When it comes to sandwiches I’m very picky and thats purely because A) I’m vegetarian B) choices for vegetarian sandwiches are quite limited and if it looks good it doesn’t always taste good. Yes I’m talking about readymade sandwiches. Many times I’ve purchased a carrot, hummous and salad sandwich or falafel sandwich only to find… Continue reading Spiced Paneer and Beetroot Sandwich in a Pickled Onion Bloomer using English Provender Proper Pickle
Breads… Soft, Crusty, savoury, sweet, filled or just a simple loaf is my biggest weakness. During my travels I love to explore small bakeries to see what they have to offer. I’m intrigued by the variety of breads and flavours, one of my favourites being a good old sour dough and a few trials later… Continue reading Garlic Chutney, Chilli and Coriander tear and share Bread Ring
Bread is definitely one of my weaknesses especially when it’s infused or has a variety of ingredients blended in. What about you, do you love bread like I do? If so then this one is a keeper, a blend of roasted cumin, fresh corriander and spicy chilli just to give it a slight kick. Honestly… Continue reading Mexican cascabel chilli and garlic swirl bread with cumin, and fresh coriander.
The sun is beaming, flowers are blooming, a light breeze blowing the trees, kids are playing and adults enjoying a lovely natter, just the kind of therapy we all need during Easter holidays. We are blessed with the presence of beautiful sunny spells especially when it comes to entertaining the kids, what better than to… Continue reading Easter Lemon, Ginger and Cardamom Hot Cross Buns
This is a special post because today is the seventh annual World Autism Awareness Day a life long developmental disability characterised by impairments in social communication, social interaction and thought process.To find out more about Autism please visit National Autistic Society and HACS In 2012 the word “Baking” took to another level when it became a… Continue reading World Autism Awareness Day and Baking with kids: Home made Pizza Dough
What do I do with a bunch of over ripe bananas? Well for the past couple of years I have been using them to bake banana bread my personal twist of adding spice.About two years ago I came across a banana nut bread recipe in Peyton and Byrne British Baking recipe book which looked quite… Continue reading Cinnamon Banana Bread
Pav bhaji is a well known Maharastrian street food originating in mumbai india but due to its popularity it is now found in indian restaurants worldwide. The original Pav Bhaji is made using a lot of butter which brings out the beauty of this dish and although I enjoy eating this dish it can be… Continue reading Pitta Pav bhaji