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  • Multi-grain Crackers - Sweet & Savory
    on Mar 8, 2015 in Cookies Eggless Bakes
    Eggless is the way to go right now for me since it allows my daughter to share it with her vegetarian friends. So it is quite a challenge, eggless, low-fat, low-sugar and healthy since she is getting really diet conscious and so am I. After doing som...
  • Mango Mousse with Oreo
    on Jun 28, 2014
    Mango season means an abundance of mangoes which taste best when you eat it just like a fruit. It's when you had enough you think of different ways to make use it. Aamras, cheesecake, mousse. Well I chose a very simple option mango mousse. Paneer, hu...
  • Multi-grain Savory Crackers
    on Nov 23, 2013 in Cookies Eggless Bakes
    Eggless is the way to go right now for me since it allows my daughter to share it with her vegetarian friends. So it is quite a challenge, eggless, low-fat, low-sugar and healthy since she is getting really diet conscious and so am I. After doing som...
  • Eggless Chocolate BrownieMy daughter has a lot of vegetarian friends and she cannot carry anything with eggs in her tiffin box, so I had to switch to eggless version of baked goods. I really don't mind it since I too am not too fond of eggs in baked goods. I found this recip...
  • Multi-grain cookies with nut butter
    on Oct 28, 2013 in Cookies Eggless Bakes
    I love home made cookies with my afternoon tea/ coffee. I guess it comes from the heavy influence Enid Blyton has left on me. Lately I have become a health freak, who use whole grains, avoids butter, prefers to grill rather than fry and so on. So tha...
  • Turkish Coffee
    on Oct 26, 2013
    Turkish coffee is rather strong but the flavour of the coffee is really good that we grew quite fond of it during our recent visit. We bought packs of Turkish coffee not sure whether we would be able to achieve the flavour and fragrance of what we ta...
  • Fudgy Roasted Almond Brownies with cacao nibs
    on Apr 28, 2013 in Brownie Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes
    Using some coffee and cacao nibs intensify the dark chocolate flavour of the brownies. Add some toasted almonds to complement it. I used an olive oil brownie recipe which never fails. The outcome is intense fudgy brownies a delight for dark chocolate...
  • Dips Dips Dips!!!
    on Apr 20, 2013
    Dips are a staple at home. So versatile and so really easy. A few ingredients and you get a creamy dip that will sustain when you have nothing else in the house. Chapati and dip or spread it on your bread. It can also work as a salad dressing, a heal...
  • Home made dried herbs
    on Apr 13, 2013 in DIY Herbs
    If you have the patience and the passion to DIY, make fresh dried herbs. I somehow do not care for the ready-to-use herbs available here in the supermarkets except for chives (since I did not have much success with drying them). For the rest of the h...
  • Chicken Tagine with Zeresh RiceI love middle eastern food. Sumac and zeresh (barberries) being my favourite ingredients. Both have an intense red color and add a tang to the dish. After scouring various website for Chicken tagine recipe, I finally created my own recipe which I thi...
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