Egg Curry ~ Kodi Guddu Kura

Egg curry with onion and tomatoes is a 15 minutes recipe. Great side dish for rice and Indian flat breads. For the third and final day of side dishes, it is an easy egg curry with tomatoes and onion. I do not follow a specific recipe for egg curry and throw in whatever is in […]

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 […]

Japanese Breakfast

We are into fourth week of Buffet on Table, month long marathon that I am doing with my blogging group. We have weekly themes for this month and the theme for this week is breakfasts from around the world. For the first day I have a Japanese breakfast. We were suppose to do this theme […]

Tamagoyaki ~ Rolled Japanese Omelet

Tamagoyaki is rolled omelet from Japan. This is a very popular breakfast and more common way of preparing eggs. Tamagoyaki is as popular in Japan as scrambled eggs are in the US. Tamagoyaki is thin layers of cooked eggs, rolled together into a log and cut into bite size pieces. Tamagoyaki is suppose to be […]

Spicy Petite Popovers

Few month ago I made rosemary popovers and both of us liked them. I made them again with various herbs and flavors. When I made those popovers, I bought a Nordic Ware petite popover pan. Today’s recipe came with that pan. I made this recipe couple of weekends ago when my 4 year old nephew, […]

Peanut Butter Cookies

This is the first time I baked peanut butter cookies. There were many recipes online and I followed a recipe from Food Network. Mr.U wasn’t really keen on tasting these cookies and I shared half the cookies with my cousin. Her husband is not very fond of peanut butter and he too did not taste […]

Yemeni Ka’ak

Today we travel to Yemen, an Arab state in southwest Asia. Sana’a is the capital and also the largest city in the country. Yemen is a culturally rich country with the influences from various civilizations. Yemeni cuisine is unique from Middle Eastern cuisine and also differs from region to region. Chicken, goat and lamb are […]

Korean Bibimbap

Today we are traveling to the Korean peninsula to taste some Korean cuisine. Korea is an East Asian territory that was divided into two sovereign states; North Korea and South Korea. This is one cuisine I decided I was going to do the moment the theme for this marathon was finalized and even before I […]

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