Crispy on the outside and light airy inside these deep pockets Belgian Waffles is our family favorite! There are two key method and a couple key tips to make the perfect Belgian Waffles Restaurant Style. I have explained all that in detail along with a video.
Gnochhi is a variety of pasta that consists of dough dumplings and the dough can be prepared with several things, like semolina, cheese, flour and potatoes. Potato gnocchi is the most popular variety and if made properly it’s a treat to your palate. Today I am sharing with you a detailed video and key steps on how to make fluffy potato gnocchi with 9 tips.
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Dimer Dalna is the ultimate Bengali Egg Curry prepared with boiled eggs that are fried and then cooked with onion, potatoes, tomatoes and earthy spices. It tastes best with rice but occasionally I don’t even mind it with Indian bread on the side. Often this dish is prepared with duck eggs but I went with just our everyday favorite chicken eggs. The curry barely takes 30 minutes from start to finish and it’s a hearty comforting meal you will enjoy any day!
Raspberry Eton Mess is a delicious easy summer dessert that will just melt in your mouth. Marshmallowy Meringue cookies that are roughly crushed and layered with whipped cream and fresh raspberry. Eton Mess has a beautiful balance of texture and a favorite to people with big sweet tooth.
Gently jiggling, sitting on a pool of dark caramel sauce! The contrast of this rich eggy custard with the faintly burnt taste of caramel is what makes crème caramel or flan so special. Glossy, shiny and so smooth that every bite just slides across your tongue. Called as Crème Caramel in Italy and flan in Spain, it is a simple baked custard with caramel topping.
We all have those weekends when you want to make something that looks fancy and not so ordinary. You want to wow your family but at the same time, you feel just so lazy to stand by the stove for making something fancy. Well, on those days, you can make this Egg and Spinach Baked Avocados. It’s easy, quick and I think it looks mighty lavish!
For several years now, I have gawked and drooled at several Dutch pancakes in Pinterest. While the recipes always looked easy, I was somehow intimated. I was worried that it won’t puff up and all my sweat would go waste. So, even though it’s almost as easy as pancakes, something that I make quite often, it took me quite a while to prepare Dutch baby pancakes.
She finely chopped some onions, tossed it with spices, poured tomato puree, allowed it cook for a while and then cracked a few eggs on top! I stood there, watching my roommate, as she effortlessly made our late night dinner. It was probably a version of Shakshuka that she was preparing but neither of us knew. In terms of cooking, that phase of my life was completely different. I had just moved out of home and knew absolutely nothing about cooking, let alone pull a meal together. I was just lucky to have lived with this amazing roommate who not…
For someone who loves colors, it’s quite odd to not enjoy the festival of colors Holi! As a kid, I used to hide in my Mom’s kitchen pantry almost the entire day, terrified of those multicolor faces. Some years, Holi used to fall right on my birthday, making it double difficult for me. The fear lasted for a very long time. The very first time I stepped out to play Holi was in my 20s. It was ok. I was not as thrilled as others. Somehow, it never became my favorite festival. Although that never stopped me from celebrating the…
When you cook every day, mostly twice a day, it’s easy to get lost in the refrigerator, gawking and trying hard to get some kind of inspiration. It happens with me quite often, especially in the middle of the week. Even though I don’t plan the meals to a great detail, I still kind of roughly sort it out in my mind and do my grocery shopping accordingly. In spite of that, at times, I am out of veggies and out of ideas. Those days, I always ALWAYS go for egg curry. It’s like a routine!
I was singing to our baby ‘humpty dumpty sat on a wall…’ and Arvind goes “papa grabbed it fast enough, so it doesn’t fall …” Eh!! I looked at him with an exclamation mark hovering up my head. He as usual smiled, gave few eye gestures and ultimately gave up. ‘Egg curry for lunch?” he said, “Ohhh now I get it…” What can I say guys; I can be really dumb at times. We laughed out loud and our baby stared at us in utter shock! His big eyes turned bigger, mouth wide open; two tiny baby teeth in lower…