Cauliflower Flatbread – Gobi Paratha

I have had a very lovely week … with my bday this tuesday… Got an awesome number of birthday wishes from my blogger friends.. , friends & family.. Thank u…. I cherish every single wish and a message I receive….
H organised a surprised bday party for the evening.. It was super cool and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Baked myself a Tiramasu Cake.. Didnt decorate it much … But believe it was yummy.. and all was gone. I had to request my friends to leave 2 pieces for my blog clicks.. Will share the pics on FB 🙂

Aloo Tikki | Potato Patties for Chat #chat #streetfood

Photobucket  I   have already posted  Aloo Tikki recipe earlier.. Will call this Version 2 ( V.2) .Much more simpler Alu /Potato Cakes recipe and  less time consuming. Got this recipe from my Gujrathi aunt who lives in London. She is quite an expert.. at it:) I was making Aloo Tikki chat and planned the next day some Ragda Patties .. When I was having a quick regular conversation with her.. Thats when I got this sooper easy recipe !!

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

Eggless Indeed !!! My second treat for my family in India was Chocolate Chip Cookies. This got to be a bit chewy  …. Some of them were chewy… and some were crispy.. Its entirely to do with the time we bake 🙂

My grandpa made it a point to ring me after he had them with his evening Filter Coffee… coz he really cherished and thoroughly enjoyed the taste.. and more over it was his darling grand daughter who had made it!!!

My standard egg replacer is Yogurt.. Very easy to use and we are bound to get it right in the first attempt. My brother picked up Ener-G  , the egg replacer powder.. from US.. Definitely my future try’s will have them instead of yogurt!!!

Eggless Shortbread Cookies

Eggless Shortbread cookies

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havent written much in last 2 months.. But definitely thr is a want for flow… huhu…..lets get  started up Gal!!

Weekend was sooper fun enjoying the best of the bristish summer. Visited Durdledoor and stayed over nite at Bournemouth .. Enjoyed every bit of the sandy beach and water on Sunday morning…with a load full of hot English breakfast… Ate much more than I cud… Skipped Lunch.. and played in pool for hours with a drop in jacussi & sauna…. Finally a 2 hours train journey..back to London !!!
My parents , grandparents & in-laws loved it…. Had made them shortbread and chocolate chip cookies.. offcourse had to be eggless.. I could see them vanishing in minutes… and all my efforts were well appreciated !! Tat was a very special feeling to see them loving it!

Announcing Global Kadai – Indian flavoured flatbreads !

 Excitement at its peak in hosting my first ever event …Thank you Cilantro in giving me this opportunity to host Global Kadai’s event this month. So wots the theme ??? Indian flavoured flatbreads….
Wot is Global Kadai?? “Global Kadai” is a  food blogging event, showcasing Global Flavors in an Indian version. This event will bring the creativity of food bloggers to try different recipes from around the globe giving an Indian twist.

Flatbreads is not a new terminology !!Infact its more like a  staple food for many of us.. We are all quite familiar with Paratha’s , Roti’s Puri ,& Tortilla’s.I was very surprised to learn that flat breads are not just Indian.. but very global…  So why not get Creative & bring out your imagination in creating Indianised Flat breads..  There are ample ways to get creative here.. Just get Vegetarian and cook ur Flat bread !!Happy Flat bread making  ….

According to Wikepedia,
A flatbread is a simple bread made with flour, water, and salt and then thoroughly rolled into flattened dough. Many flatbreads are unleavened—made without yeast or sourdough culture—although some flatbread is made with yeast, such as flatbread made with whole wheat flour. There are many other optional ingredients that flatbreads may contain, such as curry powder, diced jalapeños, chili powder or black pepper. Olive oil or sesame oil may be added as well. Flatbreads can range from one millimeter to a few centimeters thick. Flatbread was already known in Ancient Egypt & Sumer .
A whole variety of flatbread varieties from the world are listed here. Pick up any of them and give an indian & vegetarian twist. 

GUIDELINES FOR THE EVENT :

  • Use your imagination and creativity to prepare the above recipe using ingredients familiar with Indian Cuisine. Post your entries on your blog during the event duration.
  • If you already have appropriate entry archived, send it along linking back to this announcement page. There is no limit to the number of entries.
  • Provide a link back to this announcement page and also to Cilantro’s page and feel free to use the logo.
  • Email your entry to sandhyaskitchen@yahoo.com with the following details:
  • Name, Recipe Name, Recipe URL, Picture Attached
  • PHOTOGRAPH OF THE FINAL DISH !
  • The deadline for this event is Aug 1st, 2010.
  • If you don’t have a blog but wish to participate in this send your entries with a picture, your name and recipe to the above email address the deadline.

Cheers
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