Monday, June 13, 2011

Weekend Herb Blogging #287 Round up

Its is always a gratifying experience to host Weekend Herb Blogging ,hats off to Haalo for continuing this fantastic event in to its fifth year. Here is the yummilicious round up the week :


Janet from The Taste Scape (Toronto,Canada) , put together simple,quick and easy Broccoli and Red pepper Stir Fry with Peanuts ,with julienned broccoli stems ,carrots and peppers flavored with Asian sauces ,served alongside quinoa.



Elly from Nutmegs ,Seven (Oxford) ,shared with us a fantastically delicious Apricot and Almond French Toast , prepared using incredibly attractive apricots and whole meal bread toast.


Tigerfish from teczcape - an escape to food ,sent us healthful Parchment-Steamed Arugula ,prepared by gently steaming arugula that helps certain nutrients and carotenoids be better absorbed in cooked than raw arugula.


Kristen of 'From Kristen's Kitchen To Yours' ,shared these appetizing roasted fingerling potatoes with fresh thyme and oregano.





Graziana
from Erbe in Cucina (Italy) ,served up a super flavorful rice dish ,Paella parellada with coriander ,that makes a totally filling entree.


Pam from Sidewalk Shoes , delighted us with an aromatic lavender infused Honey Lavender Ricotta Ice Cream , a perfect summer treat.


Cinzia from Cindystar(Garda Lake ,Italy) , Insalata con quadrotti di frittata/Squared Omelet Salad , a nutritious egg and green vegetables dish that could fit as an entrée, main course or just a quick summer lunch.


Anne from House of Annie(Kuching, Sarawak) , made this sweet coconut soup from Malaysia called Bubur Cha Cha , that has all the goodness of vibrant potatoes and tapioca pearls.


Debra from Bear Head Soup(Melbourne, Australia), sent us another sweet coconut soup ,Filipino style Ginataang ,with strikingly similar ingredients as Bubur cha cha.




Johanna
from Green Gourmet Giraffe(Melbourne, Australia ) , prepared absolutely deliciousBanana Oat Hotcakes for brunch ,with a little help from her super cute toddler.


Haalo from Cook Almost Anything , cooked up yet another unique dish , using gorgeous Romano beans. Braised Romano Beans is prepared by smothering the flatbeans in rich tomato sauce and cooking until soft and tender


Finally for my entry, Tofu Parathas, Indian flatbread enriched with goodness of tofu and spices.

Be sure to tune in next week's WHB round up at Winnie's Healthy Green Kitchen

17 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What a lovely roundup! Everything looks so good.

Cheers,

Rosa

Cindystar said...

a super variety of dishes, great recap!
thanks again for adding my "blogger inconvenient" late entry, I really appreciate it! :-)
have a nice week!

Pam said...

Great roundup!

tigerfish said...

Thank you for the round up! Always great to join in the WHB fun.

changingblossom said...

Check out my blog, I do healthful stuff too. I love acai, any tips on how to include than and blueberries in a diet?
changingblossom.blogspot.com

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Thanks for hosting! Off now to go browse some delicious blogs.

Haalo said...

Thanks so much for hosting Yasmeen - everything looks so good!

janet @ the taste space said...

Beautiful round-up, Yasmeen! I love how varied the dishes are this week. :)

Graziana said...

Great round-up, thank you!

cajunlicious said...

Came across your blog on foodbuzz & am your newest follower!!!
- Jessica @ http://cajunlicious.com

ennmorp said...

Wonderfull round-up, Yasmeen. :)

ennhealth

Alia Dalwai said...


Hi!

I am your Follower!
I loved this roundup!
I am very fond of your blog!
Keep up the good work!

Do visit my Blog too and Follow it if you like it!

Alia
http://aliascreativelife.blogspot.com/

Johanna GGG said...

a belated thanks for the round up - finally got to have a good look at all the lovely dishes and am now very hungry

Health and Nutrition Forums said...

Thanks so much for hosting Yasmeen - everything looks so good!

Lorraine Mcbright said...

Wow, I love those healthy and yummy foods. I wish I could eat all of those foods. I know those food are good for the health. I am glad I visited this blog.Thanks for the info.
right chest pain

carmel real estate said...

Awesome round up. I have to admit, it was a bit hard to look at all these pictures. They all looks so good! I just want to dive in there. :)

Thanks for sharing!

SW1 Physio said...

Your every post looks healthy and tasty but this is very delicious :).

I am Pierre Mayer, a Physio in London.

Nice blog. Keep sharing.

Thanks
PM

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...