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23 December, 2019

Apple-Pumpkin Crumbles Muffin

Posted in : Baking, Breakfast, Christmas, Continental, Gluten Free, Smoothies on by : sujeesha
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Did you say “Muffin”?? Yes I did!!!! And Apple-Pumpkin Crumbles Muffins are even better than any muffin. 🙂 These Apple-Pumpkin crumbles muffins adopted from a recipe from whatsinthepan.com are to dieeeeee for! Simple ingredients available in the pantry and are perfect for Christmas morning breakfast. Counter to oven in literally 15 minutes and that’s definitely
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23 October, 2017

Broccoli and Peppers Frittata

Broccoli and Peppers Frittata
Posted in : Baking, Breakfast, Christmas, Continental, Diabetic, Egg, Gluten Free, Heart Healthy, Low Calorie, Low Fat, Paleo, Quick & Easy, Whole30 Breakfast on by : sujeesha

This stir-and-bake frittata recipe is so easy to make, its a no-brainer. Best part about making frittata is that you can throw in whatEver you have left in your fridge and it will turn out delicious. I’m on my Whole30 diet, so have not added cheese which is a main part of frittatas. I don’t
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11 October, 2017

Coconut Flan (Island style)

Coconut Flan (Island style)
Posted in : American, Asian, Baking, Christmas, Desserts & Sweets, Egg, Island Recipes, Mexican, Pacific Island food, Party, Thanksgiving on by : sujeesha
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Flan is the easiest dessert you can make and this variation with coconut adds a twist to this wonderful dessert. I have not added any sugar to the custard because condensed milk and sweetness from coconut cream is good enough. I have seen some people add more eggs, but those flans turn out too eggy
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22 August, 2017

Naan

Naan
Posted in : Baking, Bread, Dinner, Diwali, North Indian, Party, Ramadan, Vegetarian on by : sujeesha
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Indian meal at a restaurant is not complete unless you have your generous dose of tandoor-cooked bread called “Naan”. Many of us think making naan at home is impossible without a clay oven, but believe me, oven range works just fine. Two essential items that are needed to make the best naan at home (atleast
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13 June, 2017

Flan – 2 (lets make some caramel sauce)

Flan – 2 (lets make some caramel sauce)
Posted in : Asian, Baking, Chamorro, Continental, Desserts & Sweets, Egg, Filipino, Latin American, Pacific Island food, Party, Thai on by : sujeesha
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Flan is a very simple dessert, the origin of which is claimed by different countries. A Portuguese friend of my taught me the traditional method of making flan and its the bomb. I use less eggs than most recipes out there because i don’t like my flan too eggy. Don’t be intimidated by the caramel
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11 April, 2010

Egg Puffs

Posted in : Baking, Egg, Kerala, Party, South Indian, Tamil Nadu on by : sujeesha

Ingredients: Puffs pastry sheets – 2Eggs – 2(hot boiled, shelled and cut in half)Egg – 1(beaten)Onion(small) – 1(finely sliced lengthwise)Tomato(small) – 1 dicedGinger-garlic paste – 1/2 tspChili powder – 1/2 tspCoriander powder – 1/2 tspTurmeric powder – 1/2 tspGaram masala – 1/4 tspPepper powder – 1/4 tspCurry leaves – 1 sprig(roughly chopped)Coriander leaves – handful(roughly
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