Snacks

Spinach Balls

Spinach Balls

If you think beer and pigs in a blanket are the only decent football food, you have another think coming! Nutty Parmesan plays nicely with herby stuffing and slightly bitter greens for perfect appetizer Spinach Balls, great for gourmet Game Day grub, Oscar-watching or Olympics-watching. Get the Recipe: Spinach Balls

Orangish Chocolatish Cinnamon Rolls

Orangish Chocolatish Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls were in my baking list from a long time but don’t know why I never made them though I really really love them, in my opinion they are one of the perfect treats to enjoy with coffee and they fit in so well in the breakfast, brunch and tea time menu, they are soft, fluffy, buttery and full of cinnamon. Ingredients: For the rolls: 1 ¾ Cup all-purpose flour 1 Cup whole wheat flour 3 tbsp granulated…

Simply Hummus

Simply Hummus

These days I am kinda obsessed with Mediterranean dishes, I feel there is something succulent about subtle and aromatic Mediterranean flavors, you just can’t have enough of it. Like Baba Ganoush, Hummus is also another Mediterranean dip made out of humble ingredients – chickpeas, olive oil and tahini (sesame paste). Hummus is an Arabic word for “chickpeas” and the dip is pop…

Mediterranean Delight Falafel

Mediterranean Delight Falafel

This Falafel recipe is my idea of tasty, comfort food – just load up the tortillas with falafel, grilled veggies and tuck in!!! These versatile chickpea patties can be served just like that with any spicy dip or make a great vegetarian filling for tortillas and pita breads. Falafel is a common dish eaten throughout the Middle East, usually made of chickpeas, fava beans or both. I usually love to tuck i…

Thai Style Chicken Satay

Thai Style Chicken Satay

Satay is one of the most popular street food in Asia, is a dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce, from beef satay to chicken satay and an entire range of seafood satay, is being served at these hawker centers. I love satay because one need not to sit at one particular place and enjoy it, with satay skewer in one hand you can sneak peak into other stalls and take a look around the entire mar…

Raisin and Rosemary Mini Scones

Raisin and Rosemary Mini Scones

A traditional Scottish quick bread, scones are welcome as a treat for breakfast or as a teatime snack with a cup of hot and steaming tea. Scones are easy to master, and make simple but mightily delicious teatime treats. Scones come in many sizes and flavors, sometimes I bake those classic quadrant shaped scones and recently when I was on an experimental mood I baked these British Savory Bite Size Scones with…

Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter “Browndie”

Talking about these gorgeous Browndies, now you must be thinking what the hell is Browndie, so here’s the story for you… When I put them in the oven for baking till then they were suppose to be Blondies but then I got a call from my friend and by the time I checked my oven these ladies looked nowhere near Blondies, when my husband asked me what you made today so I thought for a minute and said Browndie =…

Red Harissa

Red Harissa

Harissa is a hot and explosive Moroccan Dip made of loads of variety of chilies and pepper, commonly served in Mediterranean restaurants. Harissa has its roots in Tunisia and slowly it’s popularity reached Libya, Algeria and now Morocco. Ingredients: 1 red bell pepper, whole 10-15 dried long red chilies 4 – 5 small red chilies 3 – 4 cloves garlic Salt, as per taste 1 tsp cumin seeds, roa…

Granola Bars

Granola Bars

Granola Bars are nothing but Granola cut into different shapes, so that one can enjoy them during any given time of the day. Granola Bars are the powerhouse of energy that’s why it is preferred by those who are hiking, trekking or camping because it is lightweight, high in calories, and easy to store though simple Granola can also be enjoyed as a cereal with a glass of milk or coffee but again that can be d…

My Grandma's Angel Biscuits

My Grandma’s Angel Biscuits

These tender, buttery flaky biscuits melt in your mouth. Perfect for breakfast smeared with jam, serving alongside soup or stew, or just slathered in butter by themselves, they’ll have you fighting your family just to eat the last one! Get the Recipe: My Grandma’s Angel Biscuits

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