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 Orange Tea Cake ~ Tea Time Cakes

Eggless Orange Tea Cake is a delicious cake made using fresh Oranges and Orange Marmalade. I have anotherĀ Orange Tutti Frutti CakeĀ that we all enjoyed and this one joins the Tea Cake club This is part of the day 2 of Seasonal Special of BM#71 Sending this to my Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Srividhya, […]

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Papas Rellenas | How to make Cuban Potato Balls

This is really such a delayed post. This was the complicated starter that I planned. I had to drop the other one that was planned as well. Papas Rellenas is a peru starter and commonly made in near by areas as well. This Cuban version is actually made with meat. I made it vegetarian by […]

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Bread Potato Bonda | How to make Bread Potato Balls

For the second day of Tea Time Snacks, I have yet another starter made with potato similar to the Bonda I made for yesterday. I know I was quite surprised myself when I realised that I was yet to share the simplest Bonda. I was chuckling when I read my fellow buddies comments. I guess […]

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Bonda | How to make Aloo Bonda | Urulai Kilangu Bonda

We are into our Day 4 of Cooking Carnival, September Mega BM, where each of us is either cooking one ingredient or Category for entire month or 5 ingredients / 5 Category this month. I decided to club both the clauses by picking up one ingredient and doing 5 different categories through this month. What’s […]

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Baked Mathris | How to make Low Cal Baked Mathris

For the second day of Baked Snacks, I made some Mathris, the Indian version of Crackers. I have made different types of crackers or Mathris, however when it was time to make some baked snacks for kids, I immediately remembered what Usha had made recently for Bakeathon.  While reading all the Bakeathon posts, I decided […]

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Urad Dal Bonda | Biskut Ambade ~ Udupi Special Recipes

For the final day of Tea Time Snacks, I have a Urad Dal Bonda, known as Biskut Ambade in the Mangalore Udupi Regions. The recipe is from here and the beautiful pictures prompts you to make it right then! I cooked this as part of the Udupi Special feast and enjoyed it so much. Though […]

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Thatta Payaru Vadai

For the second day of Tea Time Snacks, I have a Andhra Special Alasanda Garelu which incidentally is also prepared in Tamil Nadu. As I always think, one dish gets popularised by some states and it becomes famous for that particular state. Whereas the same ingredient and dish would still be prepared in other places, […]

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Palak Pakora | How to make Easy Spinach Onion Fritters

We are starting yet another BM Edition, #58. For the first week I will be doing Tea Time Snacks. All those decilious snacks that you cook to serve during Tea and while its not a custom that we follow at home, I do remember Amma making an effort to dish out some sinful Tea Time […]

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