BM# 70: Week 4/ Day 3 Theme: Bookmarked Recipe Dish: Pumpkin Pancakes For the last day of this month’s Blogging marathon I made some pumpkin pancakes. With all the pumpkin recipes I have been posted all through November, I had some leftover puree that needed to be used up. So I found this vegan pumpkin pancakes recipe…
Gluten free pancakes made with homemade ancient grains flour and gluten free all-purpose flour. These pancakes are earthy, nutty and delicious.
Recipe to make Gluten free and Vegan Almond-Orange pancakes. Perfectly fluffy and soft pancakes in no time.
Recipe to make Instant Rabri. This instant rabdi is the easiest dessert you could ever make. Recipe uses bread to thicken this rabdi/ rabri. I also used evaporated milk to make even more quick. Rabdi can be served just as is or it can be served along with malpua or jalebi or falooda. Serve it chilled or at room temperature for a yummy yummy dessert.
This dish combines 2 of my kids favorites — chocolate and pancakes. Eating these feels like eating dessert for breakfast.
Pancakes filled with the goodness of multi grains. Make the multi grain flour once and store in an airtight container to make these yummy pancakes whenever you want.
Blinis or Russian Buckwheat pancakes are earthy and delicious. These pancakes are traditionally served with caviar or smoked salmon. You can also go with sweet toppings like cream cheese, jams or sour cream.
Soft & fluffy pancakes made with strawberries and chocolate and served with strawberry maple syrup. These pancakes are great to make for Mother’s day, so colorful and yummy!!
Mofo Gasy meaning ‘Malagasy bread’, which is made from a batter of sweetened rice flour poured into greased circular molds and cooked over charcoal. Mofo gasy is a popular street food in Madagascar served for breakfast food and is often eaten with coffee. In the coastal regions this mofo (or bread) is made with coconut milk and is known as mokary.
BM# 44: A-Z Cooking Series — Around the World in 30 days Country: V for Vietnam Dish: Crispy Rice & Mung bean Pancakes (Bánh Xèo) We are visiting Vietnam today. Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia and is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest and Cambodia to southwest. Vietnamese cuisine features a combination of 5 fundamental taste elements/ senses: spicy, sour, bitter, salty and sweet which sounds much like Indian tastes as well. Traditional Vietnamese cooking uses lot of fresh ingredients, minimum use of oil and relies on herbs and vegetables. Vietnamese food is considered as…