Vegan Orange Cranberry Muffins

January 4th, 2010 Madhuram Posted in Low Fat Baking, Muffins/Cupcakes, Vegan Baking 59 Comments »

Vegan Orange Cranberry Muffins

I have used a lot of dried cranberries while baking but am picky about the fresh ones. So far I have tried only one recipe using fresh cranberries. It is this cranberry bars recipe from the Joy of Baking website. Although it did come out well and tasted good, somehow I did not develop a liking for this beautiful red fruit. I think part of the reason is my quirky food likings. I usually don’t like sweet and sour or sweet and spicy together. A dish has to be either fully sweet or fully spicy. So its obvious that I do not like the combination of tart cranberries and sweet in baked goods. Anyhow I decided to give it a shot once again this cranberry season.

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Vegan Blueberry Cornmeal Coffee Cake

December 14th, 2009 Madhuram Posted in Cakes, Low Fat Baking, Vegan Baking, Whole Grain Baking 24 Comments »

Vegan Blueberry Cornmeal Coffee Cake

I would say that blogging has definitely made me more responsible than I ever was. Since so many people are visiting the website, I have to be very careful about the authenticity of the information I post and for that I’m doing quite a bit of research too. When I announced the Corn event, one of my blogger friend had a doubt if the makai ki atta (maize flour) available in India is whole grain. I also had a similar doubt, if Masa di harina I see in the stores here is whole grain. So I set off to find some information on the following:

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Vegan Victoria Sponge Cake using Barley Flour

December 3rd, 2009 Madhuram Posted in Cake Decorating 101, Cakes, Vegan Baking 40 Comments »

Vegan Sponge Cake

Course 3 of Wilton’s Cake Decorating Series covers some more designing with buttercream icing, royal icing and fondant. I was eagerly waiting for this course thinking that dealing with fondant would be easier than decorating with the other icings. I couldn’t have been any wronger. Fondant is very high maintenance and at least it was very difficult for me to handle. It’s going to take a lot of practice for me before I can decorate something decent. Taste wise too, I prefer buttercream icing to fondant.

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Vegan Barley Flour Brownies

November 30th, 2009 Madhuram Posted in Brownies, Low Fat Baking, Vegan Baking, Whole Grain Baking 21 Comments »

Vegan Barley Flour Brownies

Hello friends, I’m very thrilled to inform you all that EgglessCooking.com has been nominated for the Best Food Indiblog of the year 2008 by Indibloggies. Take a look at the other Indian food blogs nominated and if you like mine the most, vote for me here.

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