Orzo Pasta with Tomato Basil Pesto and Olives


Are you looking for an easy-peasy pasta recipe? Here comes my Orzo pasta (wheat orzo) with tomato basil pesto and olives – A delicious semi-homemade pasta recipe with minimal ingredients. There are days when we want to cook something quick and come out of the kitchen. This Orzo pasta recipe is one of your best bet and today I am sharing the recipe that we usually like. Learn how to make this rice like orzo pasta with different condiments.

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Sol Kadhi | Konkani Style Kokum Kadhi

Konkani Sol Kadhi Recipe

Sol Kadhi – A soothing and refreshing Konkani delicacy prepared with kokum and coconut milk. This anti-oxidant rich recipe is an excellent coolant and good for the digestive system. This recipe can be served as an after-meal beverage and also as a side for rice. Check out the stepwise picture recipe of this no-stove (yay) Sol Kadhi recipe.  Jump to Recipe  or  Print Recipe 

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Frozen Mango Yogurt Bars

Can you eat mango lassi? Ask me, and I will say “Yes, of course” :-) and if you ask me how, I will say “as frozen bars.”  :-) That’s what I am going to share today – Frozen Mango-Yogurt bars or barks or mango lassi bars. Please feel free to pick your favorite name. If you are like me crazy about mangoes and wondering how to store them even after the season is over – then you are right the right place and here is the solution.

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Elephant Ear Cookies | Palmier | Little Heart Sugar Cookies

Elephant Ear Palmier Cookies

Welcome to the 5th day of the ABC baking from around the world. Today I am going to share a very simple semi-homemade recipe which can be prepared quickly. It’s the elephant ear cookies or the palmier cookies or the little heart sugar cookies from the French cuisine. So many names huh?  All you need for this recipe is store bought puff pastry sheet and some sugar, some flour for dusting and water for brushing. With these four ingredients, you can prepare these layered, crunchy sugar cookies in a jiffy.

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Panch Phoron Potato Capsicum Curry

Exploring other cuisine and learning their spices is always fun and interesting too.  During last April month marathon, I saw my fellow bloggers posting recipes from Bengali cuisine featuring this panch phoron spices. To be honest, that marathon was my main source of inspiration and I started exploring recipes from Bengal. Slowly I started to try the recipes and modified some to suit our taste buds and started to post them in my blog too. Today’s recipe is one such simple recipe with panch phoron mix.

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Vegan Carrot Kheer | Carrot Payasam

After starter and main dish, the third recipe is, of course, going to be dessert. :-) You can prepare tons of dessert with carrots.I have already posted carrot cake and carrot halwa. With Karthigai Deepam festival right around the corner, I thought of preparing kheer or payasam. So here comes the Vegan carrot kheer, prepared with carrot puree and coconut milk and sweetened with cane sugar.

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