Omelette au Fromage | How to make French Style Cheese Omelette

Omelette au Fromage is the French Style of Cheese Omelette, made with a double dose of cheese, Parmesan, and Gruyere cheese added to eggs. If you don’t have guyere you can use processed cheese, that gets folded over the omelette. We are continuing the second day of cooking French Cuisine. While I had grand plans of […]

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Paneer Croissants | How to make Paneer Croissant Sticks

For the second day of Bite size Appetizers, I have a Stuffed Paneer Croissants. These are not your flaky buttery croissants, rather yeasted rolls. However these warm rolls are just right to lighten your time, when you are enjoying time party. In spite of blending in the paneer into the dough, I also stuffed it […]

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Arizona Cheese Crisp | How to make Cheese Crisp with Jalapeno

We are starting the final week of BM#53. I selected to make Tortilla Based Dishes from here. I have been so taken in by the Tortilla dishes, and have tried quite some before. Tortillas are either corn based or flour based. Basically these are just like our own rotis, though made with all purpose flour. […]

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Pappu Billalu | Chekkalu ~ Andhra Snack

For the Cooking from Cookbook Challenge this week, I have a recipe from the dairies of my Aunt. She shared this recipe for the Pappu Billalu, made differently from what we normally make. So it was a crunchy treat over the weekend, making this and enjoying a deep fried snack after a long time. Pappu […]

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Egg Fold-over with Chicken | Chicken Egg Roll

Egg Fold Over with Chicken is an easy and interesting dish as it has shredded chicken bits stuffed in. If you have some leftover chicken pieces, this can be easily done. Eggs always seem to hold more attraction than other meat dishes. Daddy used to say that for a nonvegetarian, even then there is nothing […]

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Shahjeera Pulao | Intro to Indian Cooking

Next in the series of “Learn to cook Indian Food”, I have this simple, yet flavoursome rice that makes a great pair for dal, or any gourmet gravy as well. As part of the series, I started with North Indian Cooking. There is a marked difference in the way rice is served in states of […]

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Chocolate Balls ~ Cooking without Fire

No Cook Chocolate Balls

Hope everybody had a wonderful start of the New year! I couldn’t miss sharing a delicious Chocolate dish for the first post of the year! When I made this couple of days back, I was so tempted to share this right away instead of keeping it for one of the themes for BM. This recipe […]

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