Flammekueche a la Spud | Potato Pizza with Rosemary

Next, in the series of flatbread, I have a fusion dish from the Alsace region called the flammekueche (flatbread pizza). The original dish is not a fusion, meaning flammekueche is a thinly rolled bread dough spread with crème fraîche, onion, and bacon and traditionally baked in wood-fired ovens. However, the recipe I referred was a […]

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Turkish Gozleme | Turkish Flat Bread with Potato and Cheese

We are starting the last week in our Cooking Carnival, the September Mega Marathon. I have been doing Potato as One Ingredient theme all of this month, with each week with a subtheme featuring Potato as the star ingredient. I have done Fries and Chips, Starters, Gravies and Breakfast for the past four weeks. For […]

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Tortilla | How to make Spanish Omelette

So for the second day of doing Breakfasts with one ingredient from different countries, I have something from Spain. It’s called the Tortilla not to be confused with the Mexican Tortillas. These Spanish Tortillas are typically prepared with eggs and potatoes. These are also called as Spanish omelette. In Spanish cuisine, it is called as […]

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Llapingachos | How to make Ecuadorian Potato Pancakes

For the fourth day of Tea Time Snacks, I have patties or a pancake as it is referred from Ecuadorian cuisine, Llapingachos. I looked up this dish and had a couple of references, however, I went to this source, where it is mentioned that Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos) are a traditional Ecuadorian dish.  These are potato pancakes […]

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Vegetarian Paella | How to make Spanish Vegetarian Paella

We are starting the fourth week of BM#61 and for day 1, I have chosen to share an easy Vegetarian Paella, from Spain. During our International BM, I ended up bookmarking quite a few dishes for each country. Since I had an interesting Chocolate drink finalized, , I couldn’t make this rice dish. Then I […]

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Creamy Corn Broccoli Fusilli

For the second day of cooking pasta for kids, I made an instant snack with Fusilli and some vegetables. With school being closed for over 10 days now, kids are so bored and being unable to cook anything different, Konda got so bugged and said she will not eat dosa or sambar for next unaccountable time.  […]

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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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