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chefkalyankumarj On Dec 15, 2018, 5:35 am
Type: Egg
Classic English Trifle Christmas Dessert Recipe

Classic English Trifle Christmas Dessert Recipe

Trifle dessert is a traditional dessert from England and is considered as one of the Top 10 must have dishes for Christmas. This delectable three layered sweet dish is cherished around the Christmas holidays season since ages. To put it simple, trifle is made of sponge cake, jam & fruits and whipped cream. There are variations that use custard. Also, there are alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions, where in alcoholic version, the sponge cake is soaked in Sherry, Madeira or some other kind of liqueur. The earliest recording of Trifle could be found 1585 English cookery book by Thomas Dawson, called The Good Huswifes Jewell. This English dessert is now very famous in North America and prepared as a traditional dessert for Than...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 157.62 Cal Protein 1.20 g
Lipid 9.93 g Carbohydrate 16.67 g
Fiber 0.60 g Sugar 12.80 g

moderator On Dec 12, 2018, 4:30 pm
Type: Egg
Soft Ginger Molasses Cookies

Soft Ginger Molasses Cookies

You call them Cookies (US name) or you call them biscuits (UK name), we just love them. One of the most famous and loved sweet savoury snack food, across the world. Any occasion or gathering, it does not hurt to have few yummy freshly baked cookies! There is an interesting trivia here about origins of the good old Cookies... The name cookie derives from the Dutch word 'Koejke', which means 'small or little cake'. The story goes that bakers used to test their dough mix for taste and texture by baking a small amount of the cake batter and Voila, Cookies have been introduced to the world! Though, these little round goodies are baked round the year, they have special significance in the winter holiday season. Mothers and grannies b...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 163.59 Cal Protein 0.21 g
Lipid 5.55 g Carbohydrate 29.40 g
Fiber 0.08 g Sugar 29.14 g

suraj2007 On Dec 5, 2018, 7:41 am
Type: Egg

Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

Fruit Cake also known as Plum Cake or Christmas Cake is the quintessential Christmas delicacy that has a rich tradition and many stories about it. The modern day Plum Cake is known around the world as a British tradition at this time of the year. However, this is a legacy from Roman times. The Romans often served a cake called Satura that is made using pine nuts, barley mash, pomegranate seeds, raisins and honeyed wine. Thus, the good old globally famous Christmas Cake or Plum Cake could be declared as an invention of the Romans. There are also several fun facts associated with this legendary cake: - In the early 18th century, fruit cake, then known as plum cake, was outlawed in Europe for being sinfully rich. - It was the custom i...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 243.06 Cal Protein 3.73 g
Lipid 9.59 g Carbohydrate 41.55 g
Fiber 5.40 g Sugar 28.64 g

passtimechef On Oct 30, 2018, 2:16 am
Type: Others
Baked Namak Para

Baked Namak Para

INTRODUCING BAKED NAMAK PARA The namak para is a typical authentic Punjabi snack. This dish is prepared with a couple of core ingredients which are: 2 kinds of flour, salt and ghee. Ghee and generous seasoning of salt are critical for the overall flavour composition of this dish. Moreover, the original namak para is deep fried in a lot of hot oil. However, this recipe is healthy for your heart and satisfying to your taste buds. This recipe of the namak para is baked and hence has low fat macros as compared to the traditionally prepared namak para. The namak para is an authentic Punjabi dish that is usually prepared as snacks during certain festive seasons. They are given great importance when prepared during the Diwali season. ...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,952.51 Cal Protein 67.80 g
Lipid 40.37 g Carbohydrate 364.59 g
Fiber 50.99 g Sugar 0.02 g

namrathareddy49-fb On Oct 29, 2018, 5:56 pm
Type: Others
Apple Rabdi

Apple Rabdi

INTRODUCING RABDI Rabdi is a popular and delicious North Indian dessert made with apples, milk, and sugar. It can be made on festivals like Diwali, Janmashtmi and will be loved by everyone. Rabri, also known as rabdi is a sweet, condensed-milk-based dish, originating from the Indian subcontinent, made by boiling the milk on low heat for a long time until it becomes dense and changes its colour to pinkish. Sugar, spices and nuts are added to it to give it flavour. It is chilled and served as dessert. Rabri is the main ingredient in several desserts, such as rasabali, chhena kheeri, and khira sagara. Hathras is famous for Rabri and other sweets prepared from ghee. A similar dish goes by the name Basundi. Traditional Indian ice c...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 437.04 Cal Protein 9.01 g
Lipid 18.67 g Carbohydrate 62.47 g
Fiber 1.46 g Sugar 51.23 g

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