￼This Apple Cake made with powdered jaggery is moist, not very sweet, and makes for the perfect snacking cake!
￼ A one pot rice dish that is hearty, fragrant with spices full of vegetables – that’s Tehri or Taheri for you! My version is cooked in mustard oil which adds so much flavour; and a bunch of spices. This one pot rice dish hails from the Northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and what I love about it is how you can make it your own by using your favourite vegetables, or leftover veggies from your refrigerator!
Healthy Banana Pancakes that take just 3 ingredients to make. You can add any number of mix-ins or flavourings to give it your own characteristic spin.
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
There are days when you want your smoothie ‘to go’, and there days when you want something as filling as a smoothie, but just wish that you didn’t have to gulp it down, but could eat it instead. And that’s when I turn to a smoothie bowl, layer it up with all kinds of goodies, and eat it for brea
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/
Do the words ‘Carrot’ and ‘Punch’, when put together, sound insane enough for you to want to think of hurling some punches my way? Sounds fair, I had my apprehensions too. But if you’re from the Caribbean, this drink would seem familiar enough for you to make a quick dash to your kitchen to check if
As much as I love a butter-y, flaky tart crust, there are times when I dial things down to make a version of tart where the crust is made of nuts, is sweetened with dates and the fruits shine with just a drizzle of maple syrup. I’ve used apricots here, but feel free to use peaches, nectarines, mangoes, plums or any stone fruit of your choice!
Every couple of days I’ll have an email from my Dad, sending me recipes that he wants me to try. Coming from him, these usually involve seasonal veggies that he loves and he always signs off by saying – “I can pick up the veggies from the market.” As you might have guessed from the title, sweet pota
I’d once heard Cindy Crawford talk about how after the indulgence of Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties, she likes Valentine’s Day to be a bit low key – you know, special (like a bunch of roses), but not over the top. I’m not one for heart-shaped cards either, but over the last couple of years I’