Almost drunken almond biscotti

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  Hello! Sakshi’s heavenly besan ka halwa is a tough act to follow! But, I am going to try. Everyone I know is heaving a sigh of relief. Why? Didn’t you hear, spring… Continue reading

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Besan ka halwa~ a Navaratri special

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What does home remind you of, especially on occasions like festivals? Expat friends often talk about food. So, today we are sharing a warm, fuzzy recipe that embodies that nostalgia. It’s like a… Continue reading

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Garden pasta with balsamic garlic chicken

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Have you ever felt trapped…by weather, I mean? I feel like that, and have for the past month or so. Ever since our return from India in late January, the snow has been… Continue reading

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Mandarin Apple Cake

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Everything is better with cake! At least in my world it is. It had to be a cake then to ring in the new year. Upside down cakes, with apples and pears have… Continue reading

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The Tea companion: Whole Wheat Biscuits

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Biscuits are my favourite tea time snack. And, tea is the perfect drink to awaken the senses and refresh the mind. No wonder then, that my day begins with a cup of tea… Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Noodle Salad & Chicken Tenders

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Hello! The silence on this space has been very long and eerie. Sorry about that folks. But I am back and hopefully this recipe will give you some ideas about how to make… Continue reading

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Rajma Bean burgers

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Rajma is a classic North IndianΒ entrΓ©. Served with basmati rice, yogurt, pappadum, salad and achar, it’s the kind of Sunday meal that ends in a dream, literally! Considering our love for rajma, I… Continue reading

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Chickpea & Chicken Tajine

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  Tajine is a way of cooking that gets its name from the earthenware utensil used to cook it. This style of cooking is popular in northern Africa, especially Morocco and you will… Continue reading

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Chaat hors d’oeuvres

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Why call it chaat hors d’oeuvres? Good question! Simply because it sounds good πŸ™‚ But otherwise, chaat is a delicious, spicy, tangy, sweet and saltine blast of flavours that gets the gastronomical juices… Continue reading

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3 herb Pesto with a difference

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  There are days when making a meal can feel cumbersome. It’s just too much effort. For those days the availability of fresh herbs and some pasta is a god sent. For me,… Continue reading

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