Testimonials

Here, I will feature the pictures that I receive of the tried and tasted from all my lovely readers. I would really love to receive it and see how my creations have turned up for you. Whether good or bad, please do let me know. It helps me to improve a lot… πŸ™‚

Faheema tried the Honey Banana Bread and she was so glad that even her husband, who is not really into sugary stuff enjoyed it. She replaced the brown sugar with jaggery… now that’s a good innovation, for sure! πŸ™‚ Thank you so much, Faheema…

Shahina, who blogs at Shaain’s Cooknotes, tried the Eggless Caramel Bread Pudding, and posted it on her blog

Sajina of Saju’s Tastes tried the Athishayapathiri recipe with beef instead of chicken and posted it on her blog

Shabbu, who blogs at Shabbu’s Tasty Kitchen tried my Black Eyed Beans curry and posted it on her blog

My dearest schoolmate, Suji who blogs at Suji’s Cooking Lab, tried out my Cherupayar/ Moongdal Curry and posted her outcome on her blog

My friend, Imara had tried the Rava Kesari and absolutely loved it. She wrote to me, “Being a Sri Lankan, I have always enjoyed Indian sweets. I tried your Rava Kesari and it tasted good when hot as well. When my husband came back home, he loved the smell of the house and asked me what I was cooking!” Thank you so much Imara darling, you made my day!!! πŸ™‚ Here’s the picture that she sent to me of her yummy looking kesari…

A frequent reader, Mrs. Shahana Razak, who is based in Bangalore, has tried a few recipes from the blog including the Thalassery Chicken Dum Biriyani, however was not able to take clicks. This time, she ensured that when she cooked theΒ Beef Roast, she would sent me a click across and she did! Just look at how yum it looks… Thank you so much Shahana! πŸ™‚

Shahana also tried the Mattar Kheema, but with beef mince and absolutely loved it! πŸ™‚

She also tried the Eggless Doughnuts and gave a very good feedback… thank you for posting the picture, dear!

Nawal, who blogs at Love from Kitchen, tried my Avalum Pazhavum and was kind enough to send me a picture of her trial. She replaced brown aval with white aval in her recipe.

Priya, who blogs at Drooolsss, tried the Pressure Cooker Biriyani – Chettinad Style and absolutely loved it. She sent me a click of what she had made…

She also tried the Meen Arappu Roast recipe and sent me a snap of it too…

My dear friend, Rekha who blogs at FoodOlicious Pictured, tried out the Thalassery Chicken Dum Biriyani – see how cool she makes it look… πŸ™‚

Mrs. Asiya, who blogs at My Happy Healthy Kitchen, tried my Rose Milk Pudding recipe and posted a picture. Looks so cute, right… πŸ™‚ Thank you so much akka for trying… so glad to kow you loved it…

Afsath, who blogs at Kattoor Kafe tried the Malai Chicken Biriyani recipe and updated it on her blog here

Resna, the blogger at Resna’s Tasty Home, tried the Shinwari Kadai and sent this pic to me – her hubby added some curry leaves to give it an Indian touch and I am so glad that the whole family loved it! πŸ™‚

It feels nice when somebody in your family tries your recipes!!! My sister, who is based in Virginia in USA, tried a few from here for a party at her home… I am so glad that she sent the pictures for me to feature here! What she tried were Murg Chanay, Beef Roast and Rava Kesari and she was so glad with how they turned out to be… πŸ™‚

 

Feels very good when I become the reason for my bestest blog friend, The Cooking Doctor, for trying out her first eggless bake! She tried the Eggless Orange Chocochip Cake and was mighty pleased with the result! πŸ™‚

More from my sister’s trials – I seem to have found a big fan!!! Hehe… – Eggless Tiramisu Cake and Peanut Butter Cookies

Another reader, Kohilavani Shanmughanathan, tried the Dry Chicken Roast recipe and gave her verdict as “something different and delicious”!!! So glad to know that you loved it… πŸ™‚

Razina, who blogs at RaazzzFoodLove tried the Jam Cake Rolls and posted a picture:

More of the Jam Cake Rolls… this one was tried by a fellow blogger, Niloufer… so beautiful it looks, right…

My friend, Humi also tried this for her ailing ammi and posted the recipe on her blog here with a healthier touch – adding honey instead of sugar… do check it out…

A lovely reader, Ms. Nourin Ibrahim prepared Bread Halwa and Yuan YangΒ (Coffee Tea), and posted me a picture of her trial… looks absolutely delicious, Nourin! πŸ™‚

The Honey Yogurt Cake is the most seen recipe on the blog and seems to be a favorite for those who have tried too. Ms. Aysha Ashraf posted a picture of her trial… looks so soft and perfect!

Shabbu tried the Kannur Chicken Biriyani and posted it on her blog

Niloufer tried the Malabar fish fry and loved the aroma of the dish!

 

For more testimonials, you can keep a watch on this FB photo album! πŸ™‚

 

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