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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Soft Buns & Creamy Chicken Spread For Breakfast

Soft Buns & Creamy Chicken Spread For Breakfast

I look up to easy-breezy and speed up breakfast recipes for stress free mornings and here I came up with chicken spread that not only goes along with salad and wraps but it turned into an epic hit with soft and fresh mini buns. They were special because of the mini bites and easy-to-go morning packs for him. The sublime hint of black pepper balances amazingly high in my routine nosh and neither would I know it would be the star ingredient in my spread recipe too. Startling collection of spices, mayonnaise and shredded chicken with sweet corn come together to form a tasty breakfast to start your day with, your kids will love it and so do you.

Believe me, the appendage of sweet corn and creamy mayonnaise with a kick of cilantro brings a spark in taste buds and hits every corner of satisfaction. Overwhelming, different, light and welcoming breakfast recipe that is easily accepted and applauded by Hashim, this is what makes my day! A well spent effort for loved ones if appreciated right away makes my day pushing me harder to try something new, exciting and different each day. Add this one and enjoy beautiful mornings with light and creamy eatables! I served them with cheesy chicken sandwich, crispy chicken samosa’s and flavorsome chicken stick for a heavy meal perfection! You can serve them with your choice of finger foods to comfort and enjoy summer breakfast!

Soft Buns & Creamy Chicken Spread For Breakfast

Preparation Time: 8-10 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Serves: 4-5 persons

1 cup shredded chicken pieces
1 small cup sweet corn, drained
½ teaspoon red chili powder
 1/2 teaspoon black pepper powder
1 cup mayonnaise, as per your likings 
2 cups water
1 tablespoon chopped cilantro
Salt to taste

  • In boiling water, add chicken pieces and ½ teaspoon salt and cover the pan, allow it to cook on a medium flame until the chicken turns soft and tender.
  • Allow the chicken to cool down by draining all the extra water, shred the chicken into fine pieces and throw away the bones if any.
  • In a big bowl, add 1 cup mayonnaise, ½ teaspoon red chili powder, ½ teaspoon black pepper powder and salt as per the taste, mix the mixture evenly and add the chicken shreds and sweet corn. Mix well and adjust the seasonings. You can skip adding sweet corns if you want, enjoy with breads, buns and wraps and don't forget to garnish with chopped cilantro and with any of your favorite sauce.
  • You can refrigerate the spread in an airtight container for longer runs.

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Monday, June 19, 2017

A Recipe Of Belgian Waffle

A Recipe Of Belgian Waffle

In India, we treat ourselves with sweets and namkeen to crown the jiff of fest, Malpua is one of the mildly added saccharine pancakes that go along with rabdi or thick creamy sweetened milk. Malpau is sense to be delicate crepe made out of the mixture of refined flour and milk and later deep fried in clarified butter for spectacular taste and wonderful aroma. Malpua ranks high in the dessert section with a soft, crisp and satisfying note, dada used to bring me hot and soft malpua to put an amazing end of the day. Another fashion of pancakes that have regularly enticed me are the one's topped with chocolicious nutella, not so sweet and a flawless start of the morning. Simple batter, easy baking, fulfilling toppings and a great way to pack and carry along! Wonders can only happen on a lovely planet like earth, and what else can be a blessing portion than a beautiful series of pristine pancakes!

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Golden Balls In Sugary Syrup/ Mama’s Special Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jaman

In dubai, my adopted home, summer is the time to eat soft meals and chilled puddings, fruit custard made ahead from chocolates and deep dark vine fruits or sweet one’s to revive the tune and aura of air. In India, my home, mama used to make array of my favorite dessert configuring like pulms “gulab jamun”, it is a golden pulm shaped sweet concoct by throwing together milk powder and milk, these are eventually deep fried for resplendent finish and next dipped in saffron syrup so that the jamun drinks all the sweetness inside giving juicy and dainty shape of dessert and later refrigerate them in an irregular glass canister. The word gulab jamun has spring from the Indian roots meaning rose berries, the term straddles a series of confections across Asia and south America, there is a strong tradition of making sweets in my family, it was my mama who was famed for her mohanthal, shukhdi, rasmalia, sweet momos and varieties and choices of halwa’s and my personal favorite gulab jamun!