- Will have to post on all 7 days without fail
- Should follow the accepted theme all 7 days, meaning if you choose one topic like Rice, you should post all rice based recipes all 7 days.
- Should link to the Blogging Marathon page.
- Should actively give feedback on others post.
This will only have to be with rice. You can use leftover rice or rice that you had already cooked, but essence is you got to make the rice in short 15 – 20 mins at the max. Simple quick Rice dishes that are kid friendly to be packed for Lunch. This has to be approved by a kid. (Age under 15 max) I don’t normally prefer to use leftover rice for kids, so soaking and cooking takes place over the early hours of the day. The actual cooking of the rice dish takes about 10 – 15 mins max.
Menu Planning : Party for huge crowd
Are you good at planning for a crowd of 20 or more? Then this is the theme you can select to share how you do. It can include right from Planning for the menu and can includes posts on preps and other things you can do ahead before the big day. Since one single post will be too much of information you can do menu planning which includes how you arrived at the menu, age group involved, preparations you did for each dish etc. If you had done menu planning for parties that you hosted for huge crowd, then do share your experience on how to organize.
Seven Days of Kabab
Kababs are those classic starters that can entice anybody. For better understand of what I mean by Kabab, check out Wiki. You can basically make anything and everything that’s listed over there!
Kid’s Delight: Eggless or Vegan Bakes
This month’s Kid’s Delight is hosted by Priya Suresh and she wants us to bake something that’s either Eggless or Vegan. It need not be both, either of that is just fine I guess. It can be sweet or savory but make sure you bake something Eggless or Vegan. (She will update the post with exact rules)
Seven Days of Rasam
Then in the series of learning one course an edition, comes Rasam. Imagine I only make one variety. Though I love the varieties this course of meal has, I have somehow never attempted at it.
Seven Days of Chips
I refer to the edible chip of course! As per definition I guess chips will refer to Potato chips, Banana chip, Chocolate chip, Corn chip, or Tortilla chip.
From the technical aspect of chocolate chip being made at home, we can ignore that for this theme. But you may also include other ingredients that are cooked or baked in the same methodology. Like baking a roti into a chip etc.
The chip can be deep fried, baked or whatever method of cooking you can think of. It should be a chip that can be dipped or munched as such.