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Tuesday, 12 April 2016


Wholewheat garlic ciabatta bread

The soft and chewy bread version without any improvers or gluten. Yes we buy store bought breads and it is soo soft and yummy than homemade and we'll wonder how it is made why homemade are not like that..... In bakeries they use gluten, bread improver, cp and lot more to make the bread pillowy soft. This version of ciabatta is free from all these chemicals and it can be made with sourdough to get free from yeast also. 

I made this bread so speacial with wheat and garlic dressing and  especially I had photo session with my bread in our mango farm. Really a very good experience I had when I made this bread and in photo session too...........

This post is for #breadbakers hosted by  Karen's Kitchen Stories http://www.karenskitchenstories.com/


Recipe source - silviascucina


Flour - 3/4 cup

  Wholewheat flour - 3 cups 

 Water- 1/4 cup 

 Milk- 1 cup 

olive oil / butter - 2 tbsp

 Active dry yeast - 1 tbsp

  Salt - 11/2 tsp

  Garlic dressing:  

 Garlic- 3 pods (crushed) 

 Butter- 1 tbsp 

 pepper crushed - 1/2 tsp  

Salt a pinch 

 Coriender leaves - 1 tsp( finely chopped) 

 Herb seasoning - a pinch  


Heat water in lukewarm add sugar a pinch and sprinkle yeast on top leave aside for 10 mins till it blooms. In a mixer stand add flour, salt  and yeast mixture add in milk and olive oil or butter beat well for 5-10 mins till it rolls non-sticky and pliable. keep aside in an oil greased bowl for 1 hr then knead again slightly and place in a baking tray and keep covered aside for 2 hrs. 

Mix soft butter, pepper powder, salt, coriender leaves, herb seasoning, crushed garlic well and brush them on top and

Preheat oven in 200°c and place the tray in and bake for 35 mins till it gets brown on top.

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Thursday, 10 March 2016



This is a yummy and delicious street foods around the streets of Kolkata in India. We delibrately love rasagullas by standing in roadsides of kolkata and enjoy this mouthwatering dish.......We can make this at home with same taste. I made this post for #BM 62 under street foods theme............


Milk - 1 ltr 

 flour - 1 tbsp

  whey water- 1/4- 1/2 cup*

For syrup:  

  sugar - 2 cups 

water- 4 cups  


In a deep bottomed pan add milk and bring to boil. When it boils add whey water slowly till it curdles well. Strain the paneer in a clean muslin cloth and drain completely. Now mash them  well and add flour knead them. Now make small balls and set aside.

In a big pan add sugar and water to make the syrup when the syrup begins to boil and the sugar dissolves well add the balls on by one and boil them with closed lid for 20 mins then open the lid and boil for further 10 mins till the ball rises up and becomes a spongy texture. Cool completely and serve. 

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