Friday, April 26, 2013

Chicken Pie

I got this recipe from my aunt. Its very easy and its simple flavours can win anyone's heart. I fell in love with this at the first bite !

A few days back I felt like eating the pie again but at the same time was feeling very much lazy. So what I did was I made the simple recipe simpler. Today I would share both the original and the modified recipes with you. Hope you will find them interesting. You will also realize that there are so many scopes of modifications and whats more fun than experimenting and pleasing your taste buds !!





Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Chocolate Milkshake (2)


As promised, here is my second version of the Chocolate Milkshake. This version uses chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla ice cream. Everything is almost the same with a little tweaks here and there. Because there can be times when the leftover ice cream is not always vanilla. The only thing to keep in mind is to strike the right balance between the chocolate and the vanilla flavour.

Ingredients

For four
  • Chocolate ice cream – 2 cups
  • Chilled whole milk – 4 cups (see tip)
  • Chocolate syrup – 3-5 tablespoons
  • Vanilla essence – 4-6 drops

Friday, April 12, 2013

Chocolate Milkshake (1)

I am a self confessed chocaholic. Anything that has tons of chocolate in it keeps me drooling. So I try to keep off the chocolate aisles at any super store. And the same can be said about ice creams as well. Imagine my condition when last week, my dad bought a 2 litre pack of vanilla ice cream and Hershey's chocolate syrup. The week had not gone by and the ice cream was almost over. It was last Sunday when I sneaked up to the fridge to find just two cups of ice cream left. I felt bad. That meant ice cream not enough for the four of us. And then I remembered the next best alternative to ice cream: chocolate milkshake! This solved the selfishness I would have felt if I had to have the ice cream without sharing :) I hope you enjoy.

One last thing: there are two ways to make chocolate milkshake. Here is the traditional way of doing it, however, I will post the other version as well, some time later because not always you have vanilla ice cream in the freezer but with a few tweaks, chocolate ice cream can work wonders too ;)

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