Every time I make a whole wheat bread, it gets better. That’s the best thing about bread baking, you keep getting better with time and practice. This isn’t a difficult recipe but it does takes a long time. I have found that slow long fermentation works brilliantly for whole wheat breads to improve both texture and flavour. I am pretty happy with how these turned out.
I think watching cookery shows is rubbing off on me. Wow I plated that and I feel super happy looking at it. The ‘pineapple and cheese in a toothpick’ snack, is something that reminds me of parties I attended as a kid in the Air Force mess. I decided to add some more fun and flavour to this simple canape`. So we have a super crisp sesame cheddar cracker layered with caramelized cottage cheese and grilled pineapple, topped with a tiny dollop of cream cheese and some dark chocolate. One bite and it bursts into a lovely mix of flavours…
Summer holidays mean hungry kids who want something interesting 10 times a day. These bread sticks make quite a lovely snack with some cheesy dip or tomato salsa. The recipe has been adapted from King Arthur Flour’s blog. And I think you are going to see quite a few bread recipes from there. It is such an amazing blog and the breads do turn out brilliant. Did I tell you this doesn’t need kneading and you just need to let it rise once.
Being a part of a healthy baking group is what started off my baking journey. Healthy baking offers a lot of scope for experimentation and I keep trying to come up with something new every time i decide to bake. I always thought breads are just not for me and there is absolutely no way that i would
I had plans of trying a lattice bread, but for some reason this is what i ended up making. I found them super cute and cutting them up was a little heart breaking. That feeling lasted just for a minute though. These are super yummy and soft with a hint of sweetness. Adorably tasty i would say. I hav
This was an experiment i din’t plan on. I had a different idea for the fresh cream, but well that’s another story. These rolls turned out as soft and fluffy, as one would want them to be, with a hint of sweetness. My 3 year old got back from school and screamed ” You baked bread”! I never realized m
The first ever bread i baked- Simple basic white bread loaf. I just realised, i never got down to putting it on the blog. This is one recipe i never tire off. The result is amazing every single time and i feel super happy with myself. Today i made this specially for my granny. The recipe is adapted
Who say’s healthy can’t be rich and tasty? When someone says that, they are diabetic/ have high cholesterol / gluten intolerance or that they are trying to diet, how many of us think “Oh man, how sad it is to eat bland tasteless food”? Here’s a heart healthy recipe that’s going to make you totally d
Potato scones or tattie scones are popular in many parts of Scotland. Traditionally, they are made of mashed potato, flour, butter and salt, and cooked on a griddle. This simple recipe turns out to be very versatile, and one can add the choicest of ingredients to make the dish wholesome and tasty.
This one is as simple as it sounds. After i had tried my hands on crispy okra, i knew this would be a success. Vazhakkai varaval is often served as a starter in south Indian meals. These are made by deep frying the raw banana slices, until they turn crisp. Baking them is definitely a healthier optio