Category Archives: Baking

Poppy Seed Cake – page 194

Rather, Lemon Poppy Seed cake. Straight-forward caking and baking. The only impatience was getting the rind quantity ready. I don’t have a nifty gadget, so pretty much grated it off the washed fresh lemon. The rest of the beating and … Continue reading

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Kakra Finska Biscuits – page 214

The recipe title doesn’t give do to tickle the senses, but then, I don’t fully understand Gujerati. Kakra is the name of a family-favourite rusk that my Fooi would make since I was a little child. ‘Kakra Biscuits’ it was … Continue reading

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Coconut Twists – page 214

I’ve made a variation of this on two occasions. One with nuts and coconut as the filling, with the dough then wound up into a little cupcake/muffin dainty. Based on that recipe recollection, I thought to give this a go … Continue reading

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Naan – page 124

Oh My Lord! This recipe was such fun to take on…but the pleasure-on-repeat has been indulging in this since it’s come out of the oven! Sinful. Disgusting. I like! The recipe, please note spells out 7 (s-e-v-e-n) cups of flour. … Continue reading

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Crumble Topping Cake – page 196

I’ve established a theory that cakes that have milk sloshed into the batter, in its final stages of preparation for the oven, turn out being really tasty. Cake has so many factors that make it successful, if it’s not the … Continue reading

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