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Recipe for Easy Banana Muffins with Choco Swirl ￼- This really easy recipe gives the softest, lightest muffins, puts overripe bananas to good use. Kids LOVE it, and adults too!
Christmas Special Cinnamon Rolls with Orange Rum Glaze – Summed up in one word – “irresistible”! Get the recipe to bite into pillowy soft cinnamon rolls.
Long time, no bake! It was vacation time and were mostly not at home and the weather was not too beckoning to bake either. But now, back in Bangalore, the evening rains and drop in temperature is reason enough to get the oven cranked up. I also spent a better part of Friday morning cleaning up the r
This recipe is a part of the ongoing series – Tata I-Shakti T20 Tadka. These recipes are a fusion between the two Indian states / cities that are playing each other in the IPL2015 – T20 matches. This one is for the match between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knightriders and co-incidentally, I’m going
A few days ago, I saw an Instagram video from +Saransh Goila making a Saffron Warqi Paratha. In keeping with the theme of recipes from Awadh and Lucknow on SaffronTrail blog all March, I was excited to share it with my readers and Saransh was generous to share his recipe. For those who don’t know him, Chef Saransh Goila is considered India’s youngest celebrity chef and has anchored a show that took across to the length and breadth of India, called Roti, Rasta aur India. You can read more about him here
Hello y’all! Back from a fun fun fun weekend at Pondicherry with the UrbanLadder team, where I was asked to do one of my salad workshops for their offsite, as a small step to making people cook and love healthy food! The 5 teams amazed me with their resourcefulness and creativity. We didn’t have any cooking implements which made the participants put on their creative caps. One of the girls actually crushed peanuts using the side of a bowl, and someone foraged some Thai basil growing wild, while the others ran into their rooms and got some fruit from the complimentary fruit bowl to add some punch to their salad. All in all, a wow experience and I enjoyed it a lot