The past few weeks have been pretty rough but on the flip side I have had a smile on my face for all the great things that have happened such as recipe being published in A Year of Cake by Clandestine Cake Club, recipe in The Daily Telegraph and being given a bag or three full of foodie goodies… Continue reading Lemon Curd, Ginger and White Chocolate Cardamom Cake
Coconut ladoos, an all time favourite and nothing quite beats the versatility of these creamy, nutty and delicious round balls. One of many Indian mithai’s welcomed by many and the great thing about them is they are so quick and easy to prepare. Easter is just a couple of days away and homes must be… Continue reading Cardamom, Lime and Coconut Easter Ladoos
One for me, one for you, one for me, one for you, oh ok you can have as many as you like. Oh yes I am continuing with my dessert posts for the festive season and this one is surely not to miss. Do you like profiteroles? Are you someone who is not afraid of… Continue reading Saffron and Cardamom Infused Profiteroles Smothered in Chocolate Cointreau Sauce
Cheesecakes are such classic but elegant desserts and with so many varieties available you are spoilt for choice. I have experimented with varieties of egg less cheesecakes and this gulab jamun cheesecake idea came to my head when preparing a meal plan for dinner I hosted on Saturday. Searching through on the Internet… Continue reading White Chocolate,Orange and Gulab Jamun Cheesecake
To add to the Christmas chilli hamper that I prepare every year with a selection of jam’s, chutney’s, mature cheese and savoury crackers, I went for this combination of chutney this time to get a sweet, tangy and spicy flavour. The gorgeous beetroot’s and carrots were the last roots remaining from my dad’s garden, so to turn them into this… Continue reading Chilli, Beetroot and Carrot Chutney with a Tamarind Twist.
Yes the title does read Meetha Paan Cupcakes but seriously don’t be alarmed as it is a tried, tested and cherished sensation. Paan is a mouth freshener made with the preparation of betel leaf in combination with other ingredients and tobacco. Paan is commonly chewed in Asia and countries where Asian population is present. In… Continue reading Meetha Paan Cupcakes
Wow the last few days have surely been so busy .Last month I submitted this recipe of mine into the Clandestine Cake Club competition for The Cake and Bake Show which is happening this weekend. A couple of weeks ago I received an email saying my recipe made into the final 10 and I had… Continue reading Cardamom infused lime and coconut cake with white chocolate ganache