This makes the whole house smell great! 6 Tbsps all-purpose flour1/2 tsp baking powder3 Tbsp skim milk1.5 tsp plain yogurt3 Tbsp cheese1 tsp garlic powder Preheat oven to 425.Mix dry ingredients. Quickly mix in milk and yogurt.Drop into mounds and bake for 10-13 minutes.

Iced Tea – my version

This is my version of Iced Tea. My friend and I created this way back in college and I still prefer it to the limp, watered-down version you get in restaurants. 6 ice cubes, crushed2.5 Tbsp lime cordial3 tsp sugar2 cups cooled tea5 mint leaves Whip together for a minute

Burmese Khow Suey

Khow Suey, though originally from Burma, has become very Indian-ised over the years. As with so many other dishes (cauliflower manchurian, american chop suey etc!), Indians have a habit of taking over a cuisine and adapting it to Indian tastes. This one has become a fast favorite at home, especially when you want a one-dish…