Mekitsi | How to make Bulgarian Fried Dough

For the second day of making Bulgarian Dishes, I have a deep fried flatbread called Mekitsi or Bulgarian Fried Dough. I think my country was almost decided when I read about this flatbread. I know one might wonder why to choose something one has already cooked. Sometimes I try certain dishes just to know how […]

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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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Cauliflower Tempura | How to make Cauliflower Tempura

We are starting yet another BM Edition today, with first week for BM# 53 being ‘Bring on Fritters’. When I picked up this theme, I actually was thinking about Batters, Breading and Coatings. I love that topic and always look out for doing dishes under this one. I enjoy knowing how each of these techniques […]

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Aloo Pie | How to make Trinidad Aloo Pie

For the second day of Pick one do 3 or Pick 1 from each, I have opted to pick one dish from each of the three lists I had given. Today it is going to be List of Potato Dishes.Now I am sure we already have so many potato dishes to talk about and so […]

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Bazlama Turkish Griddled Flatbread | How to make Bazlama

For the second day under International Flat bread I decided to make the Turkish yoghurt flat bread called as the Bazlama. After reading on the international breads, I concluded these look and taste just like our Indian versions mostly. The only difference could be our usage of wheat flour, while most other similar flat breads […]

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Piadina | How to make Piada Italian flatbread

We are starting the second week of BM#50, and I will be doing a theme on International Flat breads. While Indian Flat breads are one of my favorite themes, as you might have seen on the Roti Melas that I have hosted, I have always hesitated to take up on International Flat breads. There are […]

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Matar Kachori | How to make Peas Stuffed Pooris

For the second day of BM#48, weekend Brunch, I planned for yet another elaborate brunch. Sunday breakfast at home is either Appam with Tomato Kurma or Poori channa. I didn’t want to break the tradition and decided to make two different poori variety to make it even more elaborate. As always the breakfast is had […]

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