If you’ve come here wanting to make a pretty marble cake, you are in the right place! Most marble cake recipes are modified pound cake recipes. They do need a LOT of butter. Whether you… [Continue Reading]
Spinach Omelette has a ton of greens in a regular omelette, keeping you full for longer as well as giving you a hearty serving of nutrient rich green leafy vegetables for breakfast. I can eat… [Continue Reading]
Whole Wheat Mandarin Orange Cake with Olive Oil | Easy Orange Cake Recipe | Nagpur Mandarin Orange Cake | Whole Wheat Orange Cake The starting point of most of my cakes these days is the… [Continue Reading]
Egg Kothu Parotta recipe is the best way to use up leftover rotis or parathas, with the heartiness of sauteed vegetables and scrambled eggs. Most Indians kitchens are very resourceful when it comes to refurbishing… [Continue Reading]
Pumpkin French toast is a seasonal twist to a much loved breakfast made using slightly stale bread, adding to the nutritive value of this humble dish. French toast doesn’t have the Gallic roots its name… [Continue Reading]
Dutch Apple Cake Recipe inspired from the heartwarming apple cake we had in Amsterdam, adapted from a Rachel Allen Recipe Memories from our trip to Europe After losing ALL our money in the train ride… [Continue Reading]
I share with you a story about a small healthy-eating victory and how I’m trying to stick to a breakfast routine. Also, find the recipe for an Oats Banana Buttermilk pancake, with no added sugar or refined flour.
Huevos Rancheros is one of the most popular Mexican breakfasts, meaning Rancher’s eggs, originally served as a hearty breakfast in large farms. Since I haven’t been to Mexico, urban or rural, the first time… [Continue Reading]
These lemon and blueberry muffins are my kid’s favourite! Do try it out with frozen blueberries that you get in most supermarkets these days in the frozen products section.
Crustless Chard Quiche There’s something wonderful about quiches, they fit perfectly as a meal for any time of the day – be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. The only thing that probably deters people from making this is the mess (well, a little) of making and blind baking the crust and the quantity of
A Parsi style omelette with onions, peas, ginger, garlic and other spices – stunning to look at and delicious to eat! A perfect breakfast with some toast and kadak chai!
My morning glory muffins I was just thinking to myself- what is the difference between a recipe I find in a blog and a recipe that I come across in some general food site? The answers were very clear. When I see it in a blog, I know for sure, there is someone just like me, who has tried and tested