How to Crop Images for Making Collage

We are on the final day of BM56 Mega Edition featuring Buffet on Table. We choose to do a specific theme for each week, starting with Combo dishes, Indian States, Condiments, Breakfast across countries and finally ending it with Blogger’s choice. I chose to do three posts on Blogging 101. These tips and tricks are […]

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How To Resize An Image for Blog

Can’t believe this September rushed off so quickly! Guess we say this every time after a mega BM gets done. We spend almost 3 -4 months if not more, deciding on the themes for the Biyearly Mega BM that we do. This September Buffet on Table was no less exciting and I have been enjoying […]

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Onion Msemen | Moroccan Stuffed Onion Flatbread

We are on the final day of Breakfasts across the countries and this last one really eluded me till the end. Though I cooked it the day before yesterday, I was sure I will have enough time to write about it and write in detail.  It was one of the reasons why I have four […]

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Moroccan Msemen | Square Shaped Moroccan Pancakes

I decided to make the plain Msemen for the kids and served it with Honey Butter Syrup. I have made a separate post of making the Moroccan Pastry Dough, as I am planning on making the other types of Rghaif. This plain one turned out so delicious that one can simply eat it as such. And […]

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Moroccan Honey and Butter Syrup

For the plain msemen, Morrocans serve it with a Honey butter syrup. I was almost giving up on making this when suddenly I felt I had to make for the taste at least. It was good that I made.This butter tasted so delicious. The recipe was very simple, just heat butter in a pan, add honey […]

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How to make Rghaif | Moroccan Pastry Dough

When I started looking into the Moroccan flatbreads, I decided on making a Msemen. That led me to Rghaif, the pastry dough of Morocco. This dough is used as the base for many other flat-breads  Apart from being made plain, you can stuff these with variety of fillings, before it is folded and cooked. These […]

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Srilankan Pol Roti | Coconut Roti From Sri Lanka

For the fifth day of Breakfast across Countries, I am doing another flabread from our neighboring country, Srilanka.Though I haven’t read much on the country’s cuisine, from what I have seen on the blogs, I assume it to be closly related to our South Indian cuisines. While I am open to try new cuisines, taking […]

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Malaysian Roti Canai with Dhal Curry

For Day 4 under Breakfast across countries, I settled with Malaysian Roti Canai with Dhal Curry. I know this is again very much like the Parotta we make in South India and what I end up making atleast once a week. However the reason I was tempted to make this, was the recipe adaptation and […]

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