Indira from Mahanandi held her first blog event recently, the first in a series called Jihva for Ingredients and this first event features one of the most delicious fruits, the mango. From the Mahanandi Blog:
"What is Jihvā ?Jihvā, the Sanskrit word means taste, desire and deep longing.This month The Baking Fairy is hosting Jihva for Strawberries. The thing about strawberries is that I love them so much. I certainly have a Jihva for strawberries. But what to make for this event? Well, I am going to present a simple Strawberry Coulis. But that is not really a dish you say. Well, if you make a strawberry coulis you can freeze it and use it whenever you want and on almost anything you want. This way you can have strawberry whenever you want. Instant gratification is something you have to love. So, have some ice cream? Put a little Strawberry Coulis on it. Grilled some fruit? Put a little Strawberry Coulis on it. Make a chocolate cake? Put some Strawberry Coulis on it. Got an empty spoon? Well you know the drill.
This powerful word also represents tongue and taste buds. What is Jihvā for
Ingredients?I believe for Jihvā to happen, it’s all in the ingredients and how
they are cooked. Jihvā for Ingredients (JFI) is online monthly food event,
celebrating the Ingredients and what they can do for our Jihvā."
Indira from Mahanandi held her first blog event recently, the first in a series called
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