• Roasted Spicy Garlic Cashew nuts

    Sometime back when I was roomates with Deepthi, she used to treat us with Delinut Cashews. It was downright amazing. Think about it like the different pringles flavors, but for cashews. We’d finish half a kilo in a night trading office stories. These cashews were hard to get by. Deepthi got it from her hometown during her occasional visits. Fast forward 10 years and getting back home from a long day at work and then munching on something became a thing for us. Usually its Pringles and or some Indian snack like “mixture” that goes with tea. We binge on it catching up on the day. And as expected this got too unhealthy. That when I became nostalgic about the Delinut cashews. So I got me myself two pound of cashews. Roasted and sautéed the heaven out of it. All complete with the right amount of spices and garlic. You’ll love this recipe. We have it right on top of our refrigerator and they run out in a night. Thank me later.

  • Soul cakes

    Soul cakes are traditionally made on Halloween (two days before All Soul’s Day). These are mildly sweet, a bit spicy and topped with currants in the shape of a cross. This recipe is adapted from lavenderandlovage.com.

  • White chocolate, raisins and walnut cookies

    I got this recipe from Sunanda. Prepared these cookies for the Cookie swap party and came out really well!! Itz an easy recipe and they were moist,flavorful and crispy! In this recipe, you can replace raisins with dried cranberry and walnuts with macademia nuts.

  • Cheese and lettuce sandwich

    A simple cheese and lettuce sandwich

  • Choco banana pancake with coconut gratings

    This is dead simple and yummy snack. A twist on ordinary pancakes 🙂 Banana pancake we had from Phuket always tops my favorite list. And it inspired me to try this twisted one. Hope you will enjoy 🙂

  • Banana Fritters ( Pazham Pori )

    This is a traditional Kerala snack. Bananas coated with flour and fried. It won’t taste the same with any banana other than Kerala banana / Nenthram pazham.