For the last day of three days of region cuisine, I have a NY style pizza. My plan was to do NY hot dog but had to change the dish as there were no takers for it. When I decided to do the pizza, I didn’t realized the dough needs to be proofed/fermented for at […]
Jonna rotte ~ jowar ki roti is prepared in many Indian states and is not regional only to Telangana. It is a common preparation in rural areas. The first time I saw these rottelu made at home was few years ago when amma found out she was diabetic. Jonnalu ~ jowar ~ sorghum is gluten […]
Today I have a popular Bangalore Iyengar bakery style khara buns. These buns are savory and can be served for breakfast with some cream cheese or with butter. These can also be served as an after school snack or for dinner. From what I have read, the popular way of serving it is with butter […]
After a one day break, we resume the second week of Buffet on Table, month long blogging marathon. The theme for this week is Indian states. For the next 6 days, I will be posting a recipe(s) from one state a day for next 6 days. In 6 days I will be doing 6 different […]
Makki de roti is a very common preparation in Punjab and is usually served with some ghee (clarified butter) and saag, specially sarson da saag. Makki ki roti is prepared with corn or maize flour. Corn flour used for this preparation is not the same corn flour that is used to thicken the gravies in […]
Today we move on from Rawalpindi in Punjab, Pakistan to Punjab India. For the third combo of the week, I have one of the most famous food combos from the state of Punjab, sarson ka saag with makki ka roti. This combo is favorite among the locals in Punjab, both in India & Pakistan. Saag […]
For the last day of this month long baking marathon, I have a sweet bread with cranberries and nuts. Couple of weeks ago I was looking for muffin recipes for my third week theme and found this one. Later I found strawberry muffin recipe and opted to bake that instead.
Pide are Turkish flat bread shaped like a boat. The filling used is spinach, feta and onion. I first came across these pide when Varada posted it last Fall. I bookmarked and recipe and wanted to bake for this marathon. I completely forgot about it until I saw Pavani’s post.
When the theme for this BM was finalized, I made a list of recipes I want to bake and also made a list of cakes & muffins I could bake in India during my stay there. My older nephew like any child of his age loves cakes and muffins. The plan was to bake at […]
Today is the 14th day of this baking marathon and can’t believe we have reached half way mark. To check out all the recipes I have posted thus far, check here. Coming to today’s bake, fourth bread in this week’s bread baking series, I have a German potato bread that I bookmarked when Priya posted […]