Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Friendship Day Giveaway!

CSN stores which operates many online stores that sell everything from dinnerware sets to furniture or fixtures- you name it, has offered a $40 gift certificate giveaway for my wonderful readers. Shopping with CSN is extremely covenient,  and a very satisfying experience, do check out their products.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Bhapa Doi- Steamed Yoghurt Dessert

Bhapa Doi is a Bengali dessert. Bhapa meaning steamed and Doi means yoghurt. My niece had tried it recently and declared it a must-have. I've followed the recipe exactly as she had given me and we truly relished it. Simple to prepare and delicious. Can also be given as one of the baby's first foods.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Plum Chutney

Gotta say this was one gorgeous looking chutney with a very unique taste! I followed the same recipe I had used for Tomato Chutney. Tastes fantastic with parathas.

Thursday, July 22, 2010


Today is a very special occassion for me as well as for Enriching Your Kid! My wedding anniversary and my first blogoversary as well.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Moong Wholemeal Tacos with ScrambledCottage Cheese-International Tacos Incident

Time for yet another International Party. Don't I love them now. I guess you are used to my Indian versions of what I bring to the party by now. This one was tough to crack I must say. Usually taco shells are made from tortillas which are usually made from white flour or cornmeal. I've prepared the shells puri style with added nutrition from the moong. Hope everyone at the party enjoys them.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Banana Flower with Moong

 Having posted about the Banana Flower I had an overwhelming response from all of you. Sharing with you my mom's recipe though I didnt manage to acquire the exact taste. You can serve it as a side-dish for rotis, rice or parathas.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Banana Flower

The banana tree is a wonder plant that every part of the tree is used for cooking purposes. Have you ever tried cooking the banana flower or banana blossom? Purple in colour, heart-shaped, it is commonly seen in the Indian markets where it is considered a vegetable.


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