I received a lot of entries for September – it was really nice to see so many great uses of corn for this contest. I enjoyed going through all of the entries, but of course I could only select what I felt were the best five recipes. Here are my top picks for this month. […]Add to favorites
I started eating mango thanks to my Thai sister-in-law and now… I can not live without!
Mango Parfait is a simple and yummy sweet recipe, which can also be prepared well in advance: perfect for a dinner with lot of friends!
Sweet Mango Pulao is sweet and delicious, made with ripe mango Pulp, shredded coconut and basmati Rice!Add to favorites
Mango Puff Puffs is a fun recipe made with fresh pureed mangos and flour. These are a sweet snack that kids will love.Add to favorites
Mango Paradise is a delicious layered cake that will delight your guests. After they’ve tried this recipe, they will be in paradise!Add to favorites
Tangy mangoes are very much in season these days and this rice preparation made with this seasonal fruit is worth trying. Chocolate Mango Fudge is exotic, flavorful, very colorful, easy to make and quick to serve. You can amaze your guests with this recipe. I prepared this recipe today and it turns out pretty good so here I am sharing this recipe with all of you.Add to favorites
This dessert comprises of coconut burfi with a tinge of pineapple flavour served with coconut ice-cream and topped with dark chocolate flakes.Add to favorites
Coconut Kulfi is a great take on the traditional kulfi. If you love coconuts, then this recipe is a must try.Add to favorites
Spicy Coconut lemonade is a refreshing twist over the traditional lemonade infused with spicy flavors. It’s a drink best associated with the summer months and a favorite among all age groups.Add to favorites
I made this beautiful delicious snowman coconut ladoos for last year Christmas party and it was a top hit. As soon as I placed them on the table, all I heard was “WOW!” and that’s it. They got vanished in a glimpse of a second and of course, they were generous enough to leave me with a plate at least. This was the talk for a while among my family and friends. I had so much fun decorating them and that’s the time I got the idea of recreating this with my baby nephew. He was as thrilled as I was and we had an awesome aunt-nephew time together which is ineffable. Let your precious moment begins with your little ones as well!Add to favorites
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Creating new recipes is always challenging and so I definitely appreciate all of the efforts that went into this contest. I enjoyed seeing all the entries and I would like to thank everyone who participated. Congratulations to the winners and the top five participants: 1st Place: Poornima Omkant (Vegetable Lasagna Delight) 2nd Place: Stephen Davidson (Baked Vegetable […]Add to favorites
September contest is all about BAKING. Baked Vegetables that is. Here are the specific rules to follow: Your recipe must be a Baked Vegetable Dish. Your recipe must be for an entree or main meal only (no desserts, appetizers, etc). You must use at least two of the following vegetables: carrot green beans spinach cauliflower […]Add to favorites
I was thrilled to receive so many entries last month, but of course that meant more time to review each and every one. It was hard, but I narrowed down the selection to five that I thought were best in completeness, originality, and presentation. I would like to thank everyone who participated. Congratulations to the […]Add to favorites
Recipe submitted by Minny Prasad Mushroom peach biryani is a flavorful variation of the traditional vegetable biryani. Preparation time: 30 minutes (excluding the time to soak rice) This recipe serves 4 Ingredients: For rice: Rice: 1 cup (preferably Basmati rice) Water: 2 cups Salt: 1/2 teaspoon Saffron: Few pinches Milk: 2 tablespoons For gravy: Oil: 1 […]Add to favorites