Chhena Poda is a baked paneer cake from Odisha

Chhena Poda | Baked Cottage Cheese (Paneer) Cake from Odisha

My list of recipes to try is a mile long and seems to get longer by the day as I discover new cuisines and dishes. In recent times, Odia cuisine has caught my interest and I am now determined to explore this culinary tradition. So here comes the recipe for Chhena

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Crunchy Baked Chickpeas

Spicy, Crunchy Baked Chickpeas: A High-Protein Snack

Today, I present Spicy, Crunchy Baked Chickpeas. It is a wonderful and healthy snack that is in keeping with both the theme of the 105th Foodie Monday Blog Hop, Savoury Baked Dishes, as well as my decision to eat healthy. It also fit into my crazy work schedule. Truth be told

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The Perfect Traditional Christmas Cake with Alcohol

The Perfect Traditional Christmas Cake (with Rum Soaked Dry Fruits and Fragrant Spices)

This year I was determined to bake a Traditional Christmas Cake, laden as it is with dry fruits and fed with alcohol. I was fascinated by the cake in itself and the entire process for making it. And boy, did I enjoy myself in the process. I had so many doubts

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Orange and Poppy Seed Cake – Donna Hay’s Recipe

I have been meaning to bake a cake for quite a while now but somehow never seemed to have the time for it. I have just three cake recipes on this blog; The Perfect Butter Cake, The Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting and Revani. Then of course, my friend Sandra stepped

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Eggless Goan Baath Cake (Semolina Coconut Cake) – Bake Without Oven by Sandra Gonsalvez

Today, I am pleased to present a wonderful Christmas cake called the Goan Baath Cake by Sandra Gonsalves. As the name suggests, this Semolina and Coconut cake recipe is from Goa. Sandra has also made this vegetarian Eggless Goan Baath Cake and baked it without an oven. This post also comes at the perfect time

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Nankhatai – Eggless Indian Cookies or Shortbread!

As a child, my brother and I waited eagerly for the old Chachaji who would sell his wonderful baked wares door-to-door. Chachaji would have this well-worn, shiny steel trunk on his head and in this trunk were treasures like Nankhatai, Rusk, Khari, and Kadak Pav. The Chachaji had carefully customized this trunk

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