Archive for June, 2010

Hurry-up_muffins-batter

Savoury Hurry-up Muffins

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By Heidemarie Swanepoel These are quick and easy muffins, with a delicious filling in the centre. I find that these muffins are also a good way of using up those little bits of left-overs that are too little to use for another meal, but too much to just throw away. I like using these little bits in [...]
Toddler Approved Spaghetti with Collard Greens and Broccoli

Toddler Approved Spaghetti with Collard Greens and Broccoli

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So what do you do if your skinny little one gets most of his carbohydrates from pasta? Well try to invent recipes that makes the same old pasta taste different with some added nutrition. Sometimes I use traditional Ragu pasta sauce with some meat or make white sauce with some cheese and Spinach. So [...]
Eggless Strawberry Cake

Strawberry Cake (Eggless)

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Strawberries are in season and I usually have some on hand at all times. It is almost impossible not to think about including this brightly colored and refreshing fruit in your everyday cooking. They are packed with lot more Vitamin C than some other popular citrus fruits and are a also great [...]
Curry Leaves- Kadhi Patta

Freezing Curry Leaves (Kadhi Patta)

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Keeping up with the theme of my blog, I am starting a new category – ‘I found this helpful’ to share anything new I learn as I continue on this journey of ‘Chef in Making’. So small or big, a tip or a trick, a different technique, cost cutting, time saving, kids friendly – here it comes. Curry [...]
Chana Biryani

Chana Biryani

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I read a similar recipe years ago and found the combination of chickpeas or chana in a biryani dish very different. Usually a vegetarian biryani is made with assorted diced vegetables and I have never seen one with chickpeas served anywhere (or the places I ever ate at). Over the years I have [...]
Mili Juli Sabzi-mixed vegetables medley

Mili-Juli Sabzi (Mixed Vegetable medley with chickpeas)

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Here is very easy Indian dish that just needs few minutes of preparation and needs very little attention while cooking. Mixed vegetables are traditionally made with several variations using different combinations of vegetables like peas, carrots, cauliflower, potatoes, green beans, peppers and the [...]
Steamed Date and Sago (Tapioca) Pudding

Steamed Date and Sago Pudding (Eggless)

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By Heidemarie Swanepoel This is the type of pudding I make on a day when I have time to spare, and when I have planned well ahead. The mixing and preparing takes only minutes, but the sitting time, and the steaming time are far apart. How I manage this, is this: Just after lunch, I put the sago in [...]
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