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24 September, 2014

Rice Holubtsi|Ukrainian Cabbage Roll Recipe

Rice Holubtsi|Ukrainian Cabbage Roll Recipe
Posted in : Baked, Blogging Marathon, Cabbage, Kid Friendly, Rice, Ukrainian Cuisine, Veggie Bakes on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Rice Holubtsi- Ukrainian Cabbage Roll Recipe   Ukrainian food (and the cuisine of neighbouring countries) tends to be rich, heavy on the meat, butter and starches, and vegetables are hardly used.  This makes some sense when you consider the cold climate and the very short growing season.  Most veggies had to be preserved via canning
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19 September, 2014

Blintzes from Russia

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Russian Cuisine, Uncategorized on by : ArchanaPotdar
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  Blintzes from Russia are a delicious and very Today on in the Mega Marathon which has been christened as “Around the World in 30 Days” let us visit Russia! If you are about my age you will remember the Span and the “Adventures of Misha.” How I used to wait to see what she came up with next.
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16 September, 2014

QuroosAsal Khubz a Traditiona Bread from Oman

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QuroosalAsal For the alphabet O we have a choice do it with Oman or OMAN in our Mega Blogging Marathon !! Come on can we not have some more countries with O? Cuisine of Oman is a mixture of several staples of Asian foods.  Food basically revolves around chicken, fish, and lamb, with rice as the staple
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15 September, 2014

Savoury Corn Fitters from New Zealand

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Savoury Corn Fitters Now that school has reopened I have a problem what do I give in the kiddos tiffin box? To add to my woes she does not have a breakfast, barely gulps down a small cup of milk.   She comes home for lunch but she wants something delicious in her tiffin box. Her
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4 August, 2014

Berry Short Cakes

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Berry Short Cakes Berry shortcakes was a Baking partners challenge. The July month challenge (I know I am late) was suggested by Reeni of Cinnamon nice and everything nice.  This eggless recipe is a simple one and you can use any berries of your choice.   I agree that there is no better way to showcase
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30 June, 2014

Komaj~ A Persian Date Bread With Turmeric & Cumin

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Koma j~ A Persian Date Bread With Turmeric & Cumin For this month in We Knead to  Bake we are baking  Komaj which is a Persian turmeric and cumin bread that’s filled with chopped dates. I was skeptical about its acceptance at home and was right. Hubby refused to eat it! Since I suspected as much I made
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16 June, 2014

Tomato, Thyme, Sage and Double Cheese Tart

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Tomato, Thyme, Sage and Double Cheese Tart When Swathi asked me to suggest two baking dishes for the Baking Partners Challenge this tart was my first choice!  It’s colourful and savoury and well I cannot claim its healthy!  So it’s liked by the girls and I don’t have to beg them, “please finish that “! In
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15 June, 2014

Cheddar and Sage Scones

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Cheddar and Sage Scones First I would like to thank Swathi for giving me this opportunity to suggest bakes here at Baking Partners.  Lets face it I am safe baker I prefer tried and trusted recipes, and a lazy baker for I hardly open the books I buy for baking (or cooking for that matter)
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