Irish Soda Bread Buns with Cranberries and Fennel Seeds

This is one of the most old fashioned Soda Bread recipe with just the basic ingredients which can be ready in less than an hour. The addition of buttermilk gives this bread the much required crust and this is the perfect recipe when you are in a hurry. Like any other Soda bread, these buns tastes as good as when it is eaten with a slice of cheese or with butter and jam. The exotic scent of the fennel seeds and the burst of tartness from the cranberries make these buns to have it in a perfect cosy environment with…

Spiced Garbanzo Beans Pie Recipe- Guest Post for Shaheen Ali

It was a pleasant surprise when I receive a request from Shaheen Ali of https://www.spoonforkandfood.com to do a guest post for her. She is a huge inspiration for me because of the way she manages her Blog. Despite being in neck deep inwork, I managed to finish this post because I really wanted to be at her Blog. You have to visit her blog to believe what I say here. Shaheen isnot only a gifted food blogger who masters the art of articulating food, but also a very talented food stylist and photographer. I am truly fascinated by her Baking…

Double Cheese Burst Italian Pizza- How to make Pizza at home

A dish which has accepted worldwide for it’s adaptability and versatile nature, it is none other than the Pizza. When we think of Pizza, we think of Italy simultaneously because Italy is famous for both it’s Pizza and Pasta.Pizza could be thin and thick, cheesy or traditional; it can be made as per your choice. The choice of topings in unlimited from vegetables to meat.Whichever way you make it, it turns out to be yummy. In it’s basic form, pizza is a flatbread, which is later cooked by placing it on a hot stone and seasoned with special herbs. Pizza…

Eggless Thandai Cookies recipe- How to make Thandai Cookies for Holi

Holi – the festival of colours, marks the beginning of spring season and is celebrated in different parts of India though the rituals and customs tocelebrate this festival vary from one region to another, the spirit of festivity remains the same. Traditional food plays a major role in such festivities, but have you ever thought of making some fusion recipes for Holi using the traditional ingredients . If not, then come with me and take a tour of some of the fusion recipes I have tried like Baked MawaGujiyas and Thandai Phirni earlier and for the 31st Foodie Monday Bloghop…

BAKED MAWA GUJIYAS- HOW TO MAKE BAKED MAWA GUJIYA

Any festival in India is incomplete without dessert. Holi is one such festival which is about a riot of colors and can hardly be complete without a hearty dose of mawa gujiyas – a recipe made with dough stuffed with a sweet filling mawa and deep-fried. Gujiya which is a fried crispy flaky pastry stuffed with sweet mawa filling is one of the staple dessert prepared especially on Holi festival. On this Holi, let us learn how to make gujiyas/mawa gujiyas at our home and serve it with thandai, which is a delicious beverage. Gujiya, Karanji or Chandrakala is a…

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