- ► 2009 (31)
- Rabri Falooda
- Daring Bakers November 2008 - Caramel Cake
- Masala Idli
- Capsicum Bhaajji/ Dry Capsicum Curry
- Egg Muffins
- Corn Salad
- Atte Ja Ladoo / Wheat Flour Ladoo
- Masala Bread For a Good Cause
- Aloo Gobi ki Tehari
- Masoor Dal
- Vegetable Cutlets
- Vegetable Soup
- Karao / Wheat Flour Halwa
- Palak Roti / Spinach Roti
- Phool Tapasha / Lotus Seeds Curry
- Baked Veggie Squares
- Macaroni Salad
- Peach Crumble
- Gobi Parantha / Cauliflower Parantha
- Kaju Paneer / Cashew Paneer
- Sindhi Pakoda/Vegetable Pakoda
- Pea Soup
- Mango Coconut laddu
- Earl Grey Tea Loaf
- Vegetable Fried Rice
- Quick Mushroom Gravy
- Chappa - Potato Channa dal Pattice
- Honey Dijon Dressing
- ▼ November (30)
500 gms all-purpose flour
1 tbsp (10 gms) quick rising yeast
3/4 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tbsp red chili flakes
2 tbsp dry corriander leaves / or fresh
1/2 tbsp olive oil
salt to taste
1/2 cup lukewarm milk
1 3/4 cup (aproximately) lukewarm water
water for brushing
melted butter for greasing and brushing
- Seive the all-purpose flour and salt, combine.
- Mix in the yeast. Combine well.
- Make a well in the center.
- Add the lukewarm milk, sugar and olive oil.
- Mix well using fingers and bring the dough together.
- Knead to a dough using lukewarm water as required.
- Knead the dough for about 10 minutes, till smooth.
- Shape the dough into a ball. Grease a large bowl.
- Grease the dough surface and place in the bowl.
- Cover dough with kitchen towel or plastic wrap and let it sit in a warm area for 10 minutes.
- Punch it down and shape the dough to desired shape, place in a greased loaf pan or on a cookie sheet shaped as a flat ball.
- Brush melted butter on top, cover again and keep it aside to rise for 30 minutes.
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Bake for 30 minutes or till bread is done. When you tap the bottom of the pan you should hear a hollow noice.
- Cool on a wire rack.
Priya tagged me to bake a bread for The Worldwide Blogger Bake off Challenge.
Breadline Africa is a South African-based charity that is seeking to put a lasting end to poverty South Africa (and further afield in Africa) by breaking the cycle of poverty and helping communities to achieve long-term self-sustainability. Breadline Africa was founded in 1993 when a group of community and social workers in South Africa (who had first-hand knowledge of the uniquely African problems that they faced) formed an alliance with like-minded colleagues in Europe (who were well-placed to source donations in valuable foreign currency). Armed with this unique combination of skills, Breadline Africa has been able to raise funds in Europe and use their local knowledge to identify which small, ground-level projects in Africa are most likely to succeed with a financial boost.
On Blog Action Day, Breadline Africa launched their Worldwide Blogger Bake-Off Campaign. The aim is to raise $1 million in funds for a project to convert shipping containers into locations for food production and distribution in Africa. It is hoped that these sustainable community kitchens will not only provide food such as bread and soup to those in need, but also opportunities for skills development within poor communities.
Bloggers can download the Blogger Bake off Widget n tag five other bloggers to do this challenging bake off.
I still have to tag 5 people will do that soon.
23rd day of RM2
Check out what other members cooked today.