I had quite a difficult time coining the title for this post. I was wondering how to classify this Almond Coconut Fudge as? Dessert or snack or just a sweet? No matter how i call it, there s no beating this no brainer vegan recipe. And i never knew before this that almonds and coconut can stay married so blissfully in a fudge.
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March 3, 2014
My love for ridge gourd is sort of invincible as you can see here. Very rarely, when i decide that its going to be rice for dinner, i prefer making simple dishes to go with hot steaming rice and then round it off with some curd rice. It s on one of those days that i made this simple mash or stew with ridge gourd. It doesnt call for fancy ingredients and can be made with whatever you have in the pantry. Well, you must have ridge gourds on hand of course. Any other vegetable cant be subbed in this recipe.
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February 27, 2014
If you live in a tropical country like i do, you may not have much trouble making yogurt at home. Its only during winters that making set curd or yogurt at home is a little tricky. However, if you live anywhere else where the mercury dips too low, then making yogurt can be pretty challenging. The idea of buying store bought yogurt simply doesnt appeal to me because of the wisdom that has been imparted to me about making yogurt at home. Honestly, if you keep in mind simple things while you make a batch of yogurt, then you will find that you have been throwing away money on those cups that you ve picked up from the supermarket shelves. Besides, nothing can beat homemade yogurt.
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February 25, 2014
I ve said this before and i m going to say it again. I hate corn. Period. So, then you all may be wondering, why on earth am i posting this ridiculously simple yet mind blowing spicy corn on the cob recipe. The reason is well, i decided to make an exception to this one snack that has corn and i have a husband that loves corn. Lets not forget my dear readers out there who have a fetish for corn too.
The last week when i hit the farmers markets, i discovered ears of golden corn, freshly picked and displayed so beautifully that even an avid corn hater like me had to pick up a few. Well, i bought some and that s how this spicy corn on the cob actually happened. Technically, its not even a recipe. Well, sort of a recipe but more of a DIY. Do you really care about the nitty-gritties?
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February 17, 2014
I often embark on crazy adventures, especially in my kitchen. That s how i made these sprinkles at home. The place where i live is not a baker s paradise. So finding fancy sprinkles and cake toppers have always been difficult. While i manage to get all the rudimentary stuff some where near my house, i have to travel almost an hour and a half if i ever run out of sprinkles. Not that we are big sprinkle fans. But, still.
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