Caramel-stuffed Chocolate Cake Bombs

Caramel-stuffed Chocolate Cake Bombs

Caramel-stuffed Chocolate Cake Bombs Recipe | Easy Chocolate Desserts by Foodomania

Got some leftover cake and want to make something easy yet fancy? Then do give this recipe a try. With leftover chocolate cake, chocolate ganache and caramel on hand, I decided to put them all together to make some fantastic chocolate bombs!

The caramel stuffing inside is definitely something people will not expect until they’ve bitten into these cake pops. But it is a pleasent surprise. And it takes less than 30 minutes to prep the whole thing.    (more…)

Grilled Whole-Wheat Pita Bread

A grill pan and some easy dough is all you need to make this grilled whole-wheat pita bread.

Grilled Whole-Wheat Pita Bread Recipe | How to make eggless pita bread at home | Foodomania.com

Leavened breads are delicious. And when they are flatbreads like naan or pita, they’re even better because they don’t take as much time to cook as the other breads.

This version of the whole-wheat pita bread uses a quick starter to achieve that perfect spongy texture with the air-pockets so typical in a regular pita bread. And I also grilled them up instead of baking them – to speed things up.    (more…)

Maavadu Oorugai (Baby Mango Pickle)

Maavudu Oorugai – tender baby mango pickle – is amazing with Curd Rice!

Maavadu Oorugai recipe (Baby Mango Pickle) | Foodomania

Today’s recipe isn’t something most people are aware of.

Unless of course you are a south Indian – then you’ve probably been fed oodles of curd rice and vadu maanga by your beloved Amma. Because how else does one eat Thayir Saadham right?  (more…)

Vegetable Kurma

Mixed Vegetable Kurma goes well with anything – roti, rice, bread etc.

Vegetable Kurma Recipe | South Indian Mixed Vegetable Korma | Mixed veg kuruma | Saravana bhavan style kurma recipe | foodomania.com

A typical south Indian recipe, this mixed vegetable kurma is commonly served in restaurants with Parotta or Idiyappam.

The coconut based gravy works well with rice, roti, bread or anything, really! The flavors, although intense, are derived from very few ingredients. A quick search will reveal multiple ways of spelling this, but its basically just a simple side-dish made with a lot of vegetables in a coconut gravy!   (more…)