I first came upon this delightfull crunchy and salty coastal plant -Samphire -when I went into a tiny shop which sells some amazing fresh sea food on Marylebone Street on my way to the Daunt Book store ( click on the hyperlink to read that blog post)
I found it a supermarket aisle and had to bring it home! I had a few prawns remaining and…Continue
Added by Manjiri Kulkarni on June 15, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
What better way to celebrate the excitement surrounding the Olympics happening in London than sinking my teeth into a perfectly delicious soft Victoria Sponge Cake !
It's an easy recipe and the result left me feeling like so very happy !
I tried to read up online why it is called a ''Victoria'' Sponge cake and the apt answer seems that since Queen Victoria loved this soft cake with her afternoon tea ! So I am going to savour the cake and afternoon tea as I cheer myself hoarse…Continue
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I love this Flavourful Tandoori Marinade,you can make Paneer Tikka,Chicken Tikka,Veg Shaslik,Mix Grill,Tandoori Mushroom or any other Tandoori Flavoured Dish with this basic marinade.
Please do not worry if you do not have an oven,this Fish Tandoori tastes perfect even if you cook it on a regular pan.So simple right?
Added by Mittu Cooking Love on September 9, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
Uh-oh. I’m out with another secret family recipe! This is my mother’s famous breakfast/brunch recipe that everyone in my family and friends love. I grew up eating this dish on the weekends. It’s not your typical Ecuadorian bolon, but it did originate there. In Ecuador bolon…Continue
Added by Sherlly Ontiveros on April 4, 2012 at 10:13am — No Comments
My comfort-zone in cooking is Indian dishes. The masalas,spices, dry nuts, rice,coconut, cant think about a dish with out one of them. But I love to experiment food from other side of the world. Don"t know whether it is a strong point or weak point I do ended up in adding spices to it. (So now a days before cooking I lock my spice tins in a safe place…Continue
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This recipe also known as recipe beef tenderloin
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What better way than to start my postings with a refreshing welcome drink. This minty-lemony drink was
a huge hit in one of the parties we arranged for my husbands’ colleagues. Most
of whom who were used to colas got little hesitant to try out the green color
welcome drink. But after the first sip no one…
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When the weather is cold and we crave comfort food, this dinner is always a winner! I don’t remember where I first found the inspiration for this recipe but I do know that I’ve been making it for well, let’s say, over a couple of decades.
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Crazy! That’s what I thought my friend, Carol, was when she told me she was baking cookies after work and the main ingredient was potato chips.
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