More Fondant Cake Creations from Me
There is no looking back ever since I took up orders for Fondant theme based cakes! I am totally loving the experience of making each and every cake and the lovely themes that are coming up :)Any day can be made special with such lovely cakes! :)A Leo cake for the little Laveen who rules the planets being the king of the forest Some clients are super specific of what they want and it makes the cake artist's work so easy and interesting! Thanks to this client who told me every single detail well in advance A cake ordered by a loving husband to his sweet wife A cute home setup Chota Bheem!!!! Here it is for all the kids who love this cartoon Had real tension when I had to make these characters because kids are the best judges and wouldn't agree with anything that doesn't look like their favorite characters A peep into the jungle and all the animals get their heads out to wish Karthik a very happy birthday Little Karthik was here to pick the cake and the excitement in his eyes were all the praise I could ask for A special cake for my sweetest SIL She loves books and coffee. She has a big collection of coffee mugs too! So here was my surprise cake for her Just married cake for Prashanth & Samana! It was fun making a Janavasam car topper with the couple riding it with joy Made this cake for my dear Father-In-Law's birthday! He loves blue and has a big collection of blue striped shirts of all shades Princess Manya's Birthday cake The cake pattern was mostly derived from birthday girl's party dress with some colors pepped up And the princess had to wear a crown too Totally enjoyed making the edible crown I was really thrilled to make this cake for a good buddy of mine. This amazing friend of mine loves Bikes, he is a theater artist and trainer, trekker, a superb MC and loves music and concerts! Hence the cake has it all!Did I forget!!! He turned 30 years young! and has chosen another best buddy of mine as his life partner! Wish him a super happy long life Master Guru turns one in style His mom wanted the little champ to be a super man hence a G for him and pooh and friends were invited to the party to celebrate as well! I can help you bring your dream cakes comes true. All you need to do order cakes with me is give me a buzz by mail - email@example.com or leave me a message in my fb page here - https://www.facebook.com/4thsensecooking with your ideas and I shall try my best to bring it out beautifully for you!
Mango Panna Cotta
Mango mango everywhere and I love to eat them all! :) I love mangoes and cant just stop eating them. They dont get boring because of the vast varieties of mangoes available in the market :) Little sour, too sweet, subtle sweet, juicy etc. Though I like to eat it just as it is, the amount of mangoes at home demands me to make something with it to pep it up :)Panna cotta is an Italian dessert with means cooked cream. It is my favorite dessert and when I had mangoes in hand, I quickly came up with version :) Slurp :)Ingredients:Mango puree - 200 gms (1 large mango)Milk - 100 mlSugar - 60 gmsFresh Cream - 200 mlGelatin - 15 gmsMethod:Chop mango into large chunks and puree it in a mixie. Take milk, cream and sugar in a heavy bottomed vessel and heat on low flame until it boils. Meanwhile take the gelatin in a microwave safe bowl and add 50 gms of water to it and soak it in water for two mins and then microwave it for a minute for it to melt completely. Reserve 4 tblsp of mango puree in a bowl and also reserve 1 tblsp of melted gelatin in a separate bowl.Now add the mango puree to the cream mixture and mix well until it is well blent and smooth. Allow it to cool down a bit. Spoon the mango panna cotta into serving glasses or moulds. Set it in the fridge for 2 to 3 hours. After a couple of hours mix the reserved mango puree with the reserved gelatin and spoon it over the already set panna cotta to achieve the top mango glee. Set it again in the fridge for few hours and serve chill :)Spoon some chopped mango pieces and corn flakes for crunchiness before serving!Written by: NithyaSend in your queries by clicking here.
Broccoli Vada Pav
Vada pav is the asset of the North! Yup they are the best selling snack or chat any where in North India. I have enjoyed them during my visit to Pune and longing to have them sometime from Mumbai too :)Ever since my visit to Pune, I have been wanting to make some Vada pavs at home. Browsed loads of recipes but ended up making my own version of it with broccoli addition and guess what, it was a super duper hit too :) My cousins who visited me enjoyed it so much that they wanted the recipe too :P sometimes random cooking brings fame! :PIngredients:Pav buns - 10For the filling:Broccoli - 1 Potato - 3 largeGarlic - 5 podsGinger - 1/4 inch piecePepper powder - 1 tspJeera powder - 1 tspLemon juice - 1 tspSalt - for tasteFor the coating:Besan flour - 1/2 cupRice flour - 1/4 cupSalt - for tasteChilly powder - for tasteAsafoetida - a pinchFor Green chutney:Mint leaves - 1 cupCoriander leaves - 1 cupGreen chillies - 2Lemon juice - 1 tspGaram masala - 1/2 tspSalt - for tasteFor Red chutney:Coconut - 1/2 cupRed chilies - 2Garlic pods - 4Tamarind paste - 1 tspSalt - for tasteMethod:To make the filling:Boil potatoes, peel and mash thoroughly. Grate broccoli using a grater. Chop ginger and garlic into small pieces. Take two tsps of oil in a pan and fry the ginger garlic for few minutes. Add the grated broccoli and sprinkle few drops of water and cook in low flame for 5 minutes. Now add the cooked and smashed potato to it and saute. Finally add the salt, pepper powder, jeera powder and the lemon juice to it and mix well. Allow it to cool down and make small balls of the filling. To make the coating:Mix the besan flour, rice flour, chilly powder, asafoetida and salt together by adding adequate water to it to make a dropping consistency batter. Now take the above made broccoli potato balls and dip it in the batter and deep fry the vadas. I used a paniyaram skillet to fry the balls to avoid deep frying. Once it has browned on all sides, remove from oil and strain the excess oil on a tissue. To make the chutneys:Grind the coriander leaves, mint leaves, green chilly, lemon juice, garam masala and salt together by adding little water to it. Once it becomes a smooth paste collect it in a bowl. Green chutney is ready. Grind the coconut, red chilly, garlic, tamarind paste and salt together into a smooth paste to make red chutney. Now slit open the pav buns. Apply green chutney on one side and red chutney on the other side. Place one vada in the center and assemble the vada pav.Serve hot and enjoy the delicious vada pav :)Written by: NithyaSend in your queries by clicking here.
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