Lately, I have been busy with guest posts. Not only conducting the Guest Post Week on my blog, also creating some for my fellow blogger buddies. Shruti of Cooking with SJ, contacted me to do a guest post for her blog and I said yes. 2 weeks in a row for guest posts is something I am not used to, but commitment to a friend comes first. I met her at the wordpress sometime ago and totally adored her. Loved the way she blogged authentic Indian recipes and her beautiful pictures. Check her work out to get a glimpse :).
I made this bread last weekend and it was so refreshing with the slight tang of sun dried tomatoes and rustic flavors of basil, rosemary and thyme. I used almost 2&1/2 cups of wheat flour and 1 cup of all purpose flour…so if I call it healthier, then it would not be an exaggeration :). Instead of making a loaf, I made kinda stocky breadsticks. Fresh out of the oven, warm and soft breads just call for hungry souls from far away. It was about lunch time and kids were already hungry, they saw the bread and attacked. I made some spaghetti nests for lunch for the kids, (a post for later) along with the bread. While you enjoy the pics here, find the recipe here for the bread. I promise that it is such an easy recipe, with no fancy steps, that any novice bread maker like me, can easily attempt it. Oh also, don’t forget to visit Shruti’s blog, Cooking with SJ.
I think it is becoming a trend on my part to post a guest post and introduce a new blogger at the fiesta friday. I apologize if that annoys anybody but more the merrier. I flex my cognitive skills like this ;). Multi tasking while blogging.
Don’t forget to check out the recipe for this super delicious and rustic bread on Shruti’s blog, while have a look at some of my clicks of the bread. Do let me know what you think about it :).