Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Butter Chicken


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Would you be scared off by its name, butter chicken? It sounds you might intake too much fat. No worries in fact. Although butter is one of the key ingredients that helps create a fragrant sauce that you’d love, you can reduce the amount of butter to your liking. That’s the beauty of home cooking. This recipe yields the minimum amount of butter and just right to make the sauce smooth and fragrant enough.

Butter chicken, a traditional Indian dish, is very popular, with many versions evolved around the world. What I like about this dish is the fragrant spices incorporated that are very good to our health. Some Indian dishes are very spicy and hot, but this butter chicken dish is quite mild. It’s a great family dish and a hit with my kid, served perfectly with naan bread or steamed rice.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Earl Grey Tea Chiffon Cake


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If you love tea and fluffy cakes, this earl grey tea chiffon cake is for you. Even though you don’t drink tea, you’d like it after the first bite. This elegant chiffon cake doesn’t taste too sweet. The earl grey tea liquid and tea leaves smell so fragrant. That’s why this cake is well liked by my family. For me, it’s truly a bliss while having a cup of coffee or tea with a little piece of this soft and fluffy cake, couching to read a favourite book.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Coconut Macaroons


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These coconut macaroons smell pleasant, taste not too sweet, crisp outside and chewy inside. For those who like gluten free treats, these macaroons will be a good one to keep in your cooking list. I ate three in a row when they were straight out from oven. It’s perfect as snack with a cup of tea or coffee, or as finger food for a party.