stuffed zucchini capers and burnt coconut macarons!

6 Dec

these 2 lipsmacking dishes i shall now teach u to make. if u are scared reading the names of the dishes. wrong emotion! as sophisticated as it may sound, even a mutant human can make no mistake creating them!:)

also i attempted pineapple up-side down cake a month ago that took so much more effort and turned out to be un palatable beyond belief. cardinal sin to put even a tinie winie bit in the mooh. even a dying child in west africa would choose death over the cake. bad eg. sorry. peace. but i am putting the pic for posterity. recognise the effort albeit from a distance:)

apne pe ehsaan karen. shakal pe mat jaaye!


A GOOD LOOKING MOUTHFUL STARTER (CAN SERVE TWO HUNGRY LOVERS to shut their mouth up thus putting a stop to jealousificating the rest of the population in the restaurant)

Ingredients: One medium sized zucchini (if u have lost me already, then pls move onto another post:)), a spoonful of dry herbs namely thyme/rosemary/oregano, abundant olive oil, philadelphia cheese (yummmm), pepper, salt, and yeah toothpick.

Procedure: Using skill of a carpenter or a stylish slicer, slice thin leaves along the length of the zucchini. u shud get around 6-8 a microwaveable tray, arrange these and throw in copious potion of olive oil. sprinkle the aforementioned herbs and salt for flavour. let it bake/grill for some 10min. in the mean while, mix a small katori full of philadelphia cheese with pepper and salt ( i also threw in 2 pieces of finely chopped sun dried tomatoes for the extra zing:)). so now u hv a thick paste filling ready. once the zucchini is ready, roll it using tender fingers and in the central hollow, stuff a lil of the cheese paste. poke the toothpick to hold the shape together. and the mouth watering ultra polished starter is all ready for consumption!


WORLD’S MOST EASIEST, FASTEST, TASTIEST DESSERT: mix milk maid in dry coconut powder such that it just about hold the mixture together. dont overdo it pls. and make small random shapes and bake it for 10min! Thats it!! Means it beats jelly or custard also!



5 Responses to “stuffed zucchini capers and burnt coconut macarons!”

  1. Raj Vardhan December 6, 2011 at 9:59 am #


  2. jaideep December 6, 2011 at 11:23 am #

    To **** wit my constipation πŸ™‚ Nd Food restricitions i am going to really make them YUMMMMMIIIIZZZAAAA πŸ™‚

  3. Khurshed December 6, 2011 at 4:29 pm #

    Tanu has been threatening me with the zucchini too … you beat her to it!
    And those Burnt Coconut Macroons are simply called “Kisses” … I will leave the why to your fertile imagination:)
    For the kisses, don’t give in to the temptation of making them into rounds… they have to be plops of irregular shape, so that when you bake them … all those pointy things get bakes a lovely golden brown! … And they should be morsel sized, not too big, not too small!

  4. srishti jhawar January 24, 2012 at 1:01 pm #

    we have posted this article on πŸ™‚
    have a look.

  5. priyax February 4, 2012 at 3:16 pm #

    when i click the kitchen thing, it directs to ayurveda. probably a coding error. figure it out.

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