Monday, January 30, 2012

Oven Roasted Chicken Wings

Sunday i made these chicken wings for our lunch along with chicken biryani.I marinated these wings with curd and spices overnight and baked in oven.Here goes the recipe..


Chicken wings-4pieces
Red chili pwd-1tsp
Garam masala-1tsp
Ginger garlic paste-1tsp
Chopped green chillies-2nos
Pepper pwd-1/2tsp
Food colour a pinch


Take a mixing bowl and mix all the above ingredients except butter and marinate it for overnight in fridge.

preheat oven at 230degrees and place the leg pieces on a baking tray lined with silver foil and grill for 10mints on one side.

Then apply butter on both sides and grill the other side for another 10mints.

Finally remove from the tray and transfer into serving bowl and serve with onions rings and tomato rings or with mint chutney.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Chocolate Muffins

Yesterday night i made these chocolate muffins at 8clock.When my daughter asked me that she wants to have muffins right now at that time,so i prepared these muffins.Its very easy to prepare and takes only 20minutes to complete the whole process,10 minutes for mixing and 10 minutes for baking.So its very easy.Here goes the recipe.. 


Plain flour-125gms
Coco powder-25gms
Baking powder-1tsp
Sunflower oil-2tbsp
Chocolate Chips-100gms(both white n chocolate)
Salt a pinch
Muffin cases

Preheat the oven at 160C.
Take a bowl and sieve the flour,coco powder and baking powder.Mix well.
Add choco chips and mix well.
In another bowl mix egg,sunflower oil,milk and sugar  properly. 
Now add these wet ingredients into dry ingredients bowl and mix well.
Divide the mixture evenly between the muffin cases and sprinkle some white choco chips on top.Bake for 10 to 12 minutes until they risen or toothpick comes clean when  you test.Cool them on wire rack and then enjoy

Sending this recipe to CC-Chocolate Fest

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Roast Parsnips With Cornmeal

Yesterday i made these roast parsnips,which are super healthy and high in fibre,good source of vitamin C.The cornmeal add a crust to the parsnips and make them extra crispy too.Here goes the recipe..

Parsnips-1kg,quartered and core removed
Nutmeg powder a pinch
Olive oil-4tbsp


Heat oven to 200C.Mix together the cornmeal and nutmeg,and set aside.Bring a pan of salted water to the boil,tip in the parsnips and cook for 6mins or until just tender.Drain.While parsnips are still hot,toss with the cornmeal mixture to coat.

Set a roasting tin over the hob and heat the oil.Add the parsnips and turn to coat in the oil.Put the tin in the oven and roast for 15mins,then turn the parsnips over and cook for 15mins more until golden.
Once it is ready transfer into a serving bowl and enjoy hot- hot  and crispy  roast parsnips..

Sending this dish to Winter Vegetables

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Basic Vanilla Cupcake

Today i made these basic vanilla cupcakes.It has been so long i have baked any cakes or cupcakes.So today i thought of why not make these cupcakes which is very simple and very delicious to have.I prepared these cupcakes before my daughter return from school because she likes these cakes very much.Here goes the recipe..


Plain flour-150g
Baking powder-11/2tsp
Vanilla extract-1tsp


Preheat the oven to 160 C.

Sieve  the flour and baking powder together.Place the butter and sugar in a mixing bowl and whisk with an electric mixer until light,fluffy and really creamy.Add vanilla extract.Gradually whisk in the beaten egg,a little at a time until smooth,adding a spoonful of flour if the mixture curdles.using a large metal spoon ,fold in the sieved flour.

Divide the mixture evenly between the cupcake cases and bake for 18 to 20 minutes until golden brown and risen.Cool them on wire rack and then enjoy!

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Cauliflower Masala

Today i made cauliflower masala for my lunch.It is very easy,simple and quick to cook.We had this masala with can have this as a sidedish along with rice.Here goes the recipe.. 


Cauliflower- 1 medium one
Onions- 2 medium
Tomato-2 medium
Ginger garlic paste-1tbsp
Red chilli powder-1tsp
Coriander powder-1tsp
Chopped corianderleaves
Turmeric powder-1/2tsp
salt to taste


Cut the cauliflower into florets and cook them in boiling water for 5minutes along with a little salt.Drain the water from the florets and keep asdie.
Heat a pan with oil,add fennel seeds,once they splutter add chopped onions and saute them  till they change there colour.Add ginger garlic paste followed by chopped tomatoes,turmeric powder and fry them till raw smells goes out from the paste.Add chilli powder and mix well.Add florets,corinder powder and mix well so that all florets are nicely coated with the masala and cook with closed lid for 5minutes on medium flame.Then add half a cup of water and mix well and cook till the florets are nicely cooked.If you  want you can add some more water and cook.Finally add chopped coriander leaves and transfer into a serving bowl and enough with chapati's.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Bread Upma

Bread upma which is very easy and quick to prepare.Every one as there own way of making this bread upma.Today i made with brown bread in my style.Hope you all like it and try..


Brown bread-6slices, teared into pieces
Tomato-2nos small
Onion-1 no small
Red chili powder-1tsp(instead of this chili powder you can use green chillies)
Turmeric powder-1/2tsp
Tomato ketchup-2tbsp
Lemon juice-1tsp
salt to taste
Chopped coriander leaves


Tear or cut bread into small pieces.Sprinkle a little water.Heat a little oil in a pan.Add 1tsp of mustard seeds,chopped onion,fry them till they change there colour.Add turmeric powder,chili powder,chopped tomatoes and saute them well.Add tomato ketchup and mix well.Add bread pieces and coriander leaves and required salt and toss them well. cook them for 2minutes and finally add 1tsp of lemon juice and transfer into a serving bowl and enjoy!
Sending this recipe to Lets Cook With Leftovers

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Oaty Apple Crumble

First of all Happy New year to all my blogger friends and readers.This year i want to start my blog with a dessert ,so i have prepared Oaty Apple Crumble yesterday.Here goes the recipe..


Royal gala eating apples-6nos,peeled cored and cut into chunks
Caster sugar-40grams

Soft light brown sugar-50grams



Plain flour-150grams


Flaked almonds-50grams

Ground cinnamon-1tsp


Cook the apples with the caster sugar in a large pan, stirring occasionally - add a splash of water if they start to stick on the bottom. When just about tender and a bit saucy and tip into large ovenproof dish.

Melt the brown sugar, honey and butter together in a large pan. Off the heat, stir in the oats, flour, almonds and cinnamon until sticky and crumbly. Divide over the apples. To bake straight away, heat oven to 160C fan then bake for 40-50 Min's until topping is golden and crisp.Once its cooked remove from the oven and allow to cool.Enjoy tasty and yummy crumble with ice cream or like it self.