Friday, April 1, 2011

April Fools Day


~ April Food's Day ~

(for April Fool's Day )

What a wonderful day to resume to blogging
with laughter n gigs :) :) :)
It's April Fool's Day today! A day relished
by pranksters & dreaded by their victims .The
morning of one of the most light hearted days of
the year gave me a great excuse to tickle my family's
funny bones by deceiving their taste buds ....
At least for today all will believe in the saying
"What the eyes see, and the ears hear ...
is not always the truth !!!


How about starting the day with some Dessert ?????
Oh Oh I mean EGGS ....

This easy to make fun dessert will surely fill your house
with loudest laughters ........ The daddy daughter duo
laughter still echos in my mind ... what fun we had ......


White Vanilla Custard in empty egg shells with a scooped papaya
ball to resemble a soft boiled egg yolk .
(You can substitute custard with yogurt , thick cauliflower
soup, agar agar or any white stuff )
Recipe Vanilla Custard
Ingredients- 1 tbsp sugar, 1 cup milk, 1 tbsp cornflour,
few drops vanilla essence, 1/4 cup water.
Method- Dissolve cornflour in 1/4 cup water ,add vanilla
& keep aside. Boil milk in a sauce pan & add sugar once
it dissolves slowly mix in the dissolved cornflour . Stir
till the mixture thickens. Cool & use.


43 comments:

  1. Amazing , what a masterpiece .... still cant believe that this egg is not an egg !!! lols

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  2. haha. I was stumped too! :) Good 1

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  3. would love to have these eggetarian dessert ;-) Apt for the day ....

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. awsum!!!!!!!!!!really deceptive!!!!n beautiful!!

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  5. Excellent!!! Cannot believe the yolks are made of papaya!! very cool!!

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  6. Iam still laughing here.......... Very creative.

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  7. ha ha ha ha.. thats a cute prank :) You are really creative :)

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  8. Amazing...... :)
    Reminded me of the challenge in Masterchef Australia

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  9. awesome and cute and excellent presentation.

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  10. That is a real fool masterpiece but so creative and inviting :)

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  11. Wow, so realistic! This would fool anyone! :)

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  12. the egg shells are looking too cute, loved the addition of papaya, a treat for starting april !

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  13. Looks awesome!! *Dumb question* - Once you break open the egg shells and drain them, do you simply wash them out with water? And then put the vanilla custard in?

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  14. This IS a fun post!! But where have you been, Smita? I have missed you! What's been going on with you? Welcome back!!!!

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  15. Wow very creative..papaya looks exactly prefect like the yolks na..awesome..

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  16. hahhahah.. i really loved it.. ur dessert was really really nice.. very creative..

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  17. Thanks for stopping on my blog!
    in this way...I discovered yours and...it's awesome!!!!!

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  18. luv the presentation,..egg looks so real,.

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  19. Thanks for all the lovely comments ....

    @Simran - broke the shell open n thoroughly drained it with luke warm water , kept it in sun for a couple of hours to make the eggy smell vanish.
    If u still feel the eggy smell rinse a couple of times with water mixed with vinegar.

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  20. Hey there! Thanks for the follow! I LOVE your blog! Such great ideas, and love the April Fool's Day Eggs lol

    Kimberley

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  21. How clever is that! Gorgeous photography, too!

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  22. Oh~~this is fun! Wish I had seen this yesterday. I will for sure make this fun dessert next year :D Thank you thank you for the idea!

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  23. This looks absolutely fun! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Look forward to reading and enjoying more posts! Following you back on GFC!

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  24. Love it! :-) Love your blog and ideas!

    What is best to use - cooked or raw eggs?

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  25. First time to your blog....went thru all your featured articles....you are simply awesome!!! Glad to follow you :)

    Ankita
    http://eat-hearty.blogspot.com/

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  26. The trick fooled me really :)
    What an idea and great pictures too. It is always a visual treat to come to your blog..

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  27. A perfect dessert for Fool's day.
    I make this with China grass instead of custard.
    Nice blog...I will visit again leisurely to see more recipes.

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  28. PHOTOGRAPHS LOOKS LIKE A PROFESSIONAL ONE...VERY DECENT BLOG FILLED WITH VERY GOOD RECIPES.....Thanks for stopping by mine...glad to follow you..

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  29. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love this recipe, very tricky and lots of fun! You've got a great site here.

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  30. Thanks for visiting my blog...Your space is awesome...with great recipes for kids...and shud say...superb presentations....Love to follow you...Do keep visiting my space if you get time :)

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  31. Nice and dleicious with vanilla custard and papaya.

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  32. I got your comment on my blog today and am returning the favor and am following your blog thru GFC. Thanks for stopping by and following me. I appreciate each and every one of my followers. Have a great day!

    Mary@http://mmbearcupoftea.blogspot.com

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  33. Hi Smitha,
    I have some awards for you....please collect them from my blog post ...More Awards - 14

    http://foodmazaa.blogspot.com/2011/04/more-awards-14.html

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  34. You are still delighting the masses! Congratulations on being featured in this sweet collection for April Fool's Day celebrations! I followed the links to find you, and what a pleasant surprise! Thanks for sharing.

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