Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikkis

Tawa Tikki Burger

Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikki are easy to make Burgers with Tikkis that make a filling meal anytime. These delicious Cashew Almond Tikkis were easy to make and since we used a store bought burger buns, it was a quick meal to fix. This is for the BM#84 Week 3, where I am […]

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Xiaodianxin from China | Chinese Almond Cookies

Xiaodianxin means cookies in Chinese and for their Lunar New Year, they make these almond cookies to bring good luck. I seem to have baked quite a few new year related bakes, hoping to bring in loads of luck. These Almond cookies can be prepared with either Almond meal or Almond flour. Almond flour is […]

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Weihnachtsstollen from Germany | Dresden Christmas Loaf

Stollen is a traditional German fruit bread, usually eaten during the Christmas season, when it is called as Weihnachtsstollen (after “Weihnachten”, the German word for Christmas) or Christstollen (after Christ)- Wiki. When I picked up this dish, it didn’t strike me the incident I had with this Stollen many years ago! The main identifying factor […]

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Umm Ali | Bahraini Bread Pudding

Umm Ali also called Om Ali is a popular dessert from the Middle East. This is baked puff pastry with condensed milk, cream and nuts. This is also the national dish of Egypt. I came about this recipe from this site, however, I also found this in various other middle east blogs, which has such […]

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Tahini and Almond Cookies from Israeli

Tahini and Almond Cookies are from Israeli and the source I referred talks about store bought Tahini paste vs homemade. I guess as an Indian, with an exposure to both Andhra and Tamil cuisines, Sesame seeds is a staple and using it in various dishes is as common as many dishes. Maybe that is one […]

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Sekerpare | Eggless Turkish Soft Cookies in Sugar Syrup

Eggless Sekerpare from Turkey is my choice for S. These soft cookies are soaked Sugar Syrup. I was planning to make these on Friday, time simply passed and I finally ended up baking it only today. I adapted these from Sandhya’s, however mine were not completely dry though, even after drying it for a while. […]

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Qurabiya from Iran

Qurabiya or Ghorabiye is an Iranian shortbread type of biscuits made with ground almond. These cookies are supposed to have originated from Persia and made with almond flour, sugar, egg white, fat and nuts. The recipe is very simple and straight forward, though I came across a couple of different versions, claiming to be the […]

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Kugelhopf | Savory Kugelhopf Bread

I made a Savory Kugelhopf Bread for today! A Kugelhopf is a yeasted cake, traditionally baked in a Bundt mold. It is popular in a wide region of Europe, including southern Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Alsace. I could have taken this under any of the countries, just choose Germany. Kugelhopf is […]

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Oliya ~ Rice Yogurt Pudding

Oliya

Oliya is a traditional rice based sweet dessert prepared during Holi in Rajasthan. This is a flavoured, sweetened yogurt rice and has a creamy consistency like pudding. I read about this dessert when Suma had recently posted all Rice dishes for the September Mega BM. When I read this recipe, I immediately knew what my […]

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Basundi Recipe | How to make Basundi

Basundi

B for Basundi – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets For B, I had some options like Besan Ladoo, Besan Rava Ladoo, Besan Burfi, all of which were already done. I was left with Basundi, which is supposed to be a popular Maharashtrian dessert. However, as with all Indian Sweets, this is popular in all states. When […]

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