Iyengar Bakery Style Khara Buns

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 […]

Cranberry Walnut Bread

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.

Banana Nut Bread

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 […]

German Potato Bread ~ Kartoffelbrot

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 […]

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 […]

No Knead Light Wheat Loaf

Last summer Valli and some of the blogging group members suggested having a new theme, Tame the Yeast, to encourage novice bread bakers like me to bake some breads and to tame the yeast. The first bread suggested was Varada’s No Knead Light Wheat Loaf. That month I did not participate in the marathon and […]

Herbed Oats Rolls

Welcome to week three of this month long baking marathon. For this week my theme is breads. First in this series are flavorful bread rolls from Mireille’s blog. This is the second bake I baked for this marathon back in late December. The idea was to serve it with some soup on that cold winter […]

Honey Oats Bread

Veena had suggested this honey oats bread for this month’s blogging marathon theme, tame the yeast. Though I am not part of this month’s blogging marathon, I wanted to bake the bread. Veena had made the recipe from Bakingdom and I followed that recipe. Veena had pretty much followed that recipe to T and so […]

Tomato Basil Loaf

My theme for this week is Tame the Yeast. This is the first time I am taking up tame the yeast theme for blogging marathon. This theme was introduced 3-4 months ago. I always avoided this theme as both of us are not very fond of breads. But when I saw the breads for this […]

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 […]

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