Golden crust and soft delicate crumbs, this Roasted Garlic and Cilantro Bread is a NO KNEAD, easy YEAST bread that needs no stand mixer to prepare the dough. The flavor combination of roasted garlic with fresh cilantro is amazing and to that I added some chili flakes for mild heat. It’s a delicious any day bread to be enjoyed with soup, open toast or sandwich.
Crunchy filled with herbs and spices, these sourdough discard crackers have become our favorite teatime snack. It takes barely 5 minutes to preparethe dough, roll it, cut it as per your choice and then bake for 25 minutes. The sourdough flavors come though beautifully, and you can elevate it with other spices or fresh herbs of your choice. It is a great easy way to use the discard.
If you enjoy baking bread than you will definitely enjoy Sourdough Bread baking. First of all, it requires no kneading at all. And if you follow all the steps, you will find it easy. It does need time and it is this long time that helps to strengthen the gluten, making the texture of the sourdough bread so much better. And healtier!
Nankhatai are eggless shortbread cookies, flavored with cardamoms. Sometimes even saffron is also added. It is very popular in India and you can find it in neatly packed in big stores or stocked up in a glass jar in a local bakery. I always preferred the local bakery because Nankhatai tastes best when fresh.
This sourdough starter recipe is simple. I used two most commonly found flours in any kitchen – all purpose flour (maida) and wheat flour. The wheat flour that I used for my starter was atta/chapati flour that I get from Indian stores. You have to start this journey keeping one thing in mind - sourdough starter takes time to develop and strengthen. You cannot rush the process.
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.
Golden crust on the outside and soft on the inside, this QUICK and EASY No Knead bread had become my go-to bread. You don’t need a stand mixer, and unlike most recipes, this bread comes together very quickly. NO 12 Hours, just 2 hours of resting and 45 minutes of baking time. And as the name says, it calls for no kneading at all.
Crunchy on the outside and juicy inside, rustic golden spirals that make a centerpiece at every festival in India – Jalebi! People like it for breakfast and people like it for dessert. Some like it hot and crispy, others prefer it soft and at room temperature. It can be either served with sweet rabdi or with cold sour yogurt. It’s tough to not pick one when you see a pile of Jalebi gleaming in golden syrup.
It's amazing how I like to challenge myself in the kitchen these days. It's like a fun workout for me. Sometime the exercises ends in a fabulous result which makes my day a whole lot brighter and sometime, there are those bad times when I cry...almost like a kid! The unsuccessful experiment creates a disaster and mess in the kitchen that makes me really mad! But thankfully it makes me more curious and stubborn. Call it attitude if you may, but it helps me to finally nail the dish!
Most Indian kitchens would always have a spice rack with zillion colorful spices, multiple containers with different types of lentil, a huge container filled with wheat flour and definitely a white rice container. Typically! When it comes to utensils, you would always find a pressure cooker or two! Pressure Cooker might intimidate a lot of people but not an Indian wife. They have some kind of love towards them. My Mom has three of those.. different sizes and uses them almost every day. There is one in my kitchen too, hiding somewhere in some counter. I could never like those! Tough to…
This is how I like to categorize spicy food.. 'Spice Spicy', 'Gingery Spicy' and 'Chilly Spicy' :) All I need on my daily diet is a dish with lots of flavor and a hint of spice. However, there are days when I crave for nothing more than a super-spicy delicious homemade meal. Like chilly chicken or tom-yum soup or spicy chicken wings or roasted pepper dipping sauce. These kind of cravings mostly happen during cold winter.. Or when I have cold/fever and the medicines have killed my taste bud.