Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Banana-Oats Muffins.

Passion to my baking and cooking started after my marriage...thanks to my JeeT(my sw2) who always encourage me to do some thing new at kitchen....:) today I have baked something new with ripe banana and oats...

Banana-Oats Muffins by Surabhi
2 eggs
1 cup self raising flour
75 gms Castor sugar
1/2 cup refined oil
1 tbsp Baking Powder
2 ripe banana (grated)
7-8 Tbsp Oats 
Shift Maida and baking powder and keep aside. Whisk the eggs with sugar till sugar dissolves. Add oil into it and mix well. Now add grated banana and oats and mix well. Now slowly fold into the mixture of self raising flour and baking powder.
Preheat the oven to 160 C. Fill the muffin mold 3/4th of the mixture and sprinkle some oats at the top. Now bake it for 40 minutes @ 160 C. Once baked let it cool for 5-10 minutes... and enjoy the muffins... 

PS: It tastes better & yumm when it is hot. Try it and give comments to my post :)

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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Bournville Choco Pops...

I saw this recipe from Bournville  official page in facebook. The other day I went to shop and got bournville both the flavours and almonds and prepared it in the evening... And when I showed it to my husband his first reaction was "WOW hmmmmmm.....". Trust me guys it's really tasty.... As Bournville advertisers say "You Have To Earn it....". The popcorn doesn't get soggy. I did some changes and experimented it as it is shown in the video... Try It - Taste It - & get me the feed back..... You can use it as a dessert, and I bet children's will love to take a bite of it...


Choco Pops by Surabhi
2 cup popcorn (plain, dont use the salted one it doesn't taste good.)
Half of 75 gms Bournville Dark Chocolate.
75 gms Bournville Almond Chocolate.
10 gms Cashew nut (chopped).
10 gms Raisins.
10 gms Almonds (chopped).


Break the chocolates into smaller pieces in a MWS, add Cashew Nuts, Raisins, Almonds and Microwave it for 2 minutes. Mix well with a spatula and add the Pop-Corn prepared before. Now make it small ball shape with the help of 2 Spoons and place it in the refrigerator to settle down. Once settled transfer it into a airtight container and place it in the refrigerator, Serve it to guests as a desert I wish they will like it... My guests liked it...:)

PS: You can store as many days you want.

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