Basil & Garlic Focaccia

The final dish for this week’s theme of Global Cuisine is this beautiful Basil & Garlic Focaccia. It is one of the most popular breads of Italy and has undergone so many changes over the years. The traditional focaccia does not have any toppings or has┬á minimal toppings with the most popular one being onion…

Veggie Calzone

For the second day of the Global Cuisine theme, I have another bread from Italy – the calzone. It is a veggie calzone and the perfect way to sneak in all veggies that your family would not eat. Calzones are pizzas with the toppings used as stuffings. Why I like this bread? A healthier version…

Ciabatta -with sponge

I feel I am returning to the blog after ages though it has been only about two weeks. But I did a vacation to Udaipur and the mandatory Chennai Diwali trip and so it feels I have been away for quite a while. My theme this week This week’s theme for the Blogging Marathon is…

Eggless Tutti Frutti Muffins

I have to begin this post with an apology. I had promised to post 3 bread recipes with the ingredient of all purpose flour. But the daughter and husband were totally against it and jointly insisted on a sweet dish instead. I tried my best but they are quite the team, I tell you. So…

Pizza Rolls

For the second day of the ‘1 ingredient 3 dishes’ theme, I made some quick and easy Pizza Rolls. Though I have made quite a few pizzas and posted different recipes on this blog, I always missed out on pizza rolls. So I figured this would be the perfect time for me to make good…

Garlic Fougasse

A delicious garlic fougasse with a crispy crust and a chewy crumb.It needs only one rise and is easy to make with all ingredients readily available

Pain Brie| Crushed Bread of Normandy

I am not sure whether I should be happy or sad about this loaf. Pain Brie is a traditional bread of the Normandy region of France and it gets its name because ‘brier’ means ‘to pound’ and ‘pain’ is french for bread. So Pain Brie is pounded bread because the dough is pounded many times…

Lolo Buns | Fijian Coconut Buns

For the second day of this month’s Blogging Marathon, I am picking a dish from another country whose name starts with F- Fiji. These amazingly soft and delicious coconut buns are a very popular dish in Fiji. Popularly called lolo buns, these coconut buns are made with bread flour, butter and milk and topped with…

Finnish Rye Scones

After an entire month of dosas and more dosas, I am back to my breads in October. This week’s theme for our Blogging Marathon is to pick one alphabet and blog about three dishes from three countries of that alphabet. I picked F because I thought it is quite a neglected alphabet. It is not…

Tahinli Ekmek | Turkish Tahini Bread – #BreadBakers

After a month long dedication to dosas and pancakes, I am back to my first love – breads, more specifically the yeast based bread. A friend gifted me a bottle of tahini and that got me excited to use it in a bread before all of it goes down the hummus route. So when I…