2nd July 2014: A few days back I had posted a One-Minute Cookie in a Cup photo and someone asked me if I can help her with an eggless version. So after a couple of trials and errors, here it is. I liked the texture of cookie I baked with egg more but there is almost no difference in taste.
Ingredients: Flour - 3 tbspButter - 1 tbsp,Brown Sugar - 1 tbsp, firmly packed (you can use light or dark)Granulated Sugar - 1 tbspVanilla Essence - 1/4 tspMilk - 2 tbsp. (updated)Pinch of saltChocolate Chips - 1 tbsp
I made 2 batches of cookies. One in a mug and the second one divided in two small microwave safe bowls. Microwave the butter in the cup till it melts, for about 20 to 30 seconds and swirl it around. Whisk in the brown and white sugar briskly, using a fork. Add the vanilla essence, milk and a pinch of salt and mix well. Add the flour 1 tbsp at a time and mix well. Fold in the chocolate chips gently. Microwave on high for 45-50 seconds. Serve warm. Note: I greased the smaller bowls ligh…
Cardamom Rosewater Pistachio Cake. When the flavors of rose water and aromatic cardamom combine it creates magic! And it ignites the festive spirit in us. This cake is inspired by a very popular Bengali/Indian dessert - Rasmalai (Rosomalai/Roshmalai). Traditionally, saffron is used to make Rasmalai, but I wanted to infuse this cake with the delicate hint of rose water.
Okay! No banter today, just a quick recipe! For dinner tonight we had Pork stir fried with bell peppers and onions and a side of Basil Chicken Rice (recipe soon). I did not follow any particular recipe, just went with the flow and used whatever I had in the fridge and pantry and it worked.
Btw, we went blueberry picking yesterday so expect at least 3 or 4 back-to-back blueberry recipes.
Ingredients: Pork Chops - 4, 1/3 inch thick Soy Sauce - 2 tbsp + 1 tbspVinegar - 1 tbspFish sauce- 5-6 splashesOil - 2 tbsp + 1 tbspGarlic - 3 fat cloves, mincedGinger - 1/2 tsp, gratedGreen Chilies - 1 or 2, slit (depending how much heat you prefer) Onions - 1 Cup, thinly sliced (one big onion will do)Green Bell Pepper - 1/2 of a big one, thinly slicedRed Bell Pepper - 1/2 of a small one, thinly slicedBaby Bok Choy - 1 small head, roughly chopped (optional)
Marinade the pork chops with 2 tbsp soy sauce and vinegar for at least an hour. Cut into thin strips about 1 1/4 inch long (reserve the marinade…