Watermelon Lookalike Bread Recipe


I love trying out new recipes and when I stumbled upon this recipe of a Bread that looks like a Watermelon I must say I was excited and challenged. I love a challenge to prove to myself that I can actually do it. This recipe seemed complicated but if you follow the instructions to the end you will find that it is quite easy and fun to do it. So here goes my Watermelon Lookalike Bread, that I kind of burnt the crust..PS.. always check the temperature of your oven well…So let’s do this… Continue reading “Watermelon Lookalike Bread Recipe”

Egg-in-a-hole Recipe


Want a new way to cook your egg and toast? Why not try Egg-in-a-hole? Called so because you break an egg inside a hole you made on your slice of bread and cook. Easy? Yeah! Most Egg-in-a-hole recipes have runny eggs so if you don’t like your eggs sunny side up? Let the egg cook for longer and you have your yummy breakfast. Here is the recipe for this awesome breakfast toast. Have fun! Continue reading “Egg-in-a-hole Recipe”

How to make soft Whole Wheat Chapati


I have always enjoyed making Chapati, though it wasn’t so when I was growing up. I hated the whole process of kneading and whenever we cooked they always turned out really hard, cardboard hard, but mum insisted we would eat those hard shapeless excuse of Chapatis until we learnt. And learnt I did until it was no longer a hustle, I have ever woken up craving Chapatis at five in the morning on a work day so I cooked them. Proud to say I have perfected the art of Chapati cooking. I have always cooked white Chapatis so I decided to try out much more healthier Brown/Whole wheat Chapatis. For me the secret to creating very soft Chapati has always been kneading with hot water and using a good amount of oil. So let me show you how I made these awesome soft Brown Chapatis. Continue reading “How to make soft Whole Wheat Chapati”

Lemon Bundt Cake Recipe


I love baking and recently have been fascinated by the Bundt Cake. So a bit about this awesome cake. A Bundt cake is a cake that is baked in a Bundt pan, shaping it into a distinctive ring shape. The shape is inspired by a traditional European cake known as Gugelhupf, but Bundt cakes are not generally associated with any single recipe. The style of mold in North America was popularized in the 1950s and 60s, after cookware manufacturer Nordic Ware trademarked the name “Bundt” and began producing Bundt pans from cast aluminum. Publicity from Pillsbury saw the cakes gain widespread popularity. Continue reading “Lemon Bundt Cake Recipe”

Fried Onion Pasta with Cabbage Recipe

Nothing beats comfort food like Pasta, you can have it with anything from Beef, Chicken, and even fish. So I wanted something that would require little ingredients and did not take too long to prepare. So I simply looked around my kitchen to see what was there and found that I had some left over cabbage from dinner last night. The only thing I would have to cook was the Pasta which is easy anyway. So here in my supper that I enjoyed. Simple and not time consuming at all. Continue reading “Fried Onion Pasta with Cabbage Recipe”