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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Baked Potato Wedges | Kids Snack Recipe!

I have had Potato Wedges at restaurant in Panama, first time I tried at home and liked it a lot. This was suggested by my hubby. Now my family loved it.

I had not put any spice so kids will definitely love it.

It was finished soon, before I could photo shoot it. This photo is just out of the oven.

Potato - 4 nos(big)
Olive oil - 1 tablespoon
Parsley Flakes -  2 pinches+
Salt - 2 pinches

Preparation Method
Preheat oven to 200 C for 10 mins
Wash, scrub the potatoes and cut into wedges. do not remove skin
In a bowl add olive oil, salt and parsley flakes. coat the potatoes and line in the baking tray.
Bake for 20 to 30 mins. Insert a tooth pick and see if the potatoes are cooked.

Take out and serve immediately with a dip. Mayo or Cheese dip.

Notes - If you love spicy do add pepper powder.
You can also use Oregano.

This recipe along with Potato Cutlet and Potato Bags is going to Crazy for Potatoes by Sowmya and Pari.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Kueh| Homemade Biscuits

My dream come true, I wanted to buy a oven and try biscuits. For this birthday my sweet hubby bought me a Oven. So I tried this recipe which came out good and thought of sharing.

This recipe was taught by my neighbour and my dear friend who prepared for Ramadan. Here out in Singapore this is very famous and called Kueh(in Malay) which is done for Ramadan. Its Eggless so I requested her to teach me.

Am happy in sharing my first oven recipe since this is prepared with homemade ghee from my village. Thanks Paati and Amma for sending it across the miles:-)


All purpose flour (Maida) - 6 cups
Sugar (Powdered/Bura) - 4 cups (As per your taste)
Ghee for binding.

Seive all purpose flour and powdered sugar in a bowl.
Warm ghee in a kadai.
Then pour to the flour slowly and mix to a smooth dough if required you can add more ghee to get the consistency. Set aside for 1/2 hour to 1 hour.
Then roll thick by rolling pin and cut them to desired shapes by cookie cutter or make small balls by hand and slowly press to get a shape.
Arrange them in a baking tray(with baking sheet).

Preheat the oven at 170 C for 10mins and bake for 15mins till its brown. You can keep an eye on it. You will get a good aroma and flavour of ghee. (Also you keep one biscuit for trial and take a fork and just press. It should be dry out side and nicely baked)

Once done remove when cool and store it.

Yummy biscuits are ready. It can be served with tea/coffee. A great treat for kids too.

Home made Biscuits are going for
Monthly Mingle - High Tea Treats by Aparna and Meeta.Kids Delight by Srivalli


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