Corn Burger | How to make Corn Patty Burger

Corn Burger

Corn Burger is a quick and delicious burger that you can make for July 4th Picnics. As per wiki, “Independence Day, also referred to as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago on July 4, 1776.” […]

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How to make Mango Granita

Mango Granita

Mango Granita is the next one on the Frozen Desserts for Kids. I made this couple of days before, yet just couldn’t get to click pictures. After a hurried click, I gave this to the kids and they enjoyed it saying it tastes so much like the ones we get in shops in popsicles. I made […]

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Lekach | Honig Lekach from Germany

Lekach or Honig Lekach is a German spongy cake made with honey, apple along with many other spice powders. This sponge cake or tea cake has an interesting story behind it, which also sort of becomes appropriate for today. This cake is made for Jewish New Year or natively referred as Rosh Hashanah. I came […]

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Eggless Carrot Cake

Eggless Carrot Cake is one of those delicious cakes that you can make and enjoy during your holidays. Today’s version is made especially for Easter and supposed to be Easter special. I love Carrot cake and have made a couple of other versions. All are eggless and the best one that I simply love is this […]

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Dibba Rotti | Dibba Roti Andhra Breakfast

Dibba Roti has become one of our frequent meal to make, especially during Saturday. The recipe I am sharing today from Amma’s dairy that she had noted down many years ago. The other Dibba Rotti is made differently and after the initial introduction, this dish has become our regular. Since I realized that Hubby dear […]

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Crisp Rösti Potatoes

Rösti

Next in the Breakfast series is Rösti or Röschti, a Swiss dish made with grated potatoes and eaten as a breakfast dish. For making Rosti, we need to grate the potatoes as long strips and mix it with grated onions and garlic. Since you have to cook the rosti on a pan over low heat […]

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Dalcha Recipe | How To Make Dalcha

Dalcha

Dalcha can easily be called a silent killer. Yes famous among its peers yet not so well known outside its crowd. While everybody knows and raves about Biryani, not many may know how important a dalcha is, when you talk about Biryani. Especially when it’s a nonvegetarian biryani. Growing up in a nonvegetarian family I […]

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