Saturday, January 20, 2007

A Foodie Tribute

My post today is a tribute to the fellow bloggers here. Here are some of the numerous recipes of fellow bloggers that I have attempted and had documentary evidence in the form of snaps! In future I will make it a point to take snaps of all my attempt of recipes of fellow bloggers.

Ashaji's - Foodie's Hope


This was the first time I ever baked Scones. And loved it as it is. Didn't even get time to cool them :) They were all gone in seconds. Is definitely a keeper. Though while baking them i forgot to brush them with milk or cream as it calls for in the recipe that's why may be it didn't had that nice golden color but taste wise mmmm!!!!...will remember next time.Thankyou Ashaji.

Sandeepa's- Bong Mom's CookBook

Breadrolls are one of my many favorite snacks. When I saw Baked beet breadroll posted on Sandeepa's blog...I was dying to make them. Boy! they were out of this world, so good that I didn't want to share it with my hubby. I guess I brushed too much of egg wash on the rolls that's why they turn too dark, tastewise it was perfect, next will take care while brushing egg wash on the rolls. Thankyou Sandeepa.

Archana's - Spicyana


Archana's Fruitcake, was the best thankyou treat for all my guest on Christmas eve. I had made them in mini loaf pan. Everyone loved it. While baking them the whole house was filled with its sweet aroma. Thankyou Archana for such a wonderful recipe.

Trupti's -The Spice Who Loved Me


Last but not the least, Trupti's Ringana-Batata Shaak i.e brinjal potato subzi. This is a subzi which I cook quite often now whenever I have brinjals or eggplant at hand, its a simple and easy recipe which I love...Thankyou Trupti for this Gujarati subzi which I always relish.

21 comments:

Asha said...

WOW!! Sri,you are on a marathon run!!Great choices.I will make Trupti's ,looks great.Brushing the scone with milk doesn't matter,tastes the same.Take the scones out of the oven little early to keep bottoms creamy as well.Thanks Sri,enjoy!:))

Sri said...

Hi Asha, I wanted to link the scones to yours but none of your links were working so had to link it to your main page. Let me know whenever its working.

TRS said...

Great job, Sri! all of it looks so good! I am glad you had fun trying them all out! Ringan Batata Shaak looks just great!

Cheers,Trupti

Seema said...

Sri, Beautiful presentation on all of them dear. Every item just looks great dear. Keep it up gal!!!
-
Seema

Sandeepa said...

Thanks Sri, they all look soooo good
I guess you used whole wheat bread for the bread roll and that is why they are more brown. But even I would go for Whole Wheat next time, much healthier

Waiting for your poli (??) I think it would be same as my "Pati Shapta"

RP said...

You were busy! Its nice learning from the blogs.
I loved the aroma of fruitcake baking too.

Lakshmik said...

Good selection of recipes from other blogs. Thanks for posting them here.

Nidhi said...

WOW! Sri, its so impressing. Love the way you have presented fellow bloggers recipes. Keep up the good work. Cheers, Nidhi.

Pooja said...

Hi Sri,
all the dishes you made looks nice .
acones,and ringana batata shak looks great. I love it.
-Pooja

Sri said...

Thankyou Seema,Trupti.

Thank you Sandeepa...yeah i made them with whole wheat bread. Will be posting soon.

Rp,Lakshmik,Nidhi,Pooja.
Thankyou.

Prema Sundar said...

Hi Sri ,
U have tried so many and all of them have turned out excellent. congrats.

Dilip said...

Great isn't it....trying all this lovely recipes from the blogshpere...I have learned so much fron fellow foodies...its a great experince...

archana said...

Wow Sri, what a spread !!!! I am sooo happy that you liked the recipe. Loved the way you packed it, very nice photo.

Sri said...

Thanks prema.

Yes very true Dilipji....came across so many new dishes and dishes Ialways wished to try.

Thankyou Archana.

Gattina said...

Oh yeah I remember Sandeepa bread rolls, yours and everything look fantastic!

sailaja said...

Your post inspires me to try them out too, Sri. Want to give Trupti's sabji a try.

TRS said...

Hi Sri...
just a quick hi...

Trupti

Sumitha said...

Sri I tried your Pav bhaji yday.....it was awesome!Shibu loved it so much too,I told him it is from your blog,he said no wonder its good:)

mandira said...

Sri - what variety, you've been busy girl! Everything looks delicious.

Sri said...

Oooh yeah Gattina...however mine came little dark may be coz i used wheat bread.

Sailja do try them they are qucik and easy to make n are tasty too!

Hi Trupti...:)

Thankyou Sumi...I am really glad to know that you both loved it.

Thankyou Mandira.

Sandeepa said...

hi sri, just checking on you :)