Tangzhong or water roux is a cooked mix of flour and water used in breadmaking. It makes the bread softer and increase its shelf life. I fell in love with the pillow soft breads from the Asian bakeries years back. Most of the major Asian markets here have a bakery and restaurant attached, and the …
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Find out how to make the sweet sourdough starter commonly known as ‘Herman’. It is used in friendship breads, cakes and many other baked and fried treats. Baking with Herman is really a treat.
Dark frothy filter coffee is a south India passion. Sip it out of a tiny steel glass for if you ever get a chance. The reasons choose cup are many ..
Ghee is the preferred choice of fat in cooking many curries and other dishes. It is believed to have many beneficial properties compared to other cooking oils and fats. Making ghee at home is a simple and easy process and the rewards are absolutely worth it.
The one last giveaway for this year. Kitchen aid and accessories is something any home cook can always use !!!
Try these healthier spicier version of popular Diwali snacks. These can be prepared ahead of time and travels well and stays fresh for few days.
Welcome to ‘Choctoberfest 2018’ – a week long blogging event featuring chocolate. Check out the recipes and other ideas from bloggers and have all your chocolate cravings satiated here!
When dealing with recipes around the world or just an old one from the box in the attic, you might find yourself staring at confusing terminology. Celsius, Fahrenheit , Gas Mark and simple terms like hot, very hot are all used to describe the oven temperature. Here is an over view of what it all means and the commonly used temperatures and its equivalents.
Hard to believe it is almost 2018 !!! Here is something for the New Year’s Eve party – 5 absolutely fun mocktails from a few of my favorite food bloggers. These are drinks that you can safely share all night long, along with the usual suspects. These are perfect if you are throwing …
All right, Its time to get cooking outside … because it’s #CookoutWeek 2017! Well we are in for a busy summer this year, but that does not mean that we is no reason to stay away from charcoal (or propane), is it ? . This week, I’m joining forces with over 40 food blogger …