Floral Fondant Anniversary Cakes

Over the weekend, I got a call for an order of a couple of anniversary cakes. This client was very easy to work with. She wanted something floral on a white background, she was also okay with me using fresh flowers if I was short on time. It was very short notice since she needed…

Pancakes for breakfast!!!

Every now and then when my husband and I have the day off and can afford sleeping in and having a late breakfast, one of the things I whip up are some pancakes. This is a recipe that I saw on one of the episodes of a Nigella cooking show, I can’t remember which one….

Bombay Street Food Special !!!

Bombay, now known as Mumbai, is popular for the variety of street food that it offers. There is something out there for everybody. You fined a lot of streets lined with little stalls selling a wide range of yummy stuff. This street food is hard to resist and the aromas that you are treated to,…

Date Rolls

Typically, I make date rolls around Christmas time. They make a lovely addition to the Christmas platter. But these little rolls are really good any other time of the year as well. This recipe is also ideal for those watching their sugar intake – simply leave out the sugar from the dough recipe and the…

Gaajar ka Halwa

Gaajar ka Halwa, Carrot (Gaajar) Halwa or Carrot Pudding is a very popular dessert in India. There are loads of recipes you will find being using to whip this up. Some serve it warm, some serve it cold, some recipes will result in a richer version, but I’d like to think of mine as a…

Prawn Chilly Fry with Coriander Speckled Rice

Folks, one of my fondest childhood food memories is when my Mommy used to whip up this Prawn Chilly Fry with Coriander Speckled Rice for us. I ♥ prawns in any form and in the days to come, I will share a few more of my prawn recipes with you. I have wanted to try…

Coconut Pancakes

Those of you who’ve been following this blog, know that I love coconut. Today, I’m going to share with you one of my all time favorites, the coconut pancake. From what I know, the coconut pancake has its roots in Goan cuisine. It uses Goan jaggery which is a lovely sweetener and is much healthier…