The last time we talked, I shared my plans about participating in the A to Z Challenge. One that seems right up my alley.
What is A to Z Challenge
A to Z Challenge is one of the most popular and intensive challenges of the blogging world. It requires you to post daily (barring Sundays) on a topic related to the alphabet of the day. For example, April 1st is a topic with the letter A, April 2nd with the letter B, and so on. There are two versions, Blogchatter A to Z 2020 Challenge and the International A to Z 2020 Challenge. I am participating in both.
I had been wondering if I should post a theme reveal but decided to do it either way. A bit late, but better late than never, right? For my first ever A to Z Challenge, I will be sharing easy to cook recipes. Recipes that are delicious but do not require slogging in the kitchen. Some recipes are almost 80 years old and some are fairly recent. All in all, it is a mixed bag of my favorite recipes. What’s more, in the current times, you can easily find the ingredients in your pantry.
Excited? Stay tuned for the daily recipe posts starting April 1st. I hope you enjoy trying them out. I can’t wait to share them with you.
Here is the list of recipes
A – Air Fried Chicken Drumsticks
B – Veggie Loaded Bruschetta
C – Chicken Fried Rice
D – Khaman Dhokla in a Microwave
E – Egg in a Hole
F – Bacon and Cheese Frittata
G – Gobhi (Cauliflower) Manchurian
H – Hot and Sour Soup
I – Instant Rava (Semolina) Idli
J – Jackfruit (Kathal) Biryani
K – Kettle Chicken
L – Lemon Coriander Soup
M – Masoor Dal Kebabs
N – Easy Peasy Chicken Noodles
O – Okra (Bhindi) Tawa Masala Fry
P – Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Bhurji
Q – Easy Whole Wheat Quesadilla
R – Pan Roasted Potatoes
S – Sesame Toast
T – Chicken Tikka
U – Rava (Semolina) Upma
V – Vegetable Vermicelli
W – Breakfast Waffles
X – Mutton Xacuti
Y – Yakhni Pulao
Z – Za’atar and Yoghurt Dip