Nutella Marshmallow Caramel Toast

Sometimes I tried
some fusion or you can say experimental recipes for my readers and this is one!
I’m an equally love toast like chocolate: savory, sweet or simple.


A toast with
Nutella spread, grilled marshmallows, sliced bananas and caramel sauce. It’s a fantastic
treat for breakfast with extra sweetness. If you also like sweet or desserts in
breakfast like me… so it’s a great option for you.

Topping can
be replaced with you choice…. like nutella replace with peanut butter or almond
butter, banana with strawberries or raspberries and caramel sauce with chocolate
sauce or fruit sauce.
Nutella Marshmallow Caramel Toast |
Chocolate Recipes


Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 10 Minutes
Servings: 2
Category: Breakfast
Cuisine: Fusion
Cooking Method: Baking
Ingredients:
1/2 Cup
Nutella
4 White
Bread Slices
Few Mini
Marshmallows
1 Banana,
Slices
1/2 Cup
Caramel Sauce
For Caramel Sauce
1 Cup
Brown Sugar Or White
1 Cup
Fresh Cream
100 gm Butter
Instructions:
Preheat
the oven on 200degree Celsius.
Cut the
bread slices into round shape with the help of cookie cutter.
Spread
the nutella evenly on the bread as base.
Place
the broken marshmallows on the top of nutella bread.
Bake
the bread in preheated oven for 4-5 minutes until marshmallow starts melt.
Take
them out and place the banana slices and garnish with thick caramel sauce.
How to Prepare Caramel Sauce:
Place
the butter and brown sugar in saucepan and stir until the sugar is dissolved.
When
sauce starts thicken slightly, add cream and mix it gently.
Remove
from the flame and stir until the smooth consistency.
Notes: You can replace the
nutella with peanut butter.
             Be careful at the time of baking,
marshmallows will easily burn.
             You can replace banana also with
strawberry of kiwi.
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Ginger Chocolate Ice-cream | Eggless Ginger Chocolate Ice-cream recipes

Chocolate
ice-cream is one the bestselling flavor of ice-cream in world after vanilla.
Chocolate ice-cream is made with natural and artificial flavors of chocolate.
This time I shared eggless vegetarian homemade chocolate ice-cream, it’s quite
easy to make at home.

For
an interesting twist, I added flavor of ginger in ice-cream with chocolate.
Love the flavor of ginger with chocolate. If you not ginger person, then avoid
it and follow the same recipe for simple chocolate ice-cream. If you like
fluffy and smooth texture ice-cream, for that you have to churn the ice-cream
atleast twice.
More Ice-cream
recipes are here:


Ginger Chocolate Ice-Cream
| Eggless Ginger Chocolate Ice-Cream recipes


Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
Freezing Time:  10 Hrs
Servings: 6
Category: Dessert
Cuisine: Frozen
Cooking Method: Boiling, Freezing
Instructions:
2 1/2
Cup Full Cream Milk
1 Tbsp.
Custard Powder
1 Tbsp.
Cocoa Powder
1/2 Cup
Milk Chocolate, Grated
1/2 Cup
Dark Chocolate, Grated
1/2 Cup
Sugar
1/2Cup
Cream
1 Tbsp.
Ginger Juice
1/2
Tsp. Vanilla Essence
Instructions:
Combine
cocoa powder, custard powder and 2tbsp milk in a small bowl and mix well. Keep
aside.
Combine
the milk, chocolate and sugar, mix well and cook on medium flame,
keep stirring.
Add
cocoa powder and custard mixture and ginger juice mix well.
Cook on
low flame for 5-7 minutes, keep stirring to avoid lumps. Remove from the flame.
Add
vanilla essence and cool completely on room temp.
Add
fresh cream and mix well.
Pour
the mixture in freezer safe mould or aluminium mould. Cover with foil or cling
film and keep in freeze for 5-6 hours to set.
Pour
the mixture into jar and blend till to smooth.
Again
transfer the mixture into same container and cover it. Freeze it for atleast
8-10 hours.
Scoop
it and serve in bowl or cone with extra chocolate syrup.
Notes: Ginger juice is
optional if you not like it. For more fluffy and soft icecream, do blend
process twice.
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Easy Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe| Chocolate Recipes

I’m
chocolate lover person, always tried different chocolate recipes especially
eggless. When I tried this chocolate pudding, woh bhi eggless just like sone
pe suhagaa
.. totally lovin it. I prefer chilled pudding but you can enjoy
hot version also.

For more
riched and chocolatey taste, I used Cadbury silk chocolate in this pudding
while cooking and in serving also. I used vanilla flavored custard powder, if
you don’t have this ingredient in your kitchen… used normal cornflour with
extra drops of vanilla essence.
Easy Eggless Chocolate
Pudding Recipe| Chocolate Recipes
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 10 Minutes
Servings: 6 Mini
Category: Dessert
Cuisine: Fusion
Cooking Method:  Boiling

Ingredients:
2 Cup Milk
2 Tbsp.
Milk Chocolate, Grated
3
Tbsps. Custard Powder
2 Tbsp.
Cocoa Powder
3 Tbsp.
Sugar
Few
Drops of Vanilla Essence
Chopped
Chocolate (Shaving) for garnishing
Instructions:
Combine
custard powder, cocoa powder and sugar in bowl, add ½ cup milk and mix well. Keep
aside.
Boil the
remaining milk in saucepan. When milk starts boiling, add custard mixture and
chocolate in milk.
Stir gently
to avoid lumps on medium flame. When you get correct stage of thick
consistency, remove from the flame.
Add vanilla
essence and mix well. Pour in small size glasses or bowl to serve and garnish
with chocolate shaving or choco chips.
Notes: Refrigerate this
pudding atleast 1 hour before serving. You can use cornflour also instead of custard
powder.
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Goli Bajje| Mangalore Bajji| Mangalore Bonda Recipe | Masala Goli Baje Recipe

Goli
bajje is very chewing and tasty snack, served with tea or coffee. Its origin
from mangalore and prepared with flour, curd and spices. It’s a very easy and
simple recipe which prepared with in minutes after fermentation process.

If you
like crispy snacks in texture, you can add rice flour or maize flour with
maida.  You can serve goli bajje with
green coconut chutney. It’s a great option for upcoming holi festive.
Goli Bajje| Mangalore
Bajji| Mangalore Bonda Recipe | Masala Goli Baje Recipe


Preparation Time: 3 Hrs
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Snacks
Cuisine: Karnataka
Cooking Method: Fried
Ingredients:
1 Cup All
Purpose Flour/ Maida
2 Tsp.
Rice Flour
1/2 Cup
Yogurt
Onion,
Peeled and Finely Chopped
Coriander
Leaves, Finely Chopped
1 Tsp. Ginger,
Peeled and Finely Chopped
1 Green
Chili, Finely Chopped
Few Curry
Leaves
1 Tsp.
Cumin Seeds
2 Tsp.
Sugar
Salt to
Taste
Red
Chili Powder to Taste
1/4
Tsp. Baking Soda
Vegetable
Oil, Frying
Instructions:
Add all
the ingredients (rice flour, flour, chili, ginger, curry leaves, onion and
spices) in a bowl. 
Add
curd and mix gently. The batter consistency should be thick in consistency like
dosa. Mix well.
Cover
it and keep aside for 2-3 hours for fermentation.
Heat
the oil in non-stick pan on medium flame, when oil is hot enough.
Drop
the spoonful batter in small batches to make goli bajje or mangalorean bonda.
Fry
them until to golden and crisp. Serve hot goli bajje with tea or coffee.
Notes: if batter is thick,
snacks become hard and if batter is watery, snacks become oily.
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Bafauri | Steamed Bafauri Snacks | Chhattisgarh Cuisine

Bafauri
is a simple and light snack which is made with chana dal and some spices. You
can adjust the number of chilies according to tastebuds. Bafauri is very
popular dish from the state of Bihar, Chhattisgarh and MP. This is a savory
snack which is made during festivals and occasions in Chhattisgarh.

It’s
prepared with daal batter, spices and onion and served with chutney. It’s a
great alternative of oily pakora for health conscious people.

Bafauri | Steamed
Bafauri Snacks | Chhattisgarh Cuisine
A steam
snack made with Bengal gram and spices and served with chutney.
Preparation time: 30 Minutes
Cooking time: 30 Minutes
Servings: 3
Category: Snacks
Cuisine: Bhojuri
Cooking Methond: Steaming
Ingredients:
1/2 Cup
Bengal Gram/ Chana Dal
1/2 Cup
Spring Onion, Finely Chopped
1-2
Green Chili, Finely Chopped
Handful
Green Coriander, Finely Chopped
1 Tsp.
Ginger, Chopped
1 Tbsp.
Oil
1/2
Tsp. Carom Seeds
1/4
Tsp. Baking Soda
Salt to
Taste
Black
Pepper Powder to Taste
1/2
Tsp. Turmeric Powder
Red
Chili Powder to Taste
Water
Instructions:
Soak
the chana dal in water for more than two three hours.
Drain
the water and grind it to make smooth paste.
Add all
the ingredients except water in separate bowl. Mix them.
Add
water if need to adjust the thick consistency batter for steaming purpose.

In a
steamer, put the batter in small portions like pakoras or idlis.

Cook
the bafauri for 30 minutes in steamer. Remove them.
Serve
bafauri as snacks with green chutney and tea.

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Karela Shaped Namkeen | Namkeen Palak Karela | Spinach Champakali Nimki | Elo Jhelo Recipe

Spinach
Namkeen Karela is very popular snack in India; these can be made on any
festival or occasion. You can be made this snack at home using few ingredients
in bulk quantity. They are very crisp and delicious.
Spinach
puree makes namkeen colorful and enhances the taste also. You can serve these
namkeen karela with tea or coffee. It’s a good option in snack for travelling
food category.

You can
be used carrot puree for orange color, beetroot puree for red color, and color
gives more variations to namkeen. You can call Karela shaped namkeen, karela
namakpara, champakali, karela nimki, elo jhelo.
Karela Shaped Namkeen | Namkeen
Palak Karela | Spinach Champakali Nimki | Elo Jhelo


Preparation Time: 30 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20-30 Minutes
Servings: 12 (Depend on Size)
Category: Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Cooking Method: Frying
Ingredients:
2 Cup All
Purpose Flour/ Maida
1/2 Cup
Spinach Puree
1 Tsp. Cumin
Seeds
Salt to
Taste
2 Tbsp.
Oil
Vegetable
Oil for Deep Frying
Instructions:
Mix all
ingredients together in large bowl and knead a dough, add water if needed.
Dough consistency
is hard like poori dough and cover it with clothe and keep aside for 15-20
minutes.
Divide the
dough into equal portion and prepare small balls. Take a one bowl and roll it
as small poori.
Cut it
vertically but don’t cut the edges.

Now slowly
roll the slit poori and gently twist both sides to give a karela shape.
Keep the
karela shaped namkeen in separate plate and repeat the same process with whole
dough.
Heat the
oil in thick bottom wok.  When oil is hot
enough, add namkeen one by one in small batches.
Now fry
the karela shaped namkeen in oil on medium flame till to crisp and golden
brown.
Remove the
crisp namkeen in a serving plate and serve with hot tea or coffee.
Notes: If you not like
spinach, you can use green color or avoid it. For more colorful namkeen, you
can used beetroot puree or carrot puree.
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Roohafza Lemonade | Lemonade Recipes

Roohafza
is very popular syrup in Indian families. It’s natural and herbal sweet syrup
that is made with fruits, vegetables and herbs. You can add this roohafza syrup
in both water as lemonade, shikanji and milk as shakes, sherbet and lassi.
Sabja
seeds are cooling and good for digestion. You need to soak the seeds in water
for minimum half hour in water after that you can use them in smoothies,
icecreams, shakes and many more desserts and drink recipes. 
You can
use this red bright color syrup on desserts like icecreams, pudding, custard,
shakes and more for garnishing purposes. It gives wonderful appeal plus
enhances the taste of dish.  
Roohafza Lemonade | Lemonade Recipes
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 0 Minutes
Servings: 2
Category: Beverages
Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients:
4
Tbsps. Roohafza Syrup
1 Tbsp.
Chia Seeds/ Sabza Seeds, Soaked
2
Tbsps. Lemon Juice
Black
Salt
Black
Pepper Powder
Soda
Water
Few Ice
Cubes
Instructions:
Soak
the sabza seeds or chia seeds in water for 30 minutes.
In a
pitcher, add roohafza syrup, lemon juice, black salt, black pepper, ice cubes
and soaked chia seeds.
Add
soda water or sparkling water and mix well.
Serve
immediately in tall glasses.
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Kalonji Aloo Stir Fry | Stir Fried Potato Onion with Nigella Seeds

This
recipe is slightly different from North style aloo pyaz ki sabzi. In this
recipe, you will get the aroma and flavor of mustard seeds, mustard oil and
nigella seeds or kalonji. It is very simple and few ingredient based recipe
which prepared by potato, onion, kalonji and few spices.
Nigella
Seeds are known as onion seeds, kalonji, black caraway, black seeds and black
cumin. This seeds are used as a spice in Indian and Middle Eastern Cuisines.
This seeds taste like a combination of onion, black pepper and oregano and
little bitter in taste. It is been used for approximately 2000yrs as a medicine
for treating headache, nasal congestion, skin diseases and toothache.
Kalonji Aloo Stir Fry |
Stir Fried Potato Onion with Nigella Seeds
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Servings: 2
Category: Main Course- Stir Fry
Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients:
2 Large
Potatoes, Peeled and Diced
1
Medium Sized Onion, Peeled and Sliced
1 Green
Chilies, Finely Chopped
1 Tsp.
Ginger, Finely Chopped
Few
Curry Leaves
2 Tbsp.
Mustard Oil
1 Tsp.
Onion Seeds/ Nigella Seeds
1/2
Tsp. Mustard Seeds
Salt to
Taste
1/2
Tsp. Turmeric Powder
1 Tsp.
Coriander Powder
Red
Chili Powder to Taste
1 Tsp.
Lemon Juice, Optional
1 Tsp.
Sugar, Optional
Instructions:

Heat
the mustard oil in heavy bottom pan and add mustard seeds and nigella seeds,
when they start splutter.
Add
curry leaves, green chilies and ginger and stir few seconds on medium heat.
Add
onion and sauté few minutes until to translucent.
Add
spices and give a quick stir to spices till oil separates.
Now add
diced potatoes along with 1/4 cup water, stir to combine and cover with lid.
Cook
the aloo on low heat for 15 minutes till to soft and cooked properly.
Add
sugar and lemon juice on the top to enhance the taste more, its optional.
Serve
kalonji aloo with indian breads.
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Salted Caramel Popcorn

Caramel corn or caramel popcorn is an American confection made of popcorn coated with a sugar or molasses based caramel candy shell. Typically a sugar
solution or syrup is made and heated until it browns and becomes thick,
producing a caramelized candy syrup. This hot candy is then mixed with popped
popcorn, and allowed to cool. I used brown sugar molasses for golden brown
color which looks perfect on popcorn.

The process creates a sweet flavored, crunchy snack food or treat. Some varieties,
after coating with the candy syrup, are baked in an oven to crisp the mixture.
Mixes of caramel corn sometimes contain nuts, such as peanuts, pecans, almonds, or cashews. But this time I add chocolate cubes and Cadbury gems for more flavors
with chilled pepsi.
Salted Caramel Popcorn recipe | Candy Corn
Recipe
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 Tub
Category: Snacks
Cuisine: Fusion
Ingredients:
Popped Popcorn
1 Cup
Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup
Condense Milk
1 Tbsp.
Butter
Vanilla
Essence, Few Drops
Salt,
Pinch
Baking
Soda, Pinch
Chocolate
Pieces, Garnishing
Cadbury
Gems, Garnishing
Instructions:
Heat
the butter in nonstick pan on medium flame, add brown sugar and stir
continuously till to melt completely. 
When sugar start melted till to sauce
consistency add pinch of salt and condense milk and mix it. 
Now caramel sauce
is ready switch off the flame.
Add vanilla essence and pinch of baking powder
in sauce and mix it for smooth consistency. 
Now add popcorn and roll in it
gently. 
Serve caramel popcorn in bowl with chocolate pieces and gems.
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Eggless Caramel Custard Pudding | Eggless Creme Caramel

Crème
Caramel, flan or caramel pudding is a custard dessert with a layer of soft
caramel on top as opposed crème brulee which is pudding with a hard caramel
top. This dessert is eaten throughout the world.

Eggless
caramel custard is awesome recipe which prepared by few ingredients i.e. milk,
condense milk, custard powder and curd. It’s a best alternative of egg based
desserts for vegetarian lovers. 

Caramel
is a great flavor with unique appeal. Caramel is used in different meal like
snacks, popcorn, desserts, cakes and ice-creams, change the appeal as well as
taste.
For the
Blogging Marathon Feb Edition, I choose Eggless Caramel Custard without using
gelatin, agar agar or eggs under Caramel makes Crazy theme.
Eggless
Caramel Custard Pudding Recipe | Eggless Creme Caramel Recipe

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes

Cooking Time: 35 Minutes
Servings: 12 Mini Servings
Category: Dessert
Cuisine: French
Ingredients:
3/4 Cup
Brown Sugar
1 Cup
Full Cream Milk
1 Cup
Condense Milk
1 Cup
Whipped Yogurt
1 Tbsp.
Custard Powder
1 Tsp.
Vanilla Essence
Silicon
Molds
Instructions:
Blend
all the ingredients except sugar till to lumps dissolve completely. Strain the
mixture in separate bowl.
Heat
the sugar in a nonstick pan on a medium flame till to sugar melted and nice
golden caramel form.
Add 1
tbsp. caramel mixture at the bottom of mould and cover with custard mixture.
Steam
it for 20 minutes on medium flame in steamer.
Remove
the custard from mould and serve chilled with extra caramel sauce.
Now
eggless caramel custard without gelatin or egg is ready to serve.
Note:
You can use pressure cooker also for steaming this custard.
You can
add cornflour also instead of custard powder.
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