When Srivalli called for guest hosting her Microwave Easy Cooking Event, I did not give it a thought at all. But when she personally mailed me asking if I would be interested to host, I did not want to say 'No' and agreed for the first available month. And got my chance to host for Feb. Thanks Srivalli for making me take up and I enjoyed hosting. Now on to the presentation. I am listing the entries in the order I received them. Enjoy these delicious puddings and kheer...
Next is a bowl of Vermicelli payasam with a deep golden color, using the fine variety vermicelli, sent in by Raks of Rak’s Kitchen. Hop over to her place to catch the step-by-step pics of the preparation.
You have heard of pasta used in soups and salads. How about some in a kheer. Yes, Priya of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes have come up with a mini shell pasta kheer. Priya didnot stop with one but sent two more delicious fruity kheer for the event
Priya combines mango and rolled oats to make a delicious and healthy Oats mango kheer
Another yummy combo of jackfruit and almonds in a kheer from Priya.
KC of Kits Chow comes up with a delcious sticky rice pudding flavored with osmanthus syrup. KC has gone out of the way to participate in the event by cooking in her office MW. Check out her space to find out the other suggested flavors for the pudding.
Cham of Spice-Club comes with a recipe for delicious badam kheer with tips for making blanching almonds easier too. In 10 minutes, you have delicious kheer and she says this is one of the highest cooking time, among the microwave recipes she has done.
Simran of Bombay foodie comes with a chocolate pecan pudding which can be made in flat 4 minutes. A very quick dessert.
Swapna of Cooking with Swapna sends a creamy smooth chocolate pudding. Swapna adds that it is so fast and easy, even a child can make it. A perfect treat for chocoholics.
And finally my entry to the event is Chocolate pudding
I hope I have linked all entries correctly. In case of any errors or omissions, please leave a comment and I shall correct it.