the donuts  being shaped, proofed, coming in line to get deep fried and turn beautifully golden and then jump into the silky sugar syrup is a treat to watch. And the best part of you getting to choose from the fresh hot ones – awwww that is so out of the world.. Warm and delicious donuts in hand.. So how much tastier will it be when you can do this factory at home… The answer is – even more exciting and even more delicious.. For this month’s Eggless baking group, Gayathri  has chosen Donuts suggested by Jayanthi and here is a sinfully delicious delicacy This recipe will give around 12 donuts.
Donuts1 - IMG_3816

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Pulikachal / Tamarind Rice

Call traditional recipes and this is one of the recipes you can think of. Ask people what is their most common travel food, then this will surely be one of them.. This is dish that can be made ahead and stored in an airtight container for a month. To serve, just mix with hot cooked rice. This is made primarily with tamarind. Using sesame oil gives the best taste and flavor but other cooking oil can be substituted if sesame oil is not available. Lot of Ingredients are to taste. This is my first recipe to the “Vegan Thursdays” group that I have joined. The idea is to share Vegan recipes on first and last Thursdays..
Pulikachchal - IMG_9412

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Honey Roasted Cashew

Some snacks are so tempting that you can be munching on them for ever and do it watching a TV, you do not realize that you can finish a big bowl in no time.. There are so many flavored nuts that are readily available in the market. They are also good to keep munching on... But when I tried them at home, it was even more delicious and more flavorful… I bookmarked it from here and it has become a big hit in our house. Try it and am sure you will enjoy it too!!

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Kalakand / Kalakandh

Kalakand is a Bengali sweet made with milk and paneer. I love milk sweet for their mild sweeter taste and the flavor of milk. This one has a very different texture compared to other milk sweets. I got this recipe from here and we loved it. This takes a lot of time to make, but is a serialized and simple process. For paneer, please try to use home made paneer as it has better taste and is more moist and soft.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Eggless Butter Cookies - Mouth melting

Cookies are a great way to win a kid's heart!!! And I am sharing this for Kid's delight - Sweet Treats for this month's BM. I have tried many types cookies and this cookie is so appealing to the eye and it literally melts in your mouth. These are tiny and cute cookies which I bookmarked from here. We loved these and they are a super hit in my house... One big problem with these delicious cookies are once you try them and you cannot stop with one!!!
Melting Moments - butter cookies - IMG_5327

Sunday, June 2, 2013

WTML Event Roundup and Winner announcement

I am so excited to have received so many entries (more than 250) for the WTML event on my blog. Thanks to all who have sent these delicious entries and thanks to Gayathri for letting me guest host her event series. Gayathri has chosen one lucky winner who will get a subscription of Tarla Dalal cooking for one year. Please see below for the delicious roundup and also the winner details..
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