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Spiced SunGold Kiwifruit Smoothie Bowl

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

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2 – ingredient Chocolate Mousse

This Chocolate Mousse is made with just Chocolate and water, and is the sort of molecular gastronomy that you can try easily at home. This is a Chocolate Mousse meant exclusively for dark chocolate lovers, as you will see that I haven’t added any sugar. And no, the water won’t make the chocolate seize here! All thanks to Herve This!

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Cherry Clafoutis

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!

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Pesto rolls

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

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Dulce de leche Ice Cream (without ice cream-maker)

As far as homemade no-churn ice creams go, it’s really Nigella Lawson who cracked the code for us. Here, I build upon her technique by first making some Dulce de Leche, a South American classic, and then using the cooled Dulce de Leche to whip up ice cream with some heavy whipping cream

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Beetroot Chaas

As I look back, summer is typically the time when I fill the pages of the blog with drinks and beverages that aren’t spiked with crazy amounts of sugar. There was this Pomegranate Soda that had no added sugar, while this [Cucumber Cooler](h

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Thai-style Prawn Burgers

What makes a burger ‘Thai-Style’? Well it’s the use of herbs and spices that are the mainstay of Thai food! These Thai Style burgers are made with prawns, but you could use shrimps too. Shrimp and Prawn Burgers are a great alternative to Meat Burgers. Yay for seafood!

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Cocoa Fudge Cake

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

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Arugula and Coriander Pesto Sauce

If you’re looking for an alternative to the regular basil-pine nut pesto, then this arugula and cilantro (coriander as we like to call it in India) Pesto is a refreshing change! Walnuts are often used even in traditional pesto, instead of pine nuts (as they can be expensive).

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