Saturday, April 28, 2012


Cookies are a great accompaniment to your coffee or tea. They come in various flavors and shapes. I whipped up these this afternoon using chopped dates.

These Date & Ginger Cookies proved popular with my guest and family. Loved this recipe, so quick and easy also very low in fat too. It was a definite winner with spicy flavor from ground ginger.

They are wonderful just as it is but you can dress them up with colored sugar or sprinkles if you want.

Date & Ginger Cookies @

Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Cauliflower Stir Fry Recipe @

Stir fry is an easy way to bring out the flavor of the vegetables and it is a healthy way to eat them. I realized that you can stir fry pretty much any vegetable, carrot, spinach, potato, french bean, long bean and many more with the same method with fantastic result.

This time I have used cauliflower to go along with rice or flatbread.   Cauliflower Stir Fry  is most requested by my kids. 

Cauliflower Stir Fry Recipe @

Saturday, April 21, 2012


Date Cake Eggless Recipe  @

This is the best Date Bundt Cake Eggless I've ever baked. My family was super impressed.  It  really has a great consistency and smells wonderful while baking..

This cake slices nicely and looks so appetizing served on pretty plate.   Date Bundt Cake Eggless would make a great dessert for dinner party or picnic.

Date Bundt Cake Eggless Recipe  @

Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Stuffed Bread Recipe @

The idea for Stuffed Bread was inspired by the bread we had at the nearby bakeries. A little stuffed bread is exactly what I want as a snack in the afternoon.

I love to re-create a bread recipe with different toppings or add on. Bread baking is a satisfying and challenging project I truly enjoy.

For this Stuffed Bread recipe, the filling is sandwiched  in between the dough.   The filling will be different everyday, based on what's in season and its availability in our pantry. The possibilities  are endless. You can even make half the bread savory and the other half sweet.

Stuffed Bread Recipe @

Saturday, April 14, 2012


Oat Crunch Cookies Eggless Recipe @

Oat Crunch Cookies Eggless Recipe @

 Treat your family with this classic favorite that are easy and whole grain seekers will appreciate, the rolled oats. This is the most requested oat cookies I've ever made. Using rolled oat and breakfast cereal (cornflakes, shredded wheat, cheerios, etc)  or only rolled oat, these are great to work with. They hold their shape well while baking, not much spreading at all. You can  lightly crush the  oat/cereal if they are tough or s too big.

They are wonderful. These cookies came out just crisp enough to be absolutely delicious. Not too soft, not too crisp. Will be keeping this recipe for my future cravings of crunchy cookies!