Being a pastry chef, you do need that break from sugar at times. My biggest fear entering this industry has been ending up with diabetes and hence as most of you’ll know, I don’t eat most of the things I bake. But as humans, we have our cravings and I must admit, all things buttery […]
First things first. I’ve just turned 22. I’ve published my first tiny cookbook. It’s something I’ve been wanting to write for quite sometime now. 2 months of research and recipe testing, all worth it in the end. It was so much fun working with the team at Better Butter and love how they encourage young […]
Are you in the mood for some traditional baking this Diwali?
I’ve never been a fan of Indian mithais so I’m bringing a twist to all things traditional.
Almonds is a must on every family’s table, so here’s my Almond & Jaggery Loaf which is delicious and happens to be very healthy too.
Happy Baking! 🙂
One of my all-time favourite dinner dishes happen to be the classic Roast Chicken. Tender flesh, crisp skin bursting with flavours, you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
Sharing with you’ll a few tips I’ve learned over the years on perfecting this beauty.
Happy weekend guys!
Who said pasta can’t be healthy?
Try out my meaty twist to the classic Aglio E Olio that happens to be healthy and tasty.
Welcome to a new series on the blog- For the Healthy Souls. It’s the first day of a new week and I’m on a strict high protein-low carb diet starting today for the next two weeks. Hope you are as excited as me to smell, breathe and eat all things healthy!
Sharing the first recipe which is a simple Thai Beef+Lettuce Salad that is packed with flavours. Do try it and let me know how it turned out!
I’ve spent all my childhood eating Goa sausages. Whether it was mum cooking it at home or looking for a small joint in the by lanes of Goa that served it. There’s just something about this meat dish that makes it so popular!
Reliving my childhood memories, I experimented with these deep red, flavoured sausage links and came about with two dishes.
Sharing the two recipes that are simple, quick and delicious indeed.
Sitting by the window sill, staring out and watching the raindrops as they fall with force to the ground only makes me more hungry. Next thing I know, I find myself in the kitchen experimenting with all the possible sauces I could find and voila…Wings-Oh-Yum came to life! These #MumbaiRains can really get you depressed and the only thing that makes me happy is good, comforting food. Why would I call ‘Buffalo wings’ as the perfect monsoon dish when you hear of people eating butta, pakodas and vada pavs? Well, because I like to be an outcast and dig into…