I have been quite excited about the mini challenge for over two weeks now. But there were too many festivities to celebrate: St. Patrick's Day, Parsi New Year, Hindu New Year, and Spring Season. I am glad I am finally making few contributions, especially since it is initiated by Ellie Krieger. When I think of her I think of Granola and fresh herbs.
Here I am sharing mini (individual-portion and downsized) recipes that I love making i my own kitchen. This challenge provided with an excellent opportunity to put most of them together. I have blogged about each of these recipes and for detailed photo text instructions, I think that blog space is better utilised than the space here which I will serve for select thoughts on each mni recipes.
Thank You for the opportunity 'Fine Living' and 'Ellie Krieger'. Since spring is here, it has just set me in fresh healthy eating mode. For more mini thoughts ... do read here: http://culinaryannotations.blogspot.com/2009/04/mini-impact.html.
This recipe is inspired by Indian flavours and Italian chesses. Ricotta is often used in baking, especially in cheese cakes, in Italy; and India has plentiful of milk-based desserts. Mangoes are in-season, this season though you can find any pulpy fruit in any other season to adapt this recipe.
For additional pictorial instructions and the entire recipe, follow this link: http://culinaryannotations.blogspot.com/2009/04/baked-mango-ricotta-rasmalaai.html