Originally from South India, this tasty dish is so wholesome you can eat it as a one-dish meal.
I can guarantee that the cookies will fly off the jars before Christmas!
The cookies in this recipe can be eaten as it is, without the peanut cream. However, I must say that the peanut cream actually complements the almond cookies. If you want to, substitute the chopped almond with chopped peanuts!
Pizza is easy to make and you don’t have to leave it to the Italians to do it. In fact, I think pizza making is as easy as making chapatti at home.
You can make several mini pies with this recipe too!
Panettone cake is very easy to make. You don’t need to use yeast and there is no fermentation involved.
To make this cake really divine, use bananas that are very ripe – the ones that have brown flecks on the peel.
Fresh natural fruits are always bursting with flavour and numerous health benefits and it will be a bonus to use them.
My mother used to soak rice grains, grind the grains with coconut and bananas and then flavour it with ground cardamoms, coconut chips and chunky mashed bananas.