Monthly Archives: February 2009

Cho Cho Rice

I don’t know if my Mum came up for the name for this recipe but I have always referred to it as cho cho! I have 4 classes back to back twice a week so I make this and take … Continue reading

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Baked Chicken Kiev

Serves 2 What we need: 2 boneless skinned chicken breasts1/2 cup softened butter3 grated fresh garlic cloves1 tsp parsley1tsp salt1tsp pepper2 cups plain flour, seasoned with salt and pepper2 eggs, beaten2 cups of bread crumbs (I just put 4 pieces … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Ginger Honey Tea

As we are in the midst of the season where everyone seems to be getting a cold or cough, I thought I would share my family recipe for making a soothing, aromatic tea which immensely helps in the recovery process. … Continue reading

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Gobi Aloo (Cauliflower & Potato Masala)

Gobi Aloo is one of my favourite foods to eat and make. To eat, because it tastes so good and to make because it’s nice and easy! It is one of the most popular vegetarian Punjabi dishes and is widely … Continue reading

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Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori is by far a classic Punjabi dish. Great as an appetizer or as a main with naan bread. I made it for my friend’s potluck yesterday and it worked out! It’s surprisingly simple, try it out for yourself! What … Continue reading

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Valentines Cookies

Here’s a recipe to sweeten up your Valentine!Makes around 25 What we need:1 1/2 cup all purpose flour3/4 cup of sugar1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp of salt1 egg1 cup of butter1 tsp of vanilla essenceFrosting1 tsp Red ColoringSprinkles 😀 How … Continue reading

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Coriander Veggy Pasta Soup

As it gets chilly outside, there is nothing more warming and satisfying than a hearty vegetable soup. It’s a quick and easy recipe that’s sure to get you heated up in an instant! Serves 2-3What we need:1 tbsp olive oil1/2 … Continue reading

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Moong Dahl and Jeera Rice

Dahl: Half cup of Yellow Dahl/Half Cup Red Dahl 1/2 tbsp butter 1tbsp Olive oil 1 tsp Cumin Seeds 1 tsp Mustard Seeds 1 Whole diced Onion2 Peeled, grated fresh Garlic cloves 2 inch grated Fresh Ginger 1/2 can of … Continue reading

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Indian Food-The basics

Okay so when it comes to cooking Indian food, there is a basic ‘Masala’ that is used in a lot of the dishes. ‘Masala’ is a mixture of many spices and herbs. It is used extensively in Indian cooking. An … Continue reading

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Namaste

Hello! Welcome to Balle Balle food! My name is Monica and I’m here to blog about..surprise surprise..FOOD! I’m a college student currently majoring in Restaurant & Food Service Management so I think it’s a given that I’m into food. I … Continue reading

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