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The ingredients for this scrumptious guilty pleasure include apricot jam, dark and white chocolate. Plus it's traditionally served at Christmas. But you pick any holiday or special event or just treat yourself!
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on another awesome food blog. This one has been save in my bookmarks
for forever! It's called “Hilda's
Touch of Spice”. The blog is published by Hilda
Mascarenhas. Her recipes include a wonderful sampling of European, Asian and American cuisines, and categories are for holidays, by countries,
vegetarian versus non-vegetarian, desserts, side dishes, soups and
salads, and more! The best way to describe her blog is using her own words:
"Mouth watering recipes & essential cooking advice, helping you to
add the right Touch of Spice to make simple home cooking special!"
That's the description from her Facebook page. In 2013 her page reached 1,000 Likes. As of today (2016), it has over 5,000 Likes! Isn't that marvelous?
Since it's the holiday season you're going to love
this share. It's her Christmas Special menu, followed by a few more
selected blog posts that I like. Enjoy!
Popularly known as "Japanese Cotton Cheesecake" due to its cotton texture this beautiful baked cheesecake is delicately soft. Very famous years ago on the net, you will find several recipes to this delicious cake.
Two of my eternal favorites... Carrots and Coconut. Just can't do without them! 🙂 They bind beautifully to form into gorgeous,sweet and yummy ladoos. A perfect ball of melt in the mouth goodness to satiate that sweet craving.
Rustic and full of flavor this delectable Chicken/Murg Handi is so succulent. Like many who love this dish, we are no exception. There are many good restaurants in Pune who prepare this dish really well. Making an almost authentic, traditional Murg handi at home is an experience to be savored.