A chronicle of my kitchen experiments, a little healthy a little indulgent
There has been a lot happening in life off ate, I have been busy trying to step up my dream venture that is slowly starting to take shape. Yes yes you all know it already Sin-A-Mon (don’t you all stare at me like this, I know I am starting all the posts these days with a mention to Sin-A-Mon, but truly that’s what has been running on my mind offlate. That’s what has been keeping me busy, that’s what is been giving me happiness :D)
But the fact that I have so less time to blog now, owing to all that is certainly not making me happy. My hard disk these days is full of food pictures, the food I made and I wanted to post a recipe about, the food pictures I clicked because I wanted to do review the place, those pictures have just been pilling up. So I have kind of made a decision, dedicate 30 minutes everyday to this blog. If I can finish a post in those 30 minutes well and good, else that post gets continued the next day. This way atleast my poor blog with see some posts 🙂
I had been wanting to try making Baked Yoghurt since a long time ago. I had first tasted it in a breakfast buffet at Taj close to 5 yrs back and since that time its been lying at the back of my mind but somehow I never got around making it. One of those things that you always put on to the next time or totally forget about them till you suddenly see them again. I think that is what happened with this one. I remembered this one again when I saw the first issue of BBC Good Food India edition. There was a baked yoghurt with orange compote in that and I knew I HAD TO MAKE IT and yes the same day 😉
I took it to a friends house as my contribution for dinner and it certainly was much appreciated. I loved the balance that the tang of the orange compote created with the sweetness of the baked yoghurt. Plus I loved the kick that Cointreau added to it. And in addition to that, this is such an easy recipe to make. One of those quick fancy desserts one can make for sudden guests
Recipe – Baked Yoghurt with Cointreau Orange Compote
Source – Adapted from BBC Good Food India
Serves – 4 – 6
What I Used
For the baked yoghurt
For the Cointreau Orange Compote
How I made it
This is a most interesting idea! Never thought about how they got that texture in that yogurt looking thing 🙂 Must must try.
Thank you !
yeah the first time I eat, I was like how 🙂
do try it out
So happy to see how much you have accomplished in such a short time. I wish you all this and much more!
This dessert has been in my to-do list as well for a long long time. Hope to get down to it some day.
thanks a lot anita…
This dessert looks delicious and will try soon!!!!
thanks nirmala, hope u like and if do please to send me a picture 😀
Nice… Very simple too. Have to have to buy that otg
yay it very simple. till u get that OTG.. try it in a convection microwave?
ok, 2 queries so bear with me pls! Did you further peel each segment of the oranges or just chop it with that fine papery skin on…I’m assuming the other “rindy skin” was removed. (yes, Mon, I’m really this dumb!!) Second, how many servings did you get and in what size ramekins. I want to make this for my Friday date with the spouse 😀
Looks so tempting! Eager to try