Friday, December 31, 2010

Wish You A Happy, Healthy And Delicious New Year 2011


A new year is unfolding—like a blossom with petals curled tightly concealing the beauty within and I am praying to God-

As the dawn breaks on a new year, let us give thanks for all we hold dear: our health, our family and our friends.


Let us release our grudges, our anger and our pains, for these are nothing but binding chains. Let us live each day in the most loving ways, the God-conscious way. Let us serve all who are in need, regardless of race, color or creed.


Let us keep God of our own understanding in our hearts and to chant God's name each day. Let us lead the world from darkness to light, from falsehood to truth and from wrong to right.


Let us remember that we are all one, embracing all, discriminating against none.


May our year be filled with peace, prosperity and love. May God's blessings shower upon us and bestow upon each of us a bright, healthy and peaceful new year.
-Reverend Marcy "Melchezedek Order"
Wish you all A Very Happy Delicious New Year 2011. May all your dream come true this year.



To celebrate the coming year I thought why not share with you a delectable dessert recipe. Of course dessert is my favorite and I thought to start 2011 on a sweet note . So this utterly butterly delicious hot brownies, pistachio ice cream with hot fudge sauce. I think this is the “show stopper” of my new year eve dinner party. I have made lots of delicious dessert but this time I want to serve something a little more……… exciting . Something that would impress and entertain my friends.

Today I will share only the hot fudge recipe with you because due to lack of time I asked my aunt to prepare the brownie for me and the pistachio ice cream was store brought. If you have time you can surely make it for yourself but friend in the last minute hurry I can make it . So for now the divinely delightful hot fudge recipe.


Ingredients:
Unsweetened chocolate      1/4 th cup coarsely chopped
Semisweet chocolate        2 cup  coarsely chopped
Light cream                1 cup
Sugar                      1 cup or to taste
Vanilla essence            few drops

Procedure:

In a sauce pan combine the chocolates, light cream and sugar. Bringing to boiling, reduce heat then simmer the mixture uncovered over low heat for 1 to 2 minutes until it is a creamy, stirring frequently. Remove from heat then add the vanilla essence. And you silky smooth hot fudge is ready. In a single plate I make a base of this dreamy fudge sauce and put a thin slice of brownie over it a scoop of pistachio ice cream and then again drizzle the sauce over it and a delicious comfy dessert is ready to serve.
I am going to entertain my friends and family with this delectable dessert when we all welcome 2011. Give it a try in your coming parties and let me know how it turns out for you!

Enjoy A Rocking time!

Be Happy And Stay Healthy.

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17 comments:

katerina said...

What a beautiful sweet way to say fairwell to 2010. I wish to you Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New year full of love from your the people who care for you!

Foodessa said...

Lovely words to comfort us throughout the New Year. Thank you for being such a warm and kind soul Sutapa ;o)

Here's wishing all you desire in the coming year.
Claudia

sinfullyspicy said...

Happy New Year Sutapa! Wish you good health & lots of happiness!

Jay said...

very interesting..
My Heartiest Wishes for 2011..:)
Tasty appetite

Heavenly Housewife said...

What a beautiful post, it made me smile :)
As for this desert, WOW, it is exactly the kind of thing I love, its like you made it just for me.
Happy New Year dear friend!
*kisses* HH

aipi said...

That is one amazing, beautiful and delicious looking plate :)
Have a great n prosperous 2011 dear!!

US Masala

My Little Space said...

Happy New Year to you & your family, Sutapa! May all the good things coming to you in year 2011. Wishing you the very best. And what a sweet treat for the start. Thanks alot for sharing. Have a great day!
Blessings, Kristy
p/s you can either use pandan leaves or extract, or just omit both. It still taste as good. Hope you will like it!

Angie's Recipes said...

Who could ever resist a chocolate dessert? :-)
Happy 2011 to you and yours too!
Angie

Taste of Beirut said...

wonderful sweet thing to start the year with! this is what I had been missing ! Have a great new year 2011~

Reeni said...

Such a scrumptious brownie dessert with this homemade hot fudge! Wishing you the best for 2011! It's been a pleasure reading your blog!

5 Star Foodie said...

Such a lovely dessert! Happy new year and best wishes in 2011!

Chow and Chatter said...

happy new year lovely post great advice

love Rebecca

Bo said...

I think a dessert it the perfect way to start off the new year.

Mary said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely thoughts and dessert with us. I hope the new year has a wealth of good things in store for you. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Gulmohar said...

Such a wonderful dessert...Happy New year,Sutapa !!

Shilpi Bose said...

Hmmm...absolutely,absolutely delicious. Happy New Year.

Jay said...

very delicious dessert...:)
Happy new year dear..
Tasty appetite