Ground Chicken Stuffed Msemen ~ Rghaif

Ground chicken stuffed msemen is a stuffed flatbread from Morocco. It is a soft flatbread served for breakfast or teatime snack. Theme of the Week The theme this week is stuffed flatbreads across countries and for the final day of this week’s blogging marathon, it is a Moroccan flatbread, ground chicken stuffed Msemen. The other […]

Banana Nut Bread ~ Martha Stewart’s Banana Bread

Banana nut bread is a dense bread cake made with ripe bananas. Today’s banana nut bread with sour cream is a rich and a moist bread by Martha Stewart. I followed the recipe to dot. It is a perfect bread to serve for breakfast, as a snack or during teatime. If one isn’t calories conscious, […]

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

Banana chocolate chip muffins are a great way to use up ripe bananas. These muffins are moist, yummy and made without butter. That was the first reason to pick the recipe. Though bakes with butter tastes lot tastier, in muffins I don’t mind oil at all. Few years ago I was part of a baking […]

Baked Omelet

The final recipe of the week for this month’s Cooking Carnival with Protein Rich Ingredients is baked omelet. I prepared the omelet just like the omelet on stove but instead of cooking it on stovetop in a pan, I baked it in a mini pie pan. The outcome was good, it tasted liked a souffle […]

Spicy Bombay Toast ~ Spicy French Toast

Welcome to 68th edition of blogging marathon and this edition is a month long marathon which we usually refer to as mega blogging marathon. As I mentioned in my announcement post, the theme for this month is cooking with an ingredient or a category for 26 days or cooking with one ingredient or a category […]

Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji

For this week’s three day blogging marathon, my theme is bhurji recipes. We usually associate bhurji with eggs, followed by paneer (Indian cottage cheese). For this month, Valli challenged us to cook variety of bhurji recipes, not necessarily with eggs. I initially thought of doing eggless bhurji recipes and later decided to include the eggs […]

Morning Glory Muffins

Last spring when I visited one of my cousin’s I borrowed couple of cookbooks from her. The main reason for borrowing the books was Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, though I have not cooked much from these cookbooks yet. I bookmarked a few recipes but did not get time to cook or bake anything from those […]

Lablabi ~ Chickpeas Soup from Tunisia

Lablabi or lablebi is a Tunisian chickpeas soup. It is a thin soup flavored with garlic, cumin powder, harissa and served with stale bread and poached egg. Lablabi is a popular street food and a common breakfast in Tunisia. It can easily be made at home with various garnishes and accompaniments. On the streets, hot […]

Chilaquiles from Mexico

Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican breakfast prepared with leftover tortillas. Bite size or wedges of tortillas are either deep fried or shallow fried and soaked in salsa until just soft. It is garnished with cotija cheese and served with eggs and black beans. Pieces of chicken and pork can also be added to chilaquiles. Salsa […]

American Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it is the least cooked meal in my kitchen. I usually eat cereal or oatmeal & Mr.U skips this meal most of the time. When I do end up cooking, it is usually upma, roti, poori or some sausages, bacon and eggs. When I was […]

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