BM# 71: Week 4/ Day 1 Theme: Christmas Meal Dish: Christmas Breakfast — Vegan Eggnog Pancakes We are starting the final week of Blogging Marathon for this year. My theme for this week is ‘Christmas Meal’. For the first day I have these fluffy Vegan Eggnog Pancakes that are perfect to make for Christmas breakfast. Eggnog is a traditional beverage that…
Maple pecan scones are easy to put together and are made 100% with natural sweetener. They are flaky and delicious.
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.
Recipe to make Chocolate Ricotta Muffins. These muffins have double dose of chocolate with cocoa powder and the chocolate chips. I have to say these are probably one of my favorite chocolate muffins too along with the kids because they are very moist, chocolaty and quite addictive.
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.
This month we are visiting Belgium for Food of the World event. Belgium is best known for its chocolate (one of the world’s best), waffles and beer. I wanted to make a vegetarian dish from Belgium, but didn’t find time to do my research. So I ended up making Belgian waffles for breakfast this past weekend. But contrary to what I thought, waffles in Belgium are not really breakfast food, they are more popular as casual snack food — usually bought from a bakery or a street stand. The waffles that North Americans think of as Belgian waffle is actually…
This month’s host of International Food Challenge, Saraswathi Tharagaram (Sara’s Yummy Bites) is taking us on a culinary tour of Bavaria region in Germany. Germany is located in Western Europe. The topography of the country is varied, and includes regions of deep forest and high mountains, as well as a wide valley surrounding the Rhine, Germany’s largest river. The highest mountain peak, the Zugspitze, lies on the border with Austria. Less than 3 percent of Germans are farmers, and the country must import much of its food. Apples, pears, cherries, and peaches, as well as grapes for wine production, are…
Blogging Marathon# 38: Week 3/ Day 2 Theme: One Dish, Different Countries Dish: Malaysia — Apam Balik Day 2 of BM# 38 and today I’ve Malaysian sweet pancakes for you. Apam Balik is a crispy thin pancake that is usually filled with sweetened peanuts. These are usually sold at specialist roadside stalls throughout Malaysia. Watch this video to see how expertly the guy makes apam balik. I especially like the technique he uses to take them off the pan.