One of my favourite things to eat on our travels through India is little pots of baked yoghurt at breakfast. I love the sweet tangy creaminess, almost like a whisper of cheesecake.
Baking the yoghurt gives it such a pleasant mouthfeel, but I could just as easily eat spoonfuls of this mixture as is.
Baked Yoghurt Brûlée
Airfriers are great for roasting nuts; go for a low to medium heat and shake the basket intermittently.
Process until smooth and flavour with salt, honey and a bit of cardamom.
I was dealing with leftovers so I don't have exact measures but the macadamia:cashew:coconut flake ratio was something like 3:2:1
When in doubt, omelette.
In a bowl, whisk until airy; three eggs with chopped dill, salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, turmeric and garlic flakes.
In the frying pan on medium heat; toast cumin seeds in bit of coconut oil, add about two handfuls of shredded spinach, and sprinkle with a little lemon/orange juice (the vitamin c prevents the ...
I have that new year itch to declutter everything, including the fridge and the grocery cupboard. And that's what led to these overnight oats for breakfast this morning. I used appelstroop to sweeten because I'd bought a tin of the stuff on a whim a while back at President Hyper in Krugersdorp.
I placed the following ...
321/366 Pancake rolls filled with yoghurt, sesame halwa, cardamom and rose syrup. #project365 #dslr #lrinstagram #ifttt #foodphotography #breakfast
A photo posted by Saaleha Idrees Bamjee (@saaleha_b) on Nov 14, 2016 at 4:00am PST
Combine yoghurt, sesame halwa, cardamom and rose syrup. Spread onto a pancake, roll up and slice.
The lovely folks over at The Chocolate Tree and The Soul Tree sent me a huge hamper of their products to sample. Though I made quick work of their handmade honeycomb chocs and topcoated rice cakes, I am not even halfway through the basket. Such generosity! Along with a sampler of their snack range, they included ...