A blog which is filled with easy and quick recipes mostly made from scratch. We enjoy healthy food with some indulgence here and there at times.
Portland in Oregon. Something in the center of the city near the 'Pioneer Courthouse Square' .. nothing too expensive !! reasonable :)
Thanks everybody so much :)
@Jerzee : I know , should do my research a little on sugar. Please share with me any article if you feel might be interesting
@dbcurrie : So Gyan should be pronounced as g-yaan.. i guess ! don't know how to explain pronunciation much :D
Thanks a lot for those comments .
Cary was a typo .. i wanted to write Crazy :D
Gyan means lesson in Hindi. I am so used to using the term gyan, that I just didn't realize :)
lets say cookies .. i have seen that they use only brown sugar .. mostly ? right ? Now if I am making a cake, can i substitute white sugar with brown ?
Again , lets say I want to caramelize some fruits , should I use brown or white ? I really don't know the difference at all !
see, that's the thing! I want to share the recipe via my blog. Do you know how to do that ? Like in foodbuzz we do, we provide the the link of our post and people can directly go to the blog and see the recipe .. i don't know how it is suppose to be done here !
oh yeah !!! Onion too ..I use that a lot ! But then I am an Indian and most Indian food cannot be prepared without onions .. I guess that's why I never realized it .. it was a part of the system .. unlike garlic :P
* have ... this is what happens when you type while lying in the couch :P T
Nice to know I am company ;)
This is absolutely great. It happened with me a couple of times. I tried milk, coconut milk, sometime I just cut a medium potato in half and dip it. It socked the heat and later I take it out and use it in some other dish. I have also tried all purpose flour, just a spoon can take away a lot of heat.
I will have to visit this market coming weekend :)
This is nice and simple recipe. I will surely try. Although I might add about 1tbs cumin powder and 1tbs garam masala powder to bring up the spice .