would you not love to see all your fav pasta shapes in one dish? Well there is one problem to that, some may cook faster than the other, but trust me they wont become a mush. This is strictly non Italian fare as the pasta shall not be Al dente. I made a simple creamy tomato peppers creamy sauce to go with this.
This post is a part of Blogging marathon 29 where theme for the week 1 is cooling with colors. Today the color is Almost orange.
I somehow can never make “LESS” khichdi 😦 There is forever a box of that in the fridge. To give it a twist I decided to make this muffin. Low on oil/butter and packed with veggies. This post is a part of Blogging marathon 29 where theme for the week 1 is cooling with colors. Today the color is YELLOW
Aaah in my household we LOVE LOVE LOVE pizza. There is always a bottle of sauce somewhere in the fridge at all time. 🙂
This time I got a chance to make the beautiful sauce my way and new york way. The New York Style pizza originated in the city in early 1990’s. The key features are that it is light, tin, crispy yet fold-able. I added little semolina on the pizza tray before spreading the base on it. What airy yet crisp pizzas we had. *Sigh* Must make one soon. 🙂
This post is a part of Baking Partners and Home Bakers challenge.
Home Bakers- We group are of food entusiasts who started a monthly event for baking for both bloggers and non-bloggers initiated by Priya of Priyas Versatile recipes. For this month challenge,Divya of Divya’s culinary journey announced 4 different pizza with the home made tomato sauce,a recipe from Martha Stewart.
Baking Partners- This is pioneered by Swathi who is daring in the kitchen and an adorable blogger 🙂
We are a small group of home baker friends, who love and want to learn more about the nook and corners of baking. We are planning to try out recipes from books/magazines and cooking shows. Every member gets a chance to present their choice of recipe and share important points with the rest of the group. Main purpose of this group is to learn the techniques, critic the procedure if there are ways to improve, and to eat a delicious food.
1 bunch… Spinach leaves [Blanch in salted water for 3-4 min]
1 Small… Onion [Chopped]
5-6… Cloves of garlic
2 tbsp… Oil
Salt and pepper to taste
In a pan, heat oil and add the crushed garlic and let it fry until nice and brown.
Add the onion and cook it until it is translucent.
Puree the spinach and add it to the pan.
Add salt and pepper.
Cook until most of the water evaporated and a ketchup like consistency is ready.
Spread it on panini’s, subs, pizzas practically anything and serve with love.
This dish is specially for Pavani’s event- 5 ingredient fix, which she is hosting this month in Srivalli’s Kid’s Delight event.She has given salt/sugar, chilli powder/pepper powder, oil/butter as freebies and this dish which uses very few ingredients seems apt for her event.
I never would have thought that a day would come and I would make something I love something really quick and healthier. You might still miss the oily pattie but what the heck, I call it the lazy woman’s burger.
This recipe is part of the 30 day Blogging Marathon for this month. Check out other participants here in the Blogging Marathon page.