Moroccan Msemen | Square Shaped Moroccan Pancakes

I decided to make the plain Msemen for the kids and served it with Honey Butter Syrup. I have made a separate post of making the Moroccan Pastry Dough, as I am planning on making the other types of Rghaif. This plain one turned out so delicious that one can simply eat it as such. And […]

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How to make Rghaif | Moroccan Pastry Dough

When I started looking into the Moroccan flatbreads, I decided on making a Msemen. That led me to Rghaif, the pastry dough of Morocco. This dough is used as the base for many other flat-breads  Apart from being made plain, you can stuff these with variety of fillings, before it is folded and cooked. These […]

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Srilankan Pol Roti | Coconut Roti From Sri Lanka

For the fifth day of Breakfast across Countries, I am doing another flabread from our neighboring country, Srilanka.Though I haven’t read much on the country’s cuisine, from what I have seen on the blogs, I assume it to be closly related to our South Indian cuisines. While I am open to try new cuisines, taking […]

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Afghani Bolani Kadoo With Yogurt Dip

For the third day, I selected Afghanistan, a country that was cooked most in our previous Mega BM. Even then I had bookmarked quite a few to be tried out and since it was going to be a breakfast, I naturally looked at my friends who dished out breakfast combos. I remembered Priya Srinivasan‘s Afghani […]

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Sooji Ka Halwa ~ A Pakistani Nashta

As part of the Halwa Puri Aur Cholay Ka Salan ~ A Pakistani Nashta , I made the Sooji Ka Halwa. Again even though I have so many versions of Sooji Halwa on the blog, just cooking it differently or using different measurement, I was surprised the taste can vary so much. So this method has become my favorite noe. I […]

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Aaloo Cholay | Aloo Cholay Ka Salan ~ A Pakistani Nashta

Even if I have ten different ways to cook the Kabuli channa, I still get tempted to try a new version. I was badly tempted when I saw the combination of Halwa Puri. Though the name doesn’t include the chhole, it goes without saying that the pooris are served with Chhole.  This seem to be […]

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Halwa Puri Aur Cholay Ka Salan ~ A Pakistani Nashta

We begin the week 4 with an interesting category of mine, the Breakfast across the globe. We were supposed to being this mega marathon with this theme, unfortunately the combos scared all and we interchanged. For this week as well, I wanted to stay clear of Indian dishes, though I still picked up one from […]

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Harissa | Tunisian Chili Sauce

Next we move on to Tunisia to make their famous Harissa, the hot Chili sauce. While there are so many ways one makes the Harissa, the common methods being roasting the peppers and then making a paste. The chilies used serrano peppers along with other varieties. I have read about jalapenos being used as well. […]

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Mexican Homemade Nacho Cheese Sauce

For the third day under Condiments, I wanted to try a dip. This dip is more like a sauce that can be poured over a dish or can be served as a dip. When I made the Mexican Tortilla platter, I had wanted to make these Cheese Nacho Dip as well. Then better judgement prevailed […]

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Caramelized Onion & Roasted Garlic Focaccia

We are starting the final week of this Baking Mega BM. I think this was one of the easiest Mega BM that we have done till date. Even though we had finalized the theme months before, I started preparing for this only a week before April and I managed to have the first week ready. […]

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