Hershey’s “Perfectly Chocolate” Chocolate Chip Cookies

Hersheys Perfectly Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies

Hershey’s “Perfectly Chocolate” Chocolate Chip Cookies is the perfect answer to your dark chocolate cookie craving! It can’t get any better, oh well a triple chocolate cookie is better, still, this one is so yummy! When I picked up my list for Bakeathon, I wanted to make sure I cook from my cookbooks. Rajani had […]

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Hershey’s Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies

Hersheys Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies

Hershey’s Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies is adapted from the popular Hershey’s classic chocolate that is addictive and tastes out of the world. I adapted from the Hershey’s Chocolate Book to make this classic version. I got delayed and ended up baking it late night and had to refregirated to make it this morning. The cookies […]

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Chocolate Crepe | How to make Chocolate Crepe

Chocolate Crepe

Chocolate Crepe is a delicious crepe made with flour, milk chocolate with dark chocolate chips. This make a great breakfast or anytime snack for kids. Though I knew I could make this very quickly, over the weekend, I just couldn’t find enough time to make this. I finally to make it for the kids in […]

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Diwali Mixture | How to make Kara Boondi Mixture

Diwali Mixture

Diwali Mixture or this Kara Boondi is a wonderful savory you can make this festival season and enjoy. This is very much similar to the South Indian Mixture we make, only this is made slightly different and with lesser components added. Amma has a standard list of dishes that she makes for each Diwali and […]

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Murukulu ~ South Indian Chakli For Diwali

Murukulu

Murukulu or the south indian Chakli is a traditional indian deep fried snack made for Diwali, using a mix of different lentils. This Murukulu like the other Murukku or Jantikalu, makes a delicious snack for this festival season, to share and enjoy with family and friends. Amma always starts the Deepavali Savory preparation a week […]

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Sev Recipe | How to make Sev for Chaat

Sev Recipe

Traditional Savories like Murukku, Ompodi (Sev), Ribbon Pakoda are some of the dishes that Amma makes for many festivals apart from Deepavali. Its more like she feels she has to make this often for the kids to enjoy our Indian snacks. Krishna Jayanthi / Janmashtami / Gokulashtami is one of the festivals she observes and […]

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Maharashtrian Chakli

Maharashtrian Chakli is one of the popular traditional Indian Savories made during festivals. In Maharashtra, as with other states as well, these Chakalis are made during Diwali. I wanted to make for Ganesh Chaturthi and confirmed with Pradnya if they make it on other festivals too. She said though they mostly make this for Diwali, […]

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Walnut Praline ~ Easy Ice Cream Toppings

Walnut Praline

Walnut Praline is a quick and easy one to make when you want something crunchy or interesting to top your Ice creams. I wanted to make with Almonds, and ended up using walnut as I didn’t have my stock of almonds refilled. Praline is the french word where sugar is caramelized and nuts are added […]

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Rocky Mountain Brownie ~ Eggless

Rocky Mountain Brownies

Rocky Mountain Brownie is a rich decadent brownie baked with a combination of nuts and chocolates. In this version, I have made it eggless using a combination of yogurt and oil. Topped with assorted roasted nuts and chocolate chips. I know Brownie was a tough one to make these days as I seem to have […]

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Basic Truffle Recipe | How to make Dark Chocolate Truffle

Basic Truffle Recipe is so simple and easy to make, especially if you are using a Microwave for melting the chocolate compound. I never bother about using a double boiler for melting the chocolate chunks. Just ensure the compound is at room temperature and you have chopped the chocolate. This basic Truffle is part of […]

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Chinese Peanut Sesame Ginger Brittle

Chinese Peanut Sesame Ginger Brittle is much like our Indian Peanut Brittle, except it has ginger in it. After making it and Amma tasting it, she commented that she has tasted something like this before. So you may never know, some of the version might include sonti, the dry ginger version as well. This week […]

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