Beautifying food with Borosil11:23
I am an ardent cook who loves to experiment with different recipes from all over the world and given my niche in designing, I like serving my food beautifully.
I have tried nearly all kinds of serveware but nothing clicked for me as much as the lovely, transparent serveware from Borosil did.
Here are some pictures which confirm the same:
Plain rice served in Borosil with a dash of creativity:
I might not be a big fan of 'Angry Birds' game but the idea of making them using eggs sounded just so irresistible!
I guess my birdies don't look remotely angry though, the left one looks like it's pouting for the camera and the right side one looks like its bored and drowsy :P #RandomThoughts
I boiled the eggs in the Borosil pot shown below. This is a 100% flame induce-able, cute looking transparent pot and I must admit that I was mighty curious as I was cooking in a glass pot for the first time. So when it passed my little experiment without shattering in the flames and giving me a bad day, I was impressed!
It's impressive how beautiful the serve ware from Borosil makes food look. The see through glassware showcases all colors of the food inside making it look like an eye candy.
That is mutton gravy. It tastes delicious with plain rice.
...and now for the real treat- Chicken kababs! ^_^
I made Gulab Jamuns for desert.
Some watermelon juice after a good dinner sounds great. What say?!
To sum up, I am totally in love with the serveware(which is part cookware) from Borosil and totally recommend it to you all!
Stay beautiful, serve beautiful,
This is my post for the Round 2 of the #BeautifulFood contest at Indiblogger sponsored by Borosil.