Onion Rava Dosa recipe | Crispy Rava Dosa | Tips to make a hotel style rava dosa | Savoury Semolina Crepes Whenever we are at a restaurant / cafe that has idli dosa on the… [Continue Reading]
A festive tea cake with flavours of saffron and kewra (screwpine) – goes wonderfully with a cup of coffee and tea. No eggs used.
Kesar Nankhatai |Saffron Recipes – Recipe for Saffron flavoured Nankhatai, Indian shortbread cookie Saffron Nankhatai / Saffron Cookies Diwali is just round the corner. Which means it’s the roll-up-your-sleeves and get-down-to-cleaning time of the… [Continue Reading]
Boozy Self Saucing Chocolate Pudding Cake for Two -easy to make, swoon-worthy dessert for Valentine’s Day. Vegan option available too!
Vegetarian recipe: Tostadas are crisp discs that are served with a variety of toppings. Typically made using cornmeal and deep fried, baking them yields perfectly acceptable results.
HEALTHY RECIPE: Traditionally homemade tortillas employ lard to give a super soft texture. In the vegetarian version, we employ oil and hot water. These tortillas are a healthier multigrain version.
Nankhatai or Naankhatai is the original Indian cookie, with a super simple recipe. The perfect accompaniment to a cuppa tea.
A super simple bake using seasonal strawberries – just right to go with your tea or coffee. Get the recipe here!
Yesterday, I had the 3rd edition of my bread baking workshop – Breaking Bread. We made a rocket-basil-yellow cherry tomato pizza from scratch. Fluffy golden Mumbai pav was served with bhaaji. The cinnamon rolls we made today were turned extra special by adding raisins and orange zest soaked in brand
Ragi, flaxseed, jaggery, ginger, sesame seeds – you might wonder what these utterly healthy ingredients are doing in a cookie! You might even think it’s a complete madhouse of an idea. Ragi / nachni / mandwa / finger millets have been an Indian superfood well before everyone and their uncle started
At the beginning of 2013, I asked for your feedback on my Facebook Page on the kind of things you’d like to see on the blog this year and that I’ll try and incorporate some of your recipe requests. And the one thing that was a popular demand was a healthy loaf of bread. So here’s my attempt to share
Apple, Fig and Poppyseed Muffins – delicious and simple, bake them over the weekend for a teatime snack!