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Meeting up with fellow bloggers in Singapore!!!


The planning for the meeting with fellow bloggers had been going on for a long time. Lakshmi had asked me long time ago whether I would come for it. I had agreed, but with other schedules planned , I was not sure I could. I am glad I could make it. Because we met as bloggers , but returned as friends. Lakshmi has always been forward in these social activities and I would like to thank her for it. She has always helped me in blogging activities ,especially when I had started blogging. Myself, Lakshmi, Priyanka,Vani and Priya met at…

coconut, easy, festive food, Indian breads, sweets/desserts

Sweet paratha with coconut filling – easy indian dessert recipe


I made this sweet parathas just for the blog events going on now. I came up with the idea after some googling and putting together 3 events . But whatever, my hubby just loved them. He was a bit disappointed as I had made only a few parathas. But wanted me to make this one frequently. So this lovely parathas goes to the following events- 1) Roti mela hosted by Srivalli 2)Sweet series by Mythreyee( this month being puran poli or sweet chapatis and rotis) 3)AFAM coconut hosted by Suganya.

brinjal, Chutneys/dips/side dishes, events, international cuisines

Baba ghanouj- Middle eastern eggplant dip recipe


I found this recipe in Tarla dalal’s recipe book when I was looking for something else. The lebanese cuisine does not restrict itself to just “hummus”. This delicious dip made with eggplant with other seasonings such as sesame, garlic etc is very much a part of middle eastern cuisine. It is usually eaten with pita bread. It tasted really good. And I feel , people who hate eggplant can try making it this way. They may like it as the seasonings give a very different flavour to the eggplant. This tasty dip is my entry for A Worldly Epicurean’s Delight…

cakes, cakes and bakes, easy, persimmon

Persimmon puree cake recipe


This is the first time I bought persimmons. First I thought they were tomatoes. But what were they doing in the exotic fruits section?I liked its deep orange colour and wanted to taste them. Then I googled to find about this fruit and came to know lot about them. And they could be eaten in raw or cooked form too. They are used in pies ,cakes, puddings etc. So I baked a cake with this fruit. And it tasted so good. Here’s the recipe for it.


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dal, easy, events, Indian breads

Dal Paratha recipe – easy indian breads


I had no hopes of making something for the SWC- Gujarat event, due to a very busy schedule this month, But at the end I managed it. I was browsing the net for some Gujarati recipes and found this Daal parathas extremely tempting. So tried making them and they tasted absolutely delicious. These parathas goes to Priyanka of Asankhana who is hosting SWC-Gujarat this month. This event was started by LG Of Taste of mysore for Singapore women’s club. I am also sending this tasty parathas to Srivalli who is hosting roti mela. I had something else in mind for…