2nd May, 2015We successfully finished our Month long Baking Marathon and it was a great experience. This marathon gave me a chance to try my hands on several new breads and bakes. The book marks list has grown so much that we need a marathon to make those. Thanks to the BM team and Srivalli for making this happen month after month.
I have the complete list of all the bakes that I have done this month. Click on the picture or the recipe name and it will take you to that particular recipe. Also there is a link up at the end of the page if you want to see what my team baked for this month.
This is an egg less bread recipe which I made with home made buttermilk
(from yogurt). This is one of the bread that has become a regular in my
I made these rolls from Peter Reinhart’s whole grain baking book which was in my mind for a long time.
A wonderful one pan dinner made with phyllo sheets and spinach filling.
Ginger cookies made with whole wheat flour, cocoa and hint of ginger and frosted by my kids.
Bread made with 100% semolina and one of the best yet. Try it once and you will keep making it over and over again.
Simple muffins that are commonly found in coffee shops. This is going to be my base muffin for any kind of muffin I make.
We love the breadsticks that they serve at the Italian restaurant and this is my effort to recreate that at home. I have to say we will not go to the restaurant again to eat these breadsticks.
Layers of beans and vegetables makes up this wonderful weeknight dinner. This gave me an opportunity to bake in my cast iron skillet.
These muffins are so cheesy and full of flavors that it disappeared within minutes of baking.
Soft and chewy cinnamon sugar coated cookies that are my personal favorite.
My first attempt at making stuffed baguettes and also using the steam method to get the crusty exterior and soft inside.
Again my first time making classic brownies and have to say I will be making these more often.
This bread made in the bundt pan is so pretty to look and is definitely a must try for jalapeno lovers.
This is a speciality Sicilian Pizza made during the New Year’s eve and has a unique topping that makes it different from the regular pizza
This is Cypriot Easter bread made with sheep’s milk cheese. It is a savory pie.
I grew up eating these in the local bakeries in India. Made with store bought puff pastry sheets and had a traditional potato filling.
These are the absolutely softest pav buns I have ever eaten and are so much better than the store bought ones.
These gluten free cookies will be every chocolate lovers favorite.
Perfect casserole for weeknight dinners. Can be assembled ahead of time and baked when ready to eat.
I made these with the frozen strawberries and loved the simple, clean flavors of the muffins.
I have always wanted to make the calzones that I have eaten only in the Italian Pizza joints. These calzones are stuffed with pizza sauce and onion, bell pepper and spinach filling.
Herbs and cheese scones are a perfect tea/coffee time snack.
These swirl buns are filled with basil pesto and layered with spicy paneer masala.
This is one of the first decorative bread that I have made and it simply looks beautiful and is very flavorful. I have step by step pictures to explain how to make the bread.
Quick bread made exclusively with honey.
These buns are swirled in a slightly different way and layered with butter and sugar.