You need nothing more than a food processor, maple syrup, cocoa powder, coconut milk, vanilla extract and chocolate chips, which you could technically leave out if you wanted – but why would you want to?
Cardamom Cake with Saffron Icing is a cake full of crunch and flavors in each bite. The toasted almonds balance the flavors with its crunchiness. This cake is a eternal love affair of saffron and cardamom with crunchiness of toasted almonds.
This spinach and red pepper dip is filled with only nutritional ingredients, and it’s super tasty! Served cold, so you can make this dip ahead and have it ready for whenever the “hunger” strikes. Enjoy it with some veggies or chips!
These BBQ chicken wings have been ‘Indianified & Asianified’ a bit as it’s versatile to suite almost anyone’s pallet. These chicken wings are a perfect side dish or you could have them for lunch and dinner.
This is one of the easiest pudding recipes I have ever tried. A typical no-brainer – I wonder whether that is the reason this dessert is called “Fool”? Jokes apart, a fool is an English dessert, where a custard is folded in with fruit puree.
Did someone say fudge chocolate cookies? Oh yes, right, that was me…This is what I made to have as a pick me up (sometimes we all need some sweet comfort food in our lives), and it was just to die for!
If you’ve travelled to Dubai or the States and tried P.F Changs you might have tasted their famous dynamite shrimp starter. I was having such a craving for these recently and decided to create the PF Changs inspired dynamite shrimp starter.
For those who love baking and looking for something unusual, this biscuit recipe is something different and an old favourite of ours that my mom makes. It has become something of a trademark of hers in the family.