Ragi is not everyone’s favourite ingredient. Don’t even know how to describe its flavour sometimes. Saw dust? But over the years, I’ve learned to appreciate what it offers and my tastebuds absolutely love it!! No jokes, but before I left India, I would have a big bowl of ragi porridge everyday. It’s one of those […]
Last blog posted was exactly a month ago. I apologise but it’s awfully difficult when you’re working out your butt in a kitchen for hours and then have to travel hours to get back home. But all this ends because I’m done with Le Cordon Bleu. It was an amazing learning experience but I can’t […]
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 […]
Jain Farm Fresh have come out with a new product- Strawberry pulp and I loved it. You can never get tired of strawberries and I will eat it everyday if given the chance.
I have a created a whole bunch of easy recipes that even someone who never enters the kitchen can try. You can check them out on their website.
Here’s a French rustic pie oozing with the strawberry pulp. Perfect for a hot summer afternoon!
If you’re wondering what to serve your unexpected guests this festive season, these petite French butter cakes will do their magic.
Crisp on the oustide and spongy on the inside, it’s a perfect accompaniment to your afternoon cup of tea.
So say hello to my White Chocolate Cinnamon Madeleines, a simple yet delicious treat!
Season Greetings to you all! 🙂
Before I’m off for some family fun time this weekend, here’s a festive recipe that will keep you warm and merry.
Growing up on eggnog as a kid, made me experiment a little this Christmas. I’ve baked it with some broken cashews and a spike of whiskey in my little biscuit cups.
So simple and delicious indeed!
Do give my Cashew Eggnog Biscuits Cups a shot! 🙂
YES. Breads have always intimidated me. How much is too much? What if it doesn’t rise in time? But then, I realized one day that there’s nothing like eating hot, homemade bread and that’s when it all began.
Ciabatta being my current favourite especially in this weather. You’ve got to try it!!