To say it briefly, lately, my life has been a mess. Shifting homes is turning out to be way more chaotic than I had ever imagined. I guess, for people like me who work from home, the impact is a bit more because one ends up feeling uprooted on the work front too. So when the folks at PepperTap reach
Soft, homemade dinner rolls made a tad bit healthy with the addition of light rye flour… yes I’m keeping up with the eating healthy habits I promised myself as 2015 drew to an end. Despite all the home shifting and crazy amount of travel that can sum up 2016 so far for me, I’ve been trying to eat mi
It’s amazing how soft, pillow-y baos _have become so popular in the land of _paos! I’d eaten baos abroad but when The Fatty Bao opened in Mumbai last year, it was the first time that I tried them in Mumbai. Since then, baos have become so popular and it’s really heartening to see the ‘Indian C
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.
Cocoa powder, melted chocolate and chocolate chips- it’s the season to indulge and these Triple Chocolate Buckwheat Cookies really hit the spot. I also have a special discount for Zomato users in India & the UAE so hang on till the end of this post!
— Me wearing a chef’s hat. Your thoughts? Recently, I wrote an article about the Changing Face of Food in Mumbai – we’re so much more aware of food and there’s that much more to choose from. And while this kind of growing interest can lead us to believe that we are experts, the truth […]
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
An easy way to make Indian samosas is to use filo pastry or phyllo pastry sheets. Baking, instead of frying them, will save you tons of time in the kitchen. Take a pick of your favourite chutney – mint or tamarind, to pair these with!
Just when I feel like I know all that there is to know about a sponge cake, I come across a recipe for this beautiful, light and airy sponge that doesn’t have any butter, oil, baking powder or soda! It relies completely on how well you whisk the egg and sugar together. It’s essentially just eggs,
I’m not shy of making risottos, but honestly, ever since I discovered ‘baked risottos’, you know the kind that you start on the flame and then shut-off in the oven for the next 40-or-so minutes, I’ve had zero inclination to make it any other way! When I’m cooking just for the 2 of us, it frees me