Spare some time and you can make the simplest thing at home that’ll cost you nothing but a couple of ingredients you may already have in your refrigerator and pantry. What are we waiting for? Let’s get curdling! Ricotta Cheese to Paneer The Ingredients 4 cups Full Fat Milk 3 tablespoons of vinegar or lemon juice *Note: This will yield approximately 150g of ricotta or … Continue reading Let’s get curdling!
Whilst living in Bangalore years ago, I learned how to make one of my favorite chutneys from Sheela. Then, I bought and fell in love with the pressure cooker thanks to her too! The combination of the two things I love has led me to create this lamb staple in our home! Mint Chutney Lamb Stew The Ingredients For the mint chutney 200 g Greek … Continue reading Lamb staple in our home!
I didn’t want to attend a dinner party empty handed last night and was very keen to challenge myself at baking my first ever vegan cake for the hosts! So, to accompany the delicious vegan dinner, I made this lovely, aromatic and very moist cake. Lemon, Rosemary & Blueberry Vegan Cake The Ingredients For the cake 100ml vegetable oil, plus extra for the tin 275g … Continue reading Lovely, aromatic and very moist!
So I made this delicious dip earlier and thought, “I’ve still got quite a bit of it. What else can I create?” As I googled, I stumbled upon biggerbolderbaking.com with Gemma Stafford that got me inspired to give this recipe of mine a try. Whilst the bars didn’t end up as crunchy, possibly because it lacks in high content of sugar, but quite honestly, I … Continue reading Soft, savory and a tad sweet!
Honestly, cooking a vegetarian meal in my household can be quite tricky as my better half prefers to have meat. But, I gave it a go anyway! Luckily, albeit not as creamy as I had in mind, we both enjoyed it till the last fusilli! (FYI, not in one serving, of course!) Whole-wheat Fusili with Butternut Pumpkin and Cashew Sauce The Ingredients 500 g Whole-wheat … Continue reading Enjoyed it till the last fusilli!
I’m not a vegetarian but a good friend of ours is and we oftentimes talk about food even though I’m a total carnivore. So, a huge thanks to Sunny for the inspiration, I ended up making a kind of hummus but with cashew nuts and it turned out great! Butternut Pumpkin and Cashew Dip The Ingredients 500 g cashew nuts, soaked 700 g butternut pumpkin … Continue reading A kind of hummus but with cashew nuts!
Not too long ago, our friends, Simon and Andrea, visited us with their munchkins from Switzerland. During their stay, on one evening, I made this for dinner. It was a real hit with everyone including the kids! Since it was so simple and the kids really enjoyed it, Andrea asked if I could share the recipe. So, here it is! Fusilli with Spinach and Ricotta … Continue reading A real hit with everyone including the kids!
Initially, I bought the chicken thighs alongside a tray of drumsticks to make Oven Fried Chicken for a pool party over the weekend. But the weather turned out not so great. So, I decided to make two different meals on two separate nights. Last night, I made Garlic & Whole Grain Mustard Chicken with Yukon Gold Potato Wedges that came out crispy on the outside and succulently juicy … Continue reading Crispy on the outside and succulently juicy on the inside!
So, it turns out, my recipe yesterday was rather Indian inspired and tastes somewhat like Tandoori. Since I had leftovers, I decided to give it a more Tandoori blend. I kicked it up a notch with a few more ingredients and made a main meal out of it! I’ve also learnt from a Keralan friend that it tastes better to cook it in a pan … Continue reading Kicked it up a notch!
The first time I made this, I got many different reactions from brain, chicken or ‘What is that?’ Well, it is actually cauliflower! I stumbled upon a recipe that looked so simple and interesting and gave it a shot! The result was divine even with my tiny spin on the original recipe. If you don’t believe it, try making it yourself! It’s super easy! Spiced … Continue reading Brain, chicken or what?