I have posted the roundup in the order I rceived my entries..Enjoy the roundup!
Marija of Palachinka presents her exquisite Couscous stuffed eggplants.She peps up the dish with basil,thyme,Vegeta seasoning and few other interesting ingredients.She has presented the dish so beautifully..Check out her blog for more beautiful dishes!
Ning of Heart and Hearth from Phillippines makes a stew with fresh bamboo shoots from China..They are a rich source of Potassium and fiber..She says"After all, if a panda can grow as big as they are through eating bamboos alone, then it must truly be good food!"Check out interesting myths about bamboo in her post!
Maria of Organically cooked from Hania makes Lenten Kalitsounia for The forefeast of the transfiguration held in her community.She uses Vlita(amarnath leaves) in making this unique dish..She makes a vegan version of Kalitsounia especially for the feast..
Syrie of Taste Buddies from Canada presents a Smoked Salmon Pizza with caramelized onions topped with capers and dill weed flowers.She tells a story of how her friend started liking caramelized onions a thing which she hates the most..The pizza does look too appealing with the smoked salmon..Wish I had a slice right now!
TS and JS of Eating club from Vancouver presents a Cumin Cauliflower slaw. A great way to consume veggies in a natural way.She says she coveted this slaw recipe from her neighbour.She dresses the slaw using lime, honey, apple cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil.
Wiffy of NoobCook sends in a lemon barley drink.Barley has cooling properties and it is a refreshing drink to have during this scorching summer.Winter melon sugar and Pandan leaves adds more flavor to the drink.
Dhivya of Culinary Bazaar from Calfornia makes this minty peas soup on an overcast day.She says this soup is rich not by way of calories but rich by way of taste.The soup looks creamy and rich.Check out her post for simple minty ideas..
Srivalli of Cooking for all Seasons from India gives us great information about the Sprouting Process..It gives us insight on which beans and berries can be sprouted.Check out her blog to know the nutritional information of sprouts.
Kalyn of Kalyn's Kitchen our host from Salt Lake City presents the recipe for Market Street Grill Creamy Cucumber-Dill Sauce for Fish..The sauce looks creamy and rich and made with dill,fat free mayo and fat free sour cream..Have a look at her south beach recipe suggestions..
Natashya of Living in the Kitchen with puppies makes oregano oil using the oregano cultivated from her garden.She makes an oregano marinade with it which can be used for poultry,fish,meat and vegetables.
Cham of Spice-Club from California makes Drumstick leaves and dhal.Drumstick trees are found in almost every backyard in South India..Check out her blog for the various superstitions and beliefs about drumstick trees!
Nathan Lau of House of Annie from San Jose makes Steamed Shiitake Mushrooms with Bok Choy and Fatt Choy.Check out her blog for quick asian dishes.
Lakshmi from The Yum Blog bakes carrot coriander muffins.Savory muffins taste great when infused with herbs.And this carrot coriander combo sounds unique and appealing.Do check out her blog for some fascinating authentic south Indian recipes.
Katie from Thyme for cooking whips up a potato salad with pimento dressing. The salad looks colourful and is rich in vitamins and minerals and is a perfect substitute for all the vitamin and other supplements.
Haalo of Cook almost Anything atleast once from Australia makes Sautéed Broccolini with Garlic-infused breadcrumbs.Check out her blog for more details about Broccolini which belongs to the Brassica family.
Cheryl of Gluten free Goodness makes a minty chicken for us with the chocolate mint from her garden.She also uses Stevia and marjoram leaves to flavor the chicken..Check out her blog for more gluten free recipes.
Finally, the entry by the guest host!Yes, that's me..My entry is cheese oregano straws made using puff pastry.The oregano gives an aromatic,warm and slightly bitter taste to the cheese straws and they serve as a great appetizer and tea-time snack..
Hope I have included all recipes in the roundup..Do let me know if I have missed any..It was fun hosting this event.Thanks to Kalyn..