Jamun Crumble

Summer is almost here and the fruit of the Gods take over this season. I have honestly never been a fan of jamuns but after trying out Jain Farm Fresh’s Frozen Jamun Pulp, I think I can finally eat this fruit.
I decided to go all healthy and created a simple yet delicious dessert.
Hope you guys enjoy it!!

Strawberry Galette

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!

Upside-Down Apple Cinnamon Cake

With few more weeks of winter left, here’s a wonderfully moist and crumbly cake that you wouldn’t want to miss out on. Apple and Cinnamon are two ingredients you can never go wrong with.
Why don’t you try it out in your kitchen?

Old Monk Fig Almond Cake

If you love Old Monk, you’re in big, big trouble. It’s not just a drink for die hard fans but more of an attachment. It has given me so many memories that I will cherish forever. So it was no surprise using it in my cake.
A warm, boozy cake perfect for this weather. Do try it out!

Bacon Brownie Cake

Start the new year with this sinfully sweet-salty bacon brownie cake that will make fall in love with this beautiful ingredient all over again.
It’s simple and can be made in a jiffy.
Do try it out!

White Chocolate Cinnamon Madeleines

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! 🙂

The Night Market Festival+Root to Fruit Menu at The Fatty Bao

2016 has almost come to an end. It’s been quite an eventful year in terms of what the restaurant scene has offered and the Fatty Bao has been one such restaurant that has always made me come back for more. This time they have raised the bars in style and take you to Asia, letting you get the whole feeling of what a night market is all about there. Lit up with fairy lights and acoustic music played in the background, the year-end, big, bang festival inspired by the diverse street food grills and night market delicacies from across East…