Baking · East meets West Fusion · Food · Glutenfree · Indian/Asian Cuisine · Reviews · Seasonal and Festival Foods · Uncategorized

Gluten Free Firecracker Spicy Rice and Paneer Canapé and Tilda Supper Club Review

  It only seems like yesterday that I was invited by Tilda to attend their supperclub  alongside other fabulous food writers and bloggers. Of course the wonderful meal was prepared by the Dazzling food writer and cookery personality  Mallika Basu queen of shortcuts and tricks :). Mallika based all the dishes from starters to mains using Tilda Rice. I’ve… Continue reading Gluten Free Firecracker Spicy Rice and Paneer Canapé and Tilda Supper Club Review

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Red Hot Sweet Chilli and Coriander Jam

Firstly let me point out that this isn’t they type of jam you would slather on toast and eat however, if you are one who can stand that amount of heat then for sure give it a go but please be cautioned. A couple of years ago I made my first jar of chilli jam… Continue reading Red Hot Sweet Chilli and Coriander Jam

Baking · Eggless · Food · Snacks · Uncategorized

Beetroot and Coconut Filo Parcels

Visiting my parents is usually a treat for me, why? Well my dad being the “green fingered man” he always sends me home with a variety of fruit,veg or herbs he has grown. This time round it was big juicy beetroot and when I say big they were BIG, whilst en route home my buzzing… Continue reading Beetroot and Coconut Filo Parcels

Baking · Cakes · Food · Snacks · Uncategorized

Cinnamon Banana Bread

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

Condiments · Food · Indian/Asian Cuisine · Snacks

Apple Chutney

There are so many varieties of apples which you can get all throughout the year which are used in many different ways in cooking and baking. I know of many houses who have apple trees growing in the garden and with the long summer we have had this year, it has been apples galore everywhere. Last… Continue reading Apple Chutney

Food · Indian/Asian Cuisine · Slimming world · Snacks · Uncategorized

Pitta Pav bhaji

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