- Sauce – Mix 1 cup of water, 1 tbsp of Soy Sauce – 1 tbsp of Honey till dissolved.
- In a pan, drizzle in 2 tbsp of oil – heat to medium-high. Once the oil is hot, add 1 kg cooked potatoes – till lightly brown. 5-6 mnts
- Pour in the sauce – let it simmer – until potatoes have soaked sauce, and the sauce turns into a glaze -stir occasionally so potatoes don’t stick to pan.
- Turn of stove – garnish with Sesame seeds and fried Bacon
Adjust Honey / Soyasauce to Taste. Add garlic for more flavour. Skip Bacon if Vegetarian version preferred.
Different eyes see the same thing different.
We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.
― Alphonse Karr
A easy Flaky, Buttery Quiche recipe with Creamy Savoury filling of leeks Bacon and cheese a great addition to any lunchtime, Dinner or a Picnic.
Slice – Leeks to form Circles
Saute – 1 tbsp. Olive Oil – Brown 250 g Diced Bacon – Add Leeks – Saute 5 Mnts.
Preheat – Oven 180 Deg Celcius.
Beat – 5 Eggs – 1 cup Cream – 1 handful Parsley – Handful grated Cheese – Salt and Pepper to taste
Spread – Line Baking Tin – Circular Puff Pastry – Spread Sauteed Bacon – Veg mix – Pour -Egg Mixture.
Decorate – Pickled Sweet Pepper Slices – Sprinkle Grated Cheese to Taste
Bake – 30 Minutes – Preheated Oven. Check and Bake 5 Extra mnts. if needed
Mix Condensed Milk 250 gms – Desiccated coconut powder 250 gms – 1/4th cup extra coconut powder to roll out laddoos
Recipe for Coconut Ladoo, a ball shaped indian sweet or fudge prepared from fresh or desiccated coconut with milk and sugar for a moist and sweet dessert. Cardamom Powder can be used for Flavouring.
Naariyal ke Laddoo with condensed milk is a very quick way to prepare these traditional laddoos. 329 more wordsNaariyal Ke Laddoo — Dees Platter
We might think we are nurturing our garden, but of course it’s our garden that is really nurturing us.
– Jenny Uglow
Mother nature has the power to please, to comfort, to calm, and to nurture one’s soul.
– Antony Douglas