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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

365 Days of Photography for 2015..!

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Dearest Friends & Foodies,
I thank each and every one of you for your continuous support and encouragement. I am starting my “Daily Capture 365” – a photo a day project today, where I will be sharing a pic shoot by me for everyday of the year & the great moments, along with the food recipes. 
I am so passionate about photography and love documenting the everyday moment of my life here. Please do support for my Daily Capture 365 photo inspiration and share your comments what do you like about it..!
Today I am posting Day 1 picture and pic of the day..!

DAY 1/365

Happy New Year wishes 2015..:)

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Last year has been full of so much goodness. Thank you for your continued support. I am truly grateful & I wanted to take a quick moment to say “thank you.”. 

THANK YOU for all my friends, foodies, readers of your kindness, your motivation and encouragement. Its truly inspiring..!

Wishing you & your families a very Happy New Year. Look forward to a bigger, brighter, joyful, happy, healthy and more insightful 2015..:)

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Top 15 Recipes of 2014..!!

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We’ve had a great year and are looking forward to 2015 with excitement & determination..! Lets celebrate the Happy New Years Eve with a fun countdown of most popular recipes in 2014..!! :)

Jalebi Sweet / How to make Jalebi / Indian Jalebi Recipe

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New Year is just a few days away and I wish everyone a very Happy & Prosperous 2015 !
Here comes the most popular sweet recipe of the Indian cuisine, Jalebi. It’s a deep fried dessert prepared from all purpose flour, soaked in sugar syrup and garnished with aromatic saffron strands. This can be made right in your own kitchen easily. Try this delicious celebration sweet & the melt-in-mouth taste. 
·      Yoghurd                           - ½ cup
·      Maida flour                      - 100 g
·      Corn flour                        -  30 g
·      Orange food color             - a pinch
·      Saffron strands                - ½ tsp
·      Sugar                               - 1 ½ cup
·      Oil to fry

1.   In a bowl, add yoghurt and beat well.
2.   Add maida  and corn flour to it.
3.   Add food color, crushed saffron and mix without lumps.
4.   Add 1 tbsp of hot oil  & mix well again.
5.   Let it ferment for 4 to 5 hrs in warm place.
6.   After fermentation, you can smell a very good flavor from the batter.
7.   Mix the batter very good with hands and see to it,  the consistency is loose. ( it should pour down like single thread when dropped from top )
8.   Heat oil in a fry pan.
9.   Fill the batter in a ziplock cover and make a very small hole in it at the bottom.
10.Meanwhile,  to prepare sugar syrup, add sugar to the bowl.
11.Add very little water to it and heat with stirring.
12.Once the sugar syrup attains one string consistency, add few saffron strands and remove from flame. ( we can add 2 to 3 drops of lemon juice, to prevent crystallization of sugar syrup )
13.Now, squeeze the batter from ziplock cover to small circles in hot oil. ( I couldn't get perfect shape, but in practise, its possible.!  )
14.Let it cook in low medium heat to crispy jalebis.
15.Remove from heat and drop it in warm sugar syrup.
16.Soak it for a minute and take it off.
17.Awesome  crispy & juicy  Jalebi  is ready to enjoy..:)
18. Jalebis tastes best when served hot..!
You might also like:
·       Jangiri
·       Soan Papdi / Patisa
·       Sweet Appam
·       Boondi Laddoo
      ·       Rava Kesari  &  Badam Halwa
We wish you a promising & fulfilling New Year..!!!

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Christmas Cake / How to make Christmas Cake / Easy Cake Recipes

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Christmas season, also called holiday season is full of fun & joy. And its celebrated with super-delicious cakes, cookies, sweets & savories. The moist, yummy fruit cake is a must accompaniment. Its always a crowd pleaser.  
This Christmas cake is full of ...fresh fruit flavors & a soft nutty taste. Its simple to make & perfect served with a dollop of cream.
Here I am sharing a slice of cake and easy recipe with all of you..:)
Check out the yummy Christmas special recipes here.
·       Broken nuts, cherry, raisins, peeled orange, kismis, dates  - ½ cup
·       Rum or brandy          -2 tbsp
·       Butter                       - 4 tbsp
·       Sugar                       - ¾ cup
·       Egg                         - 1
·       All purpose flour       - 75 g
·       Baking pwd              - ½ tsp
·       Baking soda             - ½ tsp
·       Vanilla essence         - 1 tsp
·       Caramel essence      - 2 tsp
1.   Chop the dry fruits and soak them in brandy or rum or orange juice.
2.   Allow to soak for 3 to 4 days in an airtight container.
3.   Beat the butter and sugar till light and fluffy.
4.   Break the egg into the bowl and blend.
5.   Sieve the maida with baking pwd.
6.   Mix them with soaked fruits. Give a good mix.
7.   Add the caramel essence and vanilla essence to the cake mixture.
8.   Beat the mixture until smooth.
9.   Now add the maida flour mixture ( step 6) to the cake mixture.
10. Fold gently.  Now the batter is ready to bake.
11. Spoon it into the lined cake tin.
12. With a wet hand, press the mixture into the tin and smooth on top, so that its level.
13. Bake it for 180 degree celcius for one hour or until the cake feels firm to the touch and a skewer comes out clean after being inserted into the cake.
14. Remove the cake from the tin and allow it to rest on a wire rack.
15. Let it cool for about 20 mins.
16. Wow…that’s it..your plum cake is ready..!
     Enjoy a slice with your morning coffee or serve it warm with dessert..!
You might also like to check :
·       Eggless Chocolate Cake

·       Basic Sponge Cake

·       Easy Christmas Cake

·       Banana Walnut Cake