27 January 2013

Bookmarked Recipes Roundup #20


Bookmarked Recipes: a monthly event to encourage food bloggers to revisit the recipes they have bookmarked from magazines, newspapers, cookbooks. websites, blogs, to try them out and post about them.

Read on to see all the entries. If you recreate any bookmarked recipes in January 2013, you can join in by adding them to the linky at the end of this post for the next roundup.




Bookmarked Recipe #20
January Roundup



Recipe bookmarked from Mysore Style Cooking.



 





Recipe bookmarked from  Simple Bites.



 





 3. Manicotti
Recipe bookmarked from Recipes from our Kitchen




 





Anneli (Delicieux)
Recipe bookmarked from Stacey Snacks.

 

 




Recipe bookmarked from Vegan Richa.



 





Jacqueline (Tinned Tomatoes)
Recipe bookmarked from Hamlyn's QuickCook Low Fat.



 




Recipe bookmarked from Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking.



 





Recipe bookmarked from Demuths Restaurants Positively Vegetarian: Recipes for Life.



 





Simona (Briciole)
Recipe bookmarked from the December 2012 issue of Food & Wine.



 





Recipe bookmarked from Rose Elliot.



 




Choclette (Chocolate Log Blog)
Recipe bookmarked from How to Cook Good Food.



 




12. Cream Scones 
Recipe bookmarked from Martha Stewart.



 




Recipe bookmarked from the Goodness Direct newsletter.



 




Recipe bookmarked from Technicolor Kitchen.


 





Recipe bookmarked from Nigellissima.








16. Fig Cake with Greek Yogurt
Kate (Turquoise Lemons)
Recipe bookmarked from Leon's Baking & Puddings.






Here ends the first Bookmarked Recipes of 2013.

January is off to a flying start with all these delicious entries.
February's Bookmarked Recipes is open for business.

If you would to add a post, just go to the linky at the bottom of this post. 
  1. Please remember that bookmarked recipes must be suitable for vegetarians, in line with this blog. 
  2. Please link to this post and state where you bookmarked your recipe from.
  3. Three entries only per blog.
You can find the guidelines, current challenge and past roundups here
 Bookmarked Recipes February will be open until Saturday 23 February 2013.

18 comments:

  1. Some interesting recipes there, must try and remember to enter next time!

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  2. What a lovely round-up, Jacqui... chocolate and warm wintry eats. :)

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    1. I know, it's a smashing roundup. Pleased to see you have a recipe in for the next roundup already Janet :)

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  3. This is such a lovely roundup of recipes, I've got plenty of inspiration for the week ahead now! Thank you :-)

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  5. As always Thank you so much for hosting Jac, looking forward to participating again.

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  6. Really pleased I managed to take part this time round and I'm glad of the incentive to cook stuff that's been on the to-do list for too long!

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    1. It's a great challenge for that Sarah, although some have commented that it actually makes their to-do list longer as they discover even more tasty recipes to save for trying later, hehe! Thanks for joining in.

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  7. I was reading this post yesterday...so many inspiring recipes. I love the
    Red Ghoulash linked by Allotment to Kitchen, what amazing colours.

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    1. It is rather gorgeous, but then Shaheen's dishes always look amazing.

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  8. Very nice assortment of recipes: from pasta all the way to dessert, we have a lovely party here. Thank you, Jacqueline, for the elegant roundup.

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  9. Mmm, that fig cake has my name written all over it - actually I'll take the lot!

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  10. I posted a Banana Cake Loaf bookmarked recipe yesterday and I linked to your website, I'll wait to the next roundup (?).

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x