@Bahareh The ciambella is an actual deal with, have a look at Rachel Eats’ web site, I’ve the hyperlink to the recipe in my submit. x s
@Nadia Thanks a lot. I discover that individuals typically get a bit intimidated (ahem, grossed out, tee hee) from the ‘tarka’; ie the tempering with oil, so caramelising additionally takes care of that problem. x s
@Rach This submit was positively written with you in thoughts. I hope we will have a ciambella collectively in Testaccio when I’m again in Rome. x s
@Clare Including spinach isn’t sacrilegious at all- it’s beautiful. Thanks for the type phrases. x s
@Su-Lin No, this one is different- the one I made for you is that this one.
@Sara Thanks a lot for visiting my weblog.
@Magda Thanks- it’s positively a stunning dish for the winter- however in Pakistan eat all of it year- it’s such easy, consolation meals.
@Sara Thanks a lot.
@mustardseed Thanks- I discover sumac at all times provides a tart kick to dishes- I prefer it on salad, too.
@Maunika Thanks, my beautiful. x s
@Kirsten Thanks, shall try your lentil recipe.
@Oui, Chef Thanks, Steve. How about we get the entire household together- my lentil soup, adopted by one among your lovely pastry creations?
@Faisal Baig Thanks- nicely, it’s a must to come and go to us in Toronto, I’ll make you any dish you want. Miss you, too.
@Sanjeeta You might be very type, thanks.
@Saimaa And I’m honoured to be your niece. x s
@Lorraine Naan can be beautiful with this, of course- although my most favorite bread to have with it’s chapati, which I don’t know the way to make, tee hee. x s
@Soma It sounds beautiful with coconut milk- want we used that in Pakistan, however it isn’t as simple to search out there (after all one should buy the imported stuff…). x s
@Kulsum Everybody has a favorite dal, and I suppose chanay ki dal isn’t your fave 🙂 I hope you and the husband make it to Rome in the future. If you plan to go, let me know and I’ll share all my fave suggestions with you. x s
@A Brown Desk Thanks a lot.
@Imen Thanks, beautiful girl. x s
@DN Thanks for being a primary time visitor- most appreciated.
@Chocolate and Cookies Thanks- right here is the hyperlink to the opposite dal recipe.
@Gourmand ‘Gourmand turning right into a glutton’- beautiful phrase. Thanks, as at all times, for supporting me. Love, s