This post is sponsored by Arla Dofino. After tasting Havarti cheese from Arla Dofino, and using it in my Cheesy Breakfast Casserole, I’ve decided to create another light and delicious delight for breakfast. Havarti and Mint Crescent Rolls.
After posting my previous Pita Bread recipe, I started receiving different questions about the texture and the ingredients of the bread. If you are not familiar with Pita Bread, then you have to know that there are few different types of it.
Light Cinnamon Rolls – If you could smell my house right now you will find that the aroma of cinnamon and butter is filling the air, I’m in heaven! These Eggless Cinnamon Rolls are something else and I mean it. PIN TO MAKE LATER
Few things can make my day, and bring me comfort, a hearty breakfast, Ice cream, but above all Nutella and Nutella bread.
This post is dedicated to all those who emailed me and asked many questions about Indian Roti (Chapati). Why the roti is not soft? Why it does not puff? And so on.
Baking is very therapeutic, you take out all that mental stress by kneading and punching that dough, and then you bake it for later to enjoy an absolute pleasure. I give you my recipe for Soft Dinner Rolls.
Sharing my favorite scone, Lemon Scones! When I was a kid I loved having eggs for breakfast, I’ll have eggs everyday and won’t get bored. Boiled, sunny sides up, omelet with cheese, just give me eggs. Lemon Scones.
I saw many bloggers talking about Nigella Lawson’s Banana Bread, and they raved about it so much that I couldn’t help but make it. This banana bread is moist and needs no glaze or topping to make it look good.
I’m re-posting this recipe of Pita Bread, which was originally posted in 2011. Since now I’ve started making videos and calculate the calories in the dishes I make, I thought you might want to know the calories in home made pita bread, and also watch how it is made.
This post is dear to me since I’m dedicating it to my friend Zainab. She is from Pakistan and saying that means she is very particular about the flavor of food. Zainab is used to spicy and flavorful food, but at the same time, likes to keep things light. I know that she love’s Aloo…
My first experience with Lachcha Paratha was no doubt pleasant. This crispy-layered version of paratha made me enjoy thick Indian gravies a lot more than I used to. Lachcha Paratha holds much flavor than the regular paratha. You can have an omelet with this bread and it will taste much better than ever. Lachcha Paratha…
When I say biscuits, you think cookies, right? Well, at least this is what I used to think, but then I saw the American Biscuits, and boy was I glad! If you’re not familiar with American Biscuits, then you should know that they are similar to English Scones, but the biscuits are lighter, fluffier…
Although it is a no knead bread, but it’s light and delicious. You can brag in front of your friends and family and present a classy rustic looking bread that goes perfectly with butter, or dipped in olive oil and balsamic vinegar, then sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.
I woke up this morning, with strong craving of butter on hot, freshly baked bread. Rustic was all I could hear in my head. My craze for rustic breads is for not only the amazing taste and awesome crust, but also the fact that it goes well with almost anything. Be it cheese, jam, coffee,…
So, I have been stalking Angie’s recipes for sometime now, and been mesmerized by the photographs and recipes she shares. Her food and bread entered my house and I’m grateful. She’s a very sweet person who continuously surprises me. When I visit her blog, I pick any recipe and I’m sure it will taste great.
Good morning everyone. I’m excited for two very good reasons. My friend Sandra from Sandra’s easy cooking have invited me to do a guest post at her blog. She is a wonderful person, a great mom, and made her dream come true by publishing her first cookbook Savoring the sweet moments.
I live in a country where I’m exposed to different cultures every single day. Indian, African, Arabic, English, Dutch, you name it. This is a big advantage to me since I can add more and more new recipes to my cooking experience, including this beautiful Irish Soda Bread.
bread is very popular especially in the Middle East, almost every meal is accompanied by it. It can be used for dipping, fill it with meat or vegetables and have it as a sandwich, fry it and add it to your salad, it is also included in some main dishes like Fattah. Pita bread usually…