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Mocha Cream Pie with Nutty No-Bake Crust Recipe

BM# 74: Week 4/ Day 3 Theme: Kid’s Delight — Easter Treats Dish: Mocha Cream Pie For the last day of this month’s blogging marathon, I made this creamy and decadent Mocha Cream Pie. This recipe is from Art of Pie cookbook — as the name suggests this book is filled with amazing recipes for pie crusts…

Bread Pudding using Challah Bread

BM# 74: Week 1/ Day 3 Theme: Are you Pudding Me?? Dish: Bread Pudding using Challah Bread This phrase ‘Are you pudding me??’ makes me smile every time I read it — great choice of theme name Valli. So for the final day of this week’s blogging marathon I made a simple bread pudding using challah bread.…

Baked Eggs Fra Diavolo (Baked Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce)

Baked Eggs Fra Diavolo — The best part of this dish is that the tomato sauce can be made ahead of time and refrigerated. To make the dish, simply add the eggs and bake. Also these eggs can be baked in individual bakers or 1 large baking dish. The egg’s white solidifies, while the yolk is still runny — perfect opportunity for dipping bread. Serve with a little extra hot sauce on side.

Egg Biryani

My theme for week 2 of BM# 18 is Biryani/ Pulao. I probably make some kind of a rice dish at least once or twice a week. Fried rice or pulaos are great for a quick week night meal and are excellent when there are odds and ends of veggies lurking in the fridge. As I mentioned earlier, I consider myself a lazy cook and try to take short cuts when cooking which is a big reason why I don’t venture into making full-fledged biryanis (steps include marinating the veggies, par-cooking the rice, layering etc. etc..). But when I saw…

Egg salad with Caramelized Onions

Cole slaws, potato salads & egg salads are not highly preferred dishes for picnics since these are mayonnaise based and at higher temperatures mayo tends to go bad. But I could not stop myself from making this dish, since I love egg salad and caramelized onions and I was sure the combination of both would be delicious. I wasn’t wrong; the end result was creamy, yummy and irresistible. You could serve it as is or with bread, wrapped or sandwiched. I enjoyed it with bread as a late afternoon snack with whole-wheat bread. Recipe adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. That’s…

Quick & Easy Egg Curry

I am an EGG lover and so is my son and hubby. If it is left to my son and DH, they can eat eggs everyday and never complain. I make egg-fried rice for my son at least once a week if not more. With that kind of egg loving, I couldn’t pass up on this easy egg curry dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s cookbook, “At Home with Madhur Jaffrey”. Indian curries/ gravies usually need a lot of prep work and cook time, but this curry the gravy/ sauce is made in the blender and then cooked, which cuts down on…