￼This Apple Cake made with powdered jaggery is moist, not very sweet, and makes for the perfect snacking cake!
Rich, buttery brioche that can pass-off as a bread-cake! Baked it for Papa Bear’s birthday with whatever I could find at home – used Amul butter, raisins soaked in Frooti and gondhoraj zest. It’s the perfect cake for a bread lover and great for the holidays when you can leave this at the counter to snack on all day long!
￼ Nankhatai are Indian shortbread cookies that are made with clarified butter or ghee instead of butter and get a rich flavour with the addition of chickpea flour or beasn. I make mine a tad bit more special with the addition of chocolate chunks and cardamom powder. These are eggless and are perfect festive cookies or desserts. They store well in an air tight container ￼
Moist Chocolate Cupcakes that are egg-less and stuffed with Ferrero Rocher. A dreamy Nutella Buttercream Frosting and topped with Ferrero Rocher too! You wouldn’t be wrong to call these Double Ferrero Rocher Cupcakes 😉 . Goriawala is a famous cake-maker in Mumbai, I won’t say that this chocolate cupcake is the same as their recipe, but tastes every bit as good as theirs :).
My mind has been working overtime with flavour combinations for Diwali, and while I’ve been seeing a lot of gulab jamuns sneaking into cheesecakes, I have to admit, I’m a bit partial to my favourite motichoor ka ladoo! And since it is the season to be decadent I’ve decided to make a ‘mithai cupc
Fresh cherries, don’t have a season, they have a moment! Which is why, as soon as I spot them in the market, I buy a big box to make this French Classic – Cherry Clafoutis! It’s crisp on the edges, soft in the centre – but always so satisfying! It’s the sort of quick summer dessert that you don’t need any special equipment for and is so impressive. Serve it with whipped cream, ice cream or just a dusting of icing sugar!
While we’re all dying in the crazy heat in Mumbai, I think I might have stumbled upon a silver lining to this crazy situation… bread making! Any kind of yeasted dough rises like a dream in this hot and humid weather, making this the ideal weather to bake homemade breads. I usually cover the dough wi
Remember when I baked this Banana Bread, imagining it to be something Mad Men’s Betty Draper would have stashed away? Back then, I was binge-watching episodes of Mad Men when it aired late in the night. A strange thing
Chestnut flour is my latest jam! No, seriously, I’ve been stirring it into most things that I’ve baked lately and I absolutely love its slightly nutty, subtly sweet flavour. And for this latest experiment in my kitchen, I must thank the [Equal Streets](http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/
I’ve never been to Turkey, barring a brief stopover at Istanbul airport when I was on my way to Paris last year, but I can’t get enough of this Turkish street food snack called ‘Gozleme’. Think of it as a ‘roomali roti’ wrap that’s