Saturday, July 30, 2011

Snake Sticks



~ Snake Sticks~

Little one (shhh!!me too) is a sucker for cute food
and a die hard fan for all those cutie pie treats that
makes her tiny little heart top of the world.Healthy
homemade food that resembles a character from
the zoo, fairy-tales or cartoon coloring book are
always a bigggg hit amongst kids . I couldn't stop
myself from heading to the kitchen after seeing
these cuties at Crista's blog..... Little one loved
dipping the snakes in her soup eshhhhh .....

Snake (snack) Sticks !!




Cumin flavored savory breadsticks .
Original recipe states Refrigerated Breadstick dough, but its
not easy to find here hence I happily used the regular jeera
(cumin) cracker recipe n it worked wonderfully.


Gliding thru the oven ..Hissssss.......


Recipe for Cumin flavored breadsticks -

Ingredients - 2 cups refined flour ( i took 1 cup whole wheat & 1 cup refined ),
1 1/2 tsp salt , 1 tsp baking powder , 1 1/2 tsp cumin seeds, 1/4 tsp roasted cumin
powder,1 tsp powdered sugar , 1/2 cup olive or refined oil, 1 egg , a few
peppercorns , dry whole chillies and wooden skewers .

Method- Sift together flour, salt & baking powder, mix in the cumin seeds &
cumin powder. Beat the egg & mix in sugar & oil . Knead into soft dough
adding a few tbsps of water as required. Divide the dough into 15 portions &
roll each into sticks (coils ) . Wrap each coil around a greased skewer . Flatten
one of the ends to resemble a snake's mouth & place two peppercorns for the
eyes. Cut out a piece from the chilly & put it as the tongue. Place on a greased
tray & bake in a preheated oven at 180C / gas mark 4 for 20-25 mins
or until light brown & crisp . Cool & serve .


Featured on Child magazine (July '11 issue)

Glad to share with you the Tiffin Time that got featured
in the July '11 issue of Child magazine . Click (link)
to read . A warm thanks to the Child family & all my
lovely viewers who motivate me for all the creations.



28 comments:

  1. OMG .... These are soooooooooooooooo cute , Can i have one pl ????

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  2. Very cute...... Iam sure my d/ter will not touch it.She is very afraid of snakes.
    www.sailajakitchen.com

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  3. congrats......for ur feature in child magazine......The snakes r really looking dangerous...and yummy..!!

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  4. congrats for being featured,snakes look so cute,.

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  5. Congrats!!! This one is very innovative!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  6. Congratulations ! I am sure kids must have enjoyed these Snake Sticks :-) They are very cute.

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  7. Fun! I have a few little ones that would enjoy adding these creatures to their meal : )

    So nice to be featured in Child Magazine too!

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  8. For once, I saw very cute and loving looking snakes,too gorgeous.

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  9. What a splendid creation! This is fantastic. And congrats on getting featured! You rock!

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  10. as usual very artistic and lovely presentation.
    indu srinivasan
    kattameethatheeka.blogspot.com.

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  11. Awesome idea... this should work well with the adults as well. Will give it a try for sure. Pinning it. Thanks for sharing!

    -Tanya
    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/

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  12. OMG! that's really awesome !!!

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  13. Check out my giveaway!
    http://olivesandpickles.blogspot.com/2011/07/montessori-at-home-help-your.html#comments

    patty

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  14. What a cute looking snakes. Excellent snack.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  15. Wow looks scary and cute too :) love the idea a lot. Such creations of yours would make eating a happy happening :)

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  16. Wow hatsoff to ur creativity dear,luks so cute...wonderful job.

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  17. wow awesome...

    an AWARD for you smita...
    please do accept and visit my blog for details...

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  18. Congrats on your feature in the magazine! My boys will love this snake bread sticks, shall try it out one day and thanks for the sharing!

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  19. OMG ..R u creative or what ..going through your blog is a feast for eyes ..no kid ( or super fussy grown ups) can resist your treats ..

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  20. Hey, these sssnake sssnack sssticks are a sssensational way to engage the planet's pickiest eaters (or anyone who simply grooves on fun food).

    Little Food Junction is one of the coolest blogs in the galaxy!

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  21. I agree with Y: no matter what you planet you live on, this blog rocks!

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  22. I am hosting my first Link-up party - Tea Time Thursdays. Would be glad to see you there :)

    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/2011/08/celebrating-one-party-time.html

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  23. Hi Smita,

    I am writing to request your permission to feature your cute owl sandwich on my Squidoo lens: http://www.squidoo.com/owl-baby-shower

    Of course I will keep the watermark in tact and provide a link to the page where the sandwich appears.

    Thank you,
    Joyce Kreger

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  24. @ Joyce Kreger
    It wud be a pleasure to be featured on Squidoo. Pl go ahead .....Look forward to the link.

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  25. da non credere!! originalissimi!! molto molto brava! anche se mia mamma a questa visione scapperebbe dalla paura ^^ bacio!

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