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Dishes to Make This Christmas

Christmas is upon us and you’ve not zeroed in on the Christmas dishes yet? Don’t worry, we’re here with the easy-to-make foolproof dishes which will take care of everything. Special events demand special dishes. So, better start stocking up those exotic ingredients, fresh green veggies, and lastly lots and lots of cheese to have the best dishes on Xmas. We’ve selected a few ones which are simple to cook and won’t take much of your [...]Read More

Falafel - Key Ingredients

There are lot of commonalities between the Indian cuisine and the Middle Eastern cuisine. Both have a tradition of using herbs and spices and the dishes made in either of the region can be relished by the other. Falafel is one such dish made in the Middle East region which would go well for the Indian palate. Falafel is made with chick peas or chole along with herbs like coriander and parsley and spices like [...]Read More

Eggless Chocolate Cake

  Last time when I put up a chocolate cake, numerous people asked me to make a without egg variety as well. Keeping with the popular demand, today I made a cake in a microwave and that too without eggs. I’m sure a lot of you are waiting for this simple recipe. This Eggless Chocolate Cake goes well for any day dessert and can be made within minutes. Since it can be prepared so quickly, [...]Read More

May 29, 2014
Chocolate Cake

No celebration is complete without cakes. And when we talk of cakes, who can ignore the creamy, mouth-watering taste of a chocolate cake! But did you know that you can just as easily make an excellent chocolate cake at home? Yes, you can! Just follow this recipe and give your loved ones a sweet surprise! All you need is (makes about 1 kg cake) Maida – 1 cup Baking powder – 1 tsp Baking soda [...]Read More

Masala Oats

We all know oats are healthy. Regular use of oats helps in reducing cholesterol and blood pressure. They also give a good amount of dietary fibre and proteins. However, even though it is so healthy, generally the usage of oats is pretty less in the Indian context. One of the reasons I’ve heard from a lot of my friends is the regular oats are very bland and not good for Indian palate. Did you know [...]Read More


Pizza is of Italian origin, however is now very famous in India. There are well known fast food companies as well as local joints selling various types of pizza’s. It is basically a bread base topped up with pizza sauce, cheese along with vegetarian or non-vegetarian options. Pizza goes well in any of the main course and is a good option for something different. Rather than ordering from the market you could make the pizza [...]Read More

Chocolate Cupcakes

Its summer holidays for the kids and every mother is trying to find what new to do for them. The days remind me of my childhood, we used to get together with friends early mornings, play out for hours, come back, relax and enjoy the nice summer recipes my mom use to make. The times have changed now, and kids have many other avenues to spend time, different activities, getting creative, play areas, watching movies [...]Read More

Banana & Honey Pancakes

  It was a weekend today and I was longing for a filling and healthy breakfast. Although I love my Indian breakfast, I wanted something different today and I chose to have continental. What better than pancakes as they are filling and fairly healthy with honey and banana’s as the toppings. So my breakfast today was a glass of juice with Banana & Honey Pancakes, the adults were totally surprised and the kids loved them. The [...]Read More

Apple Banana Porridge

Porridge or dalia in the Indian context is made with broken wheat grains. It has been consumed for a long time in sweet or savory forms and gives good dietary proportions for various nutrients and fiber. It is also one of the quickest items to make in the kitchen and can be served in breakfast or even at main meals. It is very light in the preparation and gives a full stomach feeling for long. [...]Read More

Cajun Potatoes

I got introduced to Cajun Potatoes in one of my travels and I immediately fell in love with it. Since then I’ve made it a number of times and its now a constant demand from the friends who have tasted it. They just taste great and can be served in snacks, starters or breakfast. Cajun potatoes are made with baby potatoes baked nicely and need very basic other ingredients from home or for a more [...]Read More

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