Greetings folks! After a busy month and a great vacation, here I'm, back to blogging... 😀 First a bit about the tour... Oh my! It's the best place I have ever seen 😆 - Andaman and Nicobar Islands. So colorful, soothing, relaxing, clean and there is a lot more to this place. Scuba diving was … Continue reading Munch into Crunchy Herbed Biscotti…
When I first had Galouti Kebab, I never thought it would be so creamy and so flavorful.. The aroma.. The tickling taste buds.. Oh my god! I can't even explain..Pure bliss.. 😌 It was created for an aging Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Lucknow who lost his teeth, but not his passion for meat dishes. … Continue reading Moist and Sinful… Veg (Soya) Galouti Kebab
It is so hot here in Pune, like never before (40°C + 😥) and having a Saoji dish now is pretty daring 😁. I don't usually eat mutton but I couldn't stop myself when I saw this recipe on the channel Food Food. One of my friends tried it too and he was drooling all … Continue reading Mutton Saoji… Too hot to handle (I mean it ;))
Do you think these are churros? Well I can just hope, you do. 😜 I'm very fascinated with the concept of 'food in disguise', when the food presented is not what it looks like. It is an element of surprise when the taste buds play with our minds. Some might disagree with me for the … Continue reading Churros? Nah.. It’s Pommes de Terre Lorette
I made this dessert last week and yet could not decide on the name 😥. Anyway, what matters is that it is yummy, looks great and is easy to make. This dessert is inspired by Masterchef India 4 where it was named as 'Orange and Chocolate layered Barfi'. Well.. It is certainly not a barfi. … Continue reading Retro Style Panna Cotta… Or Zebra Panna Cotta (Visually :p)
Well I am a huge Masterchef fan, especially Masterchef Australia. 🙌 Croquembouche plays a key role in all the MC seasons. It is a French dessert made with choux pastry, filled and piled into a cone with the help of caramel. So this was my very first choux pastry and of course "the croquembouche" 🙂 … Continue reading Croquembouche, My first try
Homemade midway snacks are great, aren't they? Especially when you are travelling in a train for 3 days and And they have only 4 things to offer, veg/non-veg thali and veg/non-veg biryani. Indians will connect with me (very well ). As you might have guessed, I am posting this while dancing to the violent tunes … Continue reading Stuffed Banana Peppers… Then rolled and baked and eaten 😛
I have a very important interview lined up and I am so darn stressed.. 😥 I keep studying all the time. No time for cooking.. What to do? 🙁 Wait! What will be better than chocolate for calming my nerves down! 😀 Mmm... 😐 CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES 🍫! 🙌 But scooping is such a mess and … Continue reading Chuck Scoops, Cut Cubes… Chocolate Truffles
Cakes are something I bake at least ones a week, may be more and never get bored of it. I have so many cake tins and silicone moulds that my mother tells me to open a store 😁. Fabfurnish.com is my first preferred site for buying these. From many recipes I have for a cake, … Continue reading Just Another Pretty Cake… But Super Easy!
Paratha is a flat bread that we Indians love to eat. It is a very common food item here, especially in North India. There are 'n' numbers of version of a paratha. Ask any mother here and she will tell you a different one. So I won't say that this is a recipe of paratha, … Continue reading TRICOLOR PARATHA… Woohooo!!!