Here's another really easy bread and tastes of sweet honey goodness!
1/2 cup Butter
1/2 cup Sugar1/2 cup Honey
2 2/3 cup All-Purpose Flour, sifted with 3 tsp Baking Powder
2/3 cup Milk
Preheat oven to 180 deg C.
Cream butter and sugar together. Add honey and cream again.
Add the egg, beat well. Now alternately add the flour and milk, starting and ending with flour. Beat well.
Pour into a buttered loaf pan. Bake for an hour until a skewer comes out clean when inserted into the middle of the loaf. Enjoy.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
"Almost" BBQ Chicken
Okay, a recipe couldn't get any easier. I got this from a weight watcher's recipe a long time ago. Its a really easy recipe, and quite a favorite at home. The sauce tastes like an imitation barbecue sauce and gives it a great flavor.
Diet Coke Chicken
1/2 cup Ketchup
12 oz Diet Cola (one can)
2 Chicken Breast halves, skinless
Brown the chicken with some cooking spray. Mix the cola and ketchup and pour over the chicken.
Cook, covered, on low for about 25-30 minutes. Remove the chicken breast, increase the heat to medium high and cook till sauce thickens.
Serve the chicken with the sauce spooned on top.
Posted by Arundathi at 8:47 PM 6 comments:
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Hmm. Actually these should be called Potato Balls - they're made from potato and have NO CHEESE. But we've always called them cheese balls. I have no idea why!
They are ridiculously good - and filled with everything scrumptious - ghee, potatoes, salt - and then deep fried. No, they are not healthy, I won't even pretend they are. But when you are having people over for and want to serve something which people will be reaching for the entire time, this is it! Or, hey, if you've been really really good with working out and eating right all week, maybe its just time to have one or two or three...
The oil that I used got too hot, and thats why these are darker than usual, but still taste so good!
1/2 cup Ghee (Clarified Butter)
1/2 cup Water
2 tbsp Wheat Flour
4 medium Potatoes, boiled, skinned and mashed very well
Salt, to taste
Oil, for deep frying
Heat the oil on low for deep frying in a shallow, flat-bottomed pan.
In another pan, heat the ghee and water together. When it starts to boil, remove the pan from heat.
Slowly - VERY slowly - add the flour a little bit at a time, whisking furiously the whole time, so lumps don't form. After all the flour has been added, add the mashed potatoes and salt and stir/ mash to combine completely.
Make little marble-sized balls from the potato mixture.
Slowly lower 4-5 balls at a time into the oil and fry until golden brown or darker. Drain on a tissue-lined colander. Serve warm with ketchup or chutney.
So so good!
Posted by Arundathi at 12:49 PM 5 comments:
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