Mudakkathan Keerai Soup | Simple Herbal Soup

Mudakkathan Keerai or Balloon vein leaves is the greens that I picked up a couple of weeks back at the greens vendor @ the farmer’s market. It was the last bunch so I knew they were in demand.I had in mind a few recipes to try with it, so got the bunch and set out…

Libyan Herb Bread – Khubzah Bil Aashab

Many moons ago, I made a Libyan dish called Sfinz which is actually a Libyan doughnut.The blog that I had referred had loads of recipes from Libya and when I was browsing I found a bread that could be made with left over Sfinz dough. So I divided my original dough into two parts made…

Eggless Whole Wheat Masala Buns | Baking with Herbs

Last weekend, I went through my old blog posts. While I knew I had tons of other work to do, especially dropping by the Blogging Marathon group members blogs to check out their posts for the Fire Up Your Oven baking series, I opened the blog and went back to the time I started posting!…

Za’atar Matzo | Baking with Herbs

It’s hard to believe that we are in the final lap of the Fire Up Your Oven month long baking marathon!And I am sure my friends who are running this marathon with me will agree with this fact!! For the final week I have taken the theme- Baking with herbs and spices. The herb of…

Baked Gulkand Jamuns

This dish was born as the confluence of two ideas. Gulab jamun is one of Lil Angel’s favorite dessert. They are so easy to make too. One day she had this sudden craving and I decided to bake a few and make the remaining in the regular way to see if there was any difference.The…

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