Made n Enjoyed
The reason behind this concept was to meet so many of you wonderful food bloggers and display YOUR cooking expertise and great fun, way to so many visitors to your blog !
So how it will work ?
I will invite you food bloggers and publish Guest Posts by you on JCO. It would be fab if you invite your fellow bloggers to also write posts for JCO so please feel free to do so and don’t be shy!
We are truley honoured to have ” Teen Deviyan translates Three Goddeses”, nick name from JCO 🙂 Gayathri, Ishita and Subhashini of EzCook Book. After looking their blog and countless authentic and exotic recipes, it’s hard to beleive that they just started their venture just year ago ?? Beautiful space, once visit you’ll become a regular one and definetley you want to stay hours ! From recipes to kitchen info, tips and so much…
So let’s meet Our Teen Deviyan and see what they have for us !
Noodle Kugel ~ A Jewish Pudding with Indian Twist
This is a humble guest post to our beloved blogger buddy Jagruti of Cooking Oddesey. Wow she is such a enthusiastic food blog writer since (year). We always use to admire at people with deep passion, she is one such woman. At once when she requests us in FB for a guest post, without a second thought we accepted to do, but couldn’t be able to target for some unique recipe. Finally we triggered out this super yummy dessert for Jagruti’s visual treat, which is pure vegetarian and fusion dish that represent her Indian roots and western surroundings, a perfect match with her cooking blog! Without much ado Here goes the Recipe explained below:
This post would be an Interesting one to all who loves to explore some variation in their routine cake baking process. Yes, I tried Cake/Pudding (what ever you prefer to call) with use of noodles, doesn’t it sounds new? Its actually an idea adapted from Jewish cuisine, which is a sweet baked pudding made of egg noodle and eggs.Here I tried to give it an Indian flavour and made a “Desi Noodle Pudding”.
Preparation & Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Setting Time: 30 minutes
YIELD : 6 persons
Rice Noodle/Vermicilli – 150gmsPaneer/Cottage Cheese – 1/2 cup (crumbled)
Condensed Milk – 1 tin
Mixed Dryfruits – 1 cup (Date, Fig, Raisins, Almond, Cashew, Pista)
Ghee – 2 tbsp
Powdered Cardamom – 1tsp
Whipped Cream (for topping)
Chocolate Chips – 2 tbsp (for topping)
Many many thanks EzCook Book (girls) for conceding to write this excellent post and sharing with us this fascinating and divine dessert recipe. In my opinion this dessert is perfect for the coming Ramdan month..what do you say guys ? Definitely will give this dessert a go, although I’m not sure I can make it as good as “Teen Deviyan”!!
Happy Cooking 🙂