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 […]

Mushroom Tofu Sandwich Wrap

Tortilla in Spanish means small torta or small cake. Tortillas were originally made with corn flour and nowadays even wheat flour tortillas are equally popular. It is said that exiled Spanish Jews did not consider cornmeal to be kosher and made tortillas with wheat flour. Tortillas are similar to roti or chapathi. These are a […]

Spicy Pizza Bread

Last year when Veena posted spicy pizza bread, I immediately bookmarked the recipe to my April 2015 marathon folder. Her bread was colorful and looked very flavorful. I made the bread twice, first day I messed up a bit and ended up making two loaves. Since I messed up the first day, I made it […]

Corn, Bell Pepper and Cheese Toasties

Today I have a quick and easy recipe from Sanjeev Kapoor’s Khana Khazana. This is similar to bread canapes I posted sometime back with mixed vegetables. Today it is with a mixture of corn & green bell peppers. I mention this every time I post a corn recipe and I am going to repeat it […]

Ham Mushrooms Cheese Puffs

For the second day of evening snacks, I have ham mushrooms cheese puffs from Puff Pastry website. I tweaked the recipe a little to my taste. The puffs were tasty but felt I could have added a little more spice. Ham is salty and I did not feel the need to add any salt to […]

Bell Peppers Gram Flour Stir Fry ~ Capsicum Besan Kura

For the second day of the marathon I am cooked with color green. When I was brainstorming recipes for this theme, all the recipes I could think of were with green color ingredients. I had jotted down so many recipes for this color and picking a recipe from that list was not a difficult task […]

Dish It Out: Paneer/Tofu & Bell Pepper Roundup

I would like to thank Vardhini for giving me the opportunity to host this event. I received 23 mouth-watering recipes for this event and thank you everyone for sharing & linking your recipes to the event. Here is the round-up. Bon Appetit! Here are a few archived recipes from my blog with paneer/tofu & bell […]

Bell Pepper Paneer Curry ~ Kadai Paneer

Paneer is an Indian cheese and is often known as Indian cottage cheese. It is used extensively in North Indian kitchens and has also become quite popular in South Indian kitchens in recent years. It is a good source of protein & calcium. Every Wednesday’s, I do not eat meat and prepare something with tofu […]

Capsicum & Paneer Rice ~ Bell Pepper & Indian Cottage Cheese Rice

After posting one biryani & one pulao recipe, for the last day of the marathon I am sharing a recipe that falls under the other rice varieties category. In the other varieties of rice, the rice is fully cooked, then seasoned and/or tempered with spices to enhance the flavor of rice. When I announced the […]

Mexican Rice ~ Spanish Rice

Today is the last day of the marathon and I can’t believe it is already over! When we started the marathon, I had second thoughts of the theme I picked and to my surprise, of all the themes I have done so far during the marathons, I enjoyed this the most. Also, to this edition […]

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