• 653.Mangonada/ Chamango Slush

    June 10, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Superlicious  Theme: Explore Latin American Cuisine BM #77 Week 2 Day 1 Its my first time to join the Blogging Marathon. I’ve known about this group for quite a while as I follow most of the members. However, all this time I did not join the group as I found that perhaps blogging 6 new recipes in a month on specific days is a big challenge. However, I’ve just taken the plunge and am going to try out the waters. So what is this group all about? Well, it was started by Srivalli who blogs at Cooking for all Seasons and at Spice your life. Members blog for any 2 weeks but for 3 consecutive days on chosen themes. For my first theme I chose…

     
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  • 625. Peanut and Fruit Salad (Chaat)

    March 15, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Peanut and Fruit Salad(Chaat) #Fantastical Food Fight Trying to eat healthy When you’re a food blogger and food is your passion, its pretty difficult to stay away from all those tempting recipes out there in the cyber world and cook books. I get tempted to try out so many recipes and the more calories it has the temptation level is that much higher! Recently I joined this group called Fantastical Food Fight. I got tempted to join after I saw the absolutely tempting cookies made by Karen of Karen’s Kitchen Stories. After I oooooogled at the photos till I was drooling, she suggested that we should check out what other members of the group had made. I scrolled down and recipes had me salivating. Just…

     
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  • 618. Mango and Curried Chickpea Salad

    February 20, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Cooking from a cookbook The 80th theme for #FoodieMonday #Bloghop is Cookbook Cooking. Now I certainly do not have a shortage of cookery books, they line a whole shelf in the kitchen. I’ve left some in Bangalore and have a few in Montreal. So when my friends from FoodieMonday decided on cookbook cooking, I didn’t know which one to choose. I could have played it safe and selected my favourite Tarla Dalal. However,I remembered the cookbook that my son and daughter in law had given to me as a Christmas present 2 years ago. I’d drooled over the pictures and wowed all the recipes, closed it and put it on the shelf. So I thought its time to dust it and actually make something from…

     
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  • 609. Kesar Sooji Phirni with Mango Jelly

    January 30, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Vasant Panchami/Basant Panchami/ Saraswati Puja Om Hreem Saraswatyai Namah Saraswati Ma.(source Google) It is believed that the celebration of this auspicious day which falls on the 5th day of the Magh month (Gregorian calendar month of February) marks the beginning of spring season. Punjab region celebrates this festival by flying kites.The mustard plants begins to flower during this time, creating stretches of fields into bright yellow carpets.The blooming mustard plants symbolise youth, freshness, procreation,love, change and life itself. Its a day when people wear yellow clothes and celebrate with sweets that are yellow in colour. In Uttarkashi, its a farmers festival. Doors of homes are decorated with yellow flowers to welcome spring and the sowing season. In Bihar people wears yellow clothes and yellow tilaks…

     
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  • 579. Keri nu Shaak (Mango Curry)

    August 1, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Making it after eons Keri nu shaak was an all time family favourite when I was growing up. My mum would make a huge huge amount of this curry and we all would relish it with some parathas. We all would fight for the mango seed (or gotalo as its called in Gujarati). It was fun to suck out all the gravy from the mango seed and then dip it again in the thick gravy and suck on it again. Its one of the simplest and yet the most tastiest curry. Is it childhood nostalgia or the curry itself, don’t know but I love it. It goes well with parathas and even khichdi. Every time mango season would start, family members would pester my mum…

     
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  • 568. Mango and Passion fruit Yeast Bread

    June 14, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Mango and Passion Fruit Yeast Bread#BreadBakers A very tropical bread       For the month of June 2016, Mireille Roc of Schizo Chef challenged the members of Bread Bakers to use any stone fruit as a part of their baking in any form—juice, dried fruit, fresh fruit, jam etc. I love following Mireille’s blog as she comes up with recipes from all over the world.      Living in Kenya means we don’t get many of the usual stone fruits like cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, nectarines etc. However, we get mango and coconut which are stone fruits or drupes. Stone fruits or drupes are fruits which have their outer fleshy skin(exocarp) and the flesh(mesocarp) surrounding a shell, pit or stone which has a hardened…

     
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  • 565. Mango Coconut Jelly (woon mamuang)

    May 31, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Mouthwatering and cooling For the month of May members of Shhh Cooking Secretly decided to use mango as the main ingredient and their partners had to still give 2 secret ingredients that can be used along with mango. So far the photos I seen from fellow members vary from curry, ice cream to pickles. My partner for this month Sharanya Palanisshami of Sara’s Tasty Buds gave me coconut and agar agar as my other two ingredients. Check out her blog. She has a wide variety of recipes ranging from traditional to baked. For a long time I had saved  the recipe Mango Coconut Jelly by Pailin of Hot Thai Kitchen. Finally I made it for this challenge. The jelly turned out well taste wise. It’s a…

     
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  • 556.banana,mango and peanut butter smoothie bowl

    May 1, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Healthy start to the day Many of us cannot begin the day without breakfast, some don’t have breakfast at all and some just need their daily mug of coffee or tea to begin the day. I cannot skip breakfast especially when I am not fasting. I love to have bread and tea or cereal. However, I have recently got hubby dear to have oats instead of cereal as they say even though he has bran flakes, all cereals contain sugar. I prefer to have a nice thick smoothie. Whatever ingredients I use for his porridge mine go into the blender. My day begins with work in the kitchen before the water disappears, yoga and then after a cold shower, and my prayers I relax and…

     
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  • 519.Mango Kolache # Bread Bakers

    August 11, 2015mayurisjikoni

    Taking tropical fruit to Europe Let me introduce you to the group: #BreadBakers is a group of bread loving bakers who get together once a month to bake bread with a common ingredient or theme.   Follow our Pinterest board right here.  Links are also updated each month on this home page. How is the theme decided? We take turns hosting each month and choosing the theme/ingredient.   Would you like to join? If you are a food blogger and would like to join us, just send Stacy an email with your blog URL to foodlustpeoplelove@gmail.com.      I just recently joined a new group which bakes. Different groups have different rules and different themes. I am excited and the same time a bit apprehensive. I am hoping…

     
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  • 508. mango cardamom ice cream

    May 27, 2015mayurisjikoni

    About time        I am so glad that France is the first developed country to tackle the issue of food wastage and will be passing a law that supermarkets will be banned from throwing or destroying food that is still edible. It is believed that in France about 7.1 million tonnes of food is wasted per year. There a many poor families, students, homeless and unemployed people forage the bins for food. To prevent potential food poisoning, supermarkets have been dousing the leftover food with bleach. In 2012 UK threw away 7 million tonnes of food. How much is that? Well, fill Wembley Stadium nine times over. The law will require the supermarkets to donate the food to charities or as animal feed.…

     
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