Saturday, 18 June 2011

Guest Post on Journey Kitchen

Its a very exciting day for me. My first ever guest post is up and running on Kulsum's Journey Kitchen.

I stumbled upon Journey Kitchen quite by accident on one of those blog hopping days and there was no looking back. Her pictures are mind blowing, not to mention her writing which is simply the best. I sometimes head there just to check out her food styling and photography. 
So when she asked me to do a guest post on her blog while she was busy preparing for her exams, I was thrilled...and honoured! I have never done this before and I was a bit sceptical as to what to blog. She wanted breakfast ideas and so I set about wrecking my brains and finally came up with a Channa Bhatura recipe. 

Do head over to her gorgeous space and see what I've whipped up. Kulsum, thanks a bunch once again for this lovely opportunity.

17 comments:

Kairali sisters said...

wow bhaturas looks perfect and its a fav combo to me!!Congrats NIsha!!You have a done a great job!

divya said...

Wow...mouthwatering here...yummy and delicious...

Sunshine And Smile said...

Just came from Kulsum's space .. awsm choice of recipe for the guest post. And thanks for teaching me how to make bhature :)
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Biny Anoop said...

ya will check it out....both are looking perfect dear....

Kulsum said...

U r super sweet! Thanks for being so kind :-) The pleasure is all mine!

Torviewtoronto said...

saw your yummy post Nisha
congrats on the guest post regards Akheela

sinfullyspicy.com said...

Lovely looking bhaturas- I make mine w/o yeast.Have to try your recipe.

Taste Junction said...

I had some good chola bhatura yesterday...but they can't compare to how delicious yours is looking. Got to check out the recipe for the secret behind perfectly fluffy bhaturas!!

Rumana Rawat said...

Very beautiful dish:)

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Ah two fun girls together total fun...Hoping to read over there Bhatura looks too good :)

Priya said...

Both looks simply inviting and delicious.

aipi said...

That looks delicious a heavenly combo n everyone's favorite. I'm totally craving it now :D
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I won a fast track watch writing about chennai!!! :D

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Sarah Naveen said...

Pics are awesome as always Nisha...
Lemme go n check out her blog...Its a new one to me..

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

Nisha, the bhatura puffed up so nicely. Is it as light and flaky as I think they look?

Plateful said...

Congrats sweetness on your first guest post - sooo happy for you! And that too to be featured on Journey Kitchen...WOW. I'm a recent admirer of Kulsum's photos -- saw them at Food Pixels and fell in love :) But I've never commented on her blog...yet. Now that you published a recipe, what better reason to make her acquaintance...!

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks so delicious, beautifully captured Nisha:)