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Chili Lasagne

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February 19, 2015
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Chili Lasagne

Can't decide whether to have a chili or lasagne for dinner? Well why not have both with a chili lasagne! (Click here!)The post Chili Lasagne appeared first on Titli's Busy Kitchen. (Read more...)

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Pane Siciliano – Sicilian Semolina Bread | We Knead to Bake

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January 31, 2015
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There was a time I believed semolina /rava was a thing used only in South India. I was surprised to know that semolina is also used in other parts of India. Doubly surprised to know its existence outside India as well. Semolina made by milling the grains usually wheat is known under various names...

Continue Reading at Experiments,Emotions,Experiences with food2015-01-31.

Italian Veg. Minestrone Soup – Under 30 Mins

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January 28, 2015
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Italian Veg. Minestrone Soup – Under 30 Mins

Know What You Eat: The temperature is dropping day by day and you feel like having something hot & soothing. A one pot meal where I can incorporate vegetables, pastas, & beans with some... ]

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Pane Siciliano – A Sicilian Sesame seeded Semolina Bread

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January 27, 2015
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Pane Siciliano –  A Sicilian Sesame seeded Semolina Bread

Needless to say am a foodie, everytime i join a group or a baking challenge i will immediately make the challenge without any delay. This is the first time i delayed baking this Pane Siciliano due to some personnel stuffs. However this Pane siliciano needs atleast two days as you need to make Cresciuta...

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Roasted (and Herb Marinated) Garlic

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January 21, 2015
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Indian Style Pasta Recipe | Masala Pasta Recipe

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January 20, 2015
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Indian Style Pasta Recipe | Masala Pasta Recipe

When it comes to pasta I usually do not prefer ordering pasta if we go to any Italian restaurant, the reasons simply are that I find the pasta is too bland for y taste buds and also it is loaded with lots of cheese.Instead I would happily go for paper thin Pizzas though they...

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Dessert /No bake | Espresso Panna Cotta … what sweet dreams are made up of #dessert #coffee #eggless

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January 19, 2015
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Espresso Panna Cotta. Smooth, silky, seductive with coffee written all over it, how can dessert be so indulgent. The simplest make ahead dessert ever! The post Dessert /No bake | Espresso Panna Cotta … what sweet dreams are made up of #dessert #coffee #eggless appeared first on Passionate About Baking. (Read more...)

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Spaghetti With Cheesy White Alfredo Sauce

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December 26, 2014
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Spaghetti With Cheesy White Alfredo Sauce

White Alfredo sauce is one of the easiest, no fuss dish you can make it just in few minutes with simple ingredients available in your kitchen. Its definitely a cheaper, flavourful, quicker sauce. The main ingredients for making this sauce is garlic cloves, cream and parmesan cheese. If you are in hurry, you can...

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Baking | Wholegrain Christmas Stollen with dried peaches + walnuts + orange peel … a healthier version of the German Tea Bread

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December 16, 2014
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“The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight.” M.F.K. Fischer Wholegrain Christmas Stollen with dried peach + walnuts +orange peel… a healthier version of the German Tea Bread. I’ve been fascinated by the Stollen for long. (Read more...)

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Brussels Sprouts Risotto

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December 15, 2014
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It seems that many people dislike or generally tend to avoid Brussels sprouts, a distaste that usually seems to have been born out of childhood experiences with a plate of bland, soggy and over-boiled vegetables. Their flavor is a bit more on the bitter side than many vegetables, which might also explain why children...

Continue Reading at Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen2014-12-15.

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