Banoffee Pie Recipe | How to make Mini Banoffee Pie

When we had done the BM International Cuisine, I desperately wanted to make this Banoffee Pie. Since my England dish was done almost in the beginning and couldn’t redo a different dish, I had to keep this Banoffee Pie on hold. As such this has been on my to do list for such a long […]

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How to make Chocolate Gravy

There was really no reason for the delay other than the simple fact that I was busy reading something, which somehow made updating this post, little boring. I feel so bad about it. Well here’s the final dish for the BM#48, final week and last in the series of Sauces. I had to make this […]

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How to make Chancaca Syrup

For the second day of BM#48, under Sauces, I landed in an interesting Sauce made with Chancaca. I was on a mission to know what this ingredient was all about. My research led me to details that made me grin. The syrup is made with Chancaca or Panela. Guess what this is! It’s gur or […]

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Potato Pizzette Bites with Quick Tomato Sauce

For the final day under Pizzas, Pastas n Noodles, I have this quick Potato Pizzette Bites made with a quick tomato sauce. I was looking at a quick dish as I had this left out from my weekend schedule and I was sure I will be able to manage only this after a workday. This […]

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Zambian Chapati | Zambian Meal ~ Z for Zambia

For the last and final alphabet, Z, I went on to do a Zambian Meal. Can’t believe a month has so swiftly passed away and we are on the last day, doing this International Food journey around the world in 30 days, doing an ABC cooking for each day.  We have cooked up 26 countries, […]

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Malawah | Yemeni Skillet Bread ~ Y for Yemen

We are on the last but one alphabet left to do on this BM # 44 international ABC Cooking, with Y. I selected to do Yemeni Skillet Bread. Malawach or Malawah is a fried bread that is supposed to be the staple bread of Yemenite Jews. When I was searching for a possible kid friendly […]

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Cafe Sua Da – Vietnamese Iced Coffee ~ V for Vietnam

Next on the global tour, it’s V for Vietnam and we came upon a killer recipe and it’s for keeps. It’s called Cafe Sua Da, the Vietnamese Iced Coffee and it’s simply outstanding. I am not sure how many of you have already tried this. This is really such a simple recipe and I really […]

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Semolina Halva ~ T for Turkey

After the delicious Chocolate Caliente, we are doing T. I chose Turkey when I checked for letters starting with alphabet. Initially I was planning to make Baklava, as it’s been on my list for such a long time. However seeing it’s a common dish across so many countries, decided to keep it on hold for […]

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