Monday, 19 November 2012

Baking Partners: A new Baking Group

A group of home bakers helping each other to achieve perfection.

Baking a home made Baking a homemade bread, cake or cookies will give the best outcome. However in order to achieve the best results, a perfect recipe and right techniques are required.

We are a small group of home baker friends, who love and want to learn more about the nook and corners of baking.  We are planning to try out recipes from books/magazines and cooking shows.  Every member gets a chance to present their choice of recipe and share important points with the rest of the group.

Main purpose of this group is to learn the techniques, critic the procedure if there are ways to improve, and to eat a delicious food.

Rules are simple, we will choose one recipe and send it out to the group by 16th of every month and the reveal date will be 15th of the next month. On that day we will blog about it. A linky tool will be open during that time and each member can link their post.

First month we are going to do a recipe, 2nd and 3rd month will be a theme and the 4th month we will be back at a recipe. By doing in between recipes, we will able to learn more.

All enthusiastic bloggers interested in baking are welcome, please email Swathi  of Zesty South Indian Kitchen  at

We will appreciate the use of logo or worded link that will help to spread the word.  A bunch of thanks to Tina for designing this beautiful logo

If you   want to make it a gluten or vegan free diet, you can do those modifications also.

Sindhi saag (sai bhaaji)

   Sai meaning green and bhajji meaning vegetables, this sindhi dish has an great fusion of vegetables along with greens.  This is quite addictive and ever since I made them, my husband, who is an fussy eater, demands them atleast once an week   :)  And, yes who wont resist such an delecious bhajji with an healthy pack of ingredients?  :)

I tried this bhajji many times, and altered the composition of dal to vegetable ratio.  I found the below one to be quick and easy.  Traditionally these bhajji is served with rice, though they make an excellant combo with roti/paratha/dosa etc.  And, yes, there is not limits or constraints on the vegetables added, you can go ahead and experiment with your own stocked up vegetables, because this bhajji will never disappoint you :P

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