• 593. Chilli and Cheddar Potato Rolls#BreadBakers

    October 11, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Chilli and Cheddar Potato Rolls#BreadBakers Happy Dussehra Today is Dussehra. What is Dussehra? Dussehra is a festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Usually, no Hindu festival is celebrated for just one reason. The word Dussehra comes from the sanskrit word Dasa hara, meaning defeat of Ravan. Ravan was an evil demon King ruling over what is present day Sri Lanka. Ravan was enthralled by Sita’s beauty and wanted her. Sita was married to Lord Ram(the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu). Ravan abducted her and took her back to Lanka. Thus began the war between Ram and Ravan. The day Ram killed Ravan is celebrated as Dussehra, signifying victory over evil. The second reason Dussehra is celebrated is because its on this day Goddess…

     
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  • 586.Chickpea Quinoa Burgers

    September 12, 2016mayurisjikoni

    A New Home Moving homes is not a joke at all. In fact its very stressful. When one accumulates all the things one has into boxes, you realise that its a lot of stuff! How much can one person own in a lifetime? A lot! New gadgets, new crockery, new clothes, new shoes, all with different designs and colours and we  buy it. The world of advertisement is certainly doing a very good job. Though I may own a frying pan which can double as my tawa and use it to roast rotis on, I still want one for the parathas, one for the eggs, and perhaps different sizes too, a small for the fried eggs, a medium for the chilas and perhaps a big…

     
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  • 581.Fatayer Jebneh(White cheese pastries)#BreadBakers

    August 9, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Fatayer Jebneh#BreadBakers Fatayer Jebneh  or cheese pastries are popular pastries sold in the Middle Eastern countries. They are called pastries or pies but unlike the western world pies which are made with flour and fat, these are made with a yeast dough. These pastries are popular street food served in Egypt, Lebanon and Middle East countries. The origin of these pastries is unknown as each country claims it as their own. The yeast dough has yogurt and baking powder added to it to make it soft. The filling for fatayer can be cheese (Jebneh), meat or spinach. The shape too varies. They can be cigar shaped, round, triangle or boat shaped. The cheese fatayers are usually filled with akkawi, a salty, chewy cheese that originates…

     
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