• No Bake Eggless Chocolate Marie Biscuit CondensedMilk Pudding

    Marie biscuits dipped in milk and layered with cocoa condensed milk mixture. An easy and simple no bake recipe, which you can whip up in less than 15 minutes. Ingredients are easily available. Kids will just love this yummy chocolate pudding.

  • Omelette roll stuffed with cashew cilantro paste (Egg pinwheels)

    Omelet roll stuffed with the cashew, coriander and coconut paste. An easy snack that you can whip up and serve guest quickly.

  • Mango Milk Shake/Smoothie (Without Yogurt)

     Mangoes taste so good and they are also healthy. A quite simple and delicious mango shake recipe using mango pulp which you can easily whip up at home.

  • Caramel Apple Trifle Pudding

    Inspired from Nirmala’s Caramel Apple n Pecan Trifle with some minor tweaks. A very very delicious pudding!! It is full of all the flavors you love when you mix caramel, apples, spices and vanilla pudding. A super duper easy one!

  • Potato Chicken Casserole

    Chicken and veggies combined in simple white sauce and cooked in baked potato bed!

  • 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.

  • Fresh Corn Soup.

    It was corn season time in Bangalore and I so badly wanted to get this right. My previous attempts with corn weren’t that great, especially the sweet corn chicken soup. Almost all the corn based recipes used canned, pre cooked corns and that’s so much a deterrent for me. I wanted to use the fresh corn you get roadside. And then I came across David Lebovitz’s adaptation to this soup. This is pretty easy to make and once done stays for 4-5 days building up the flavor. My adaption was sweeter than I anticipated but I used a bit of soy sauce with every serving to get around it. If corn’s cheap in you area, this serves well! Some day I’ll add bacon to this 🙂

  • Indian chai / tea

    This Indian chai is fav among a ton of my American friends. Every time I make this for someone, they look at me like an Illy barista. I feigned authority over this for a long time, but time to reveal the secret. A lot of this has to do with tea the powder that is typically the same flavor as Englis

  • Chicken and Cheddar Souffle

    This recipe is adapted from foodnetwork.com. Chicken and veggies are combined in a simple white sauce thickened with egg yolks and a flavorful cheese. Stiffly beaten egg whites bring in fluffy texture.

  • Chocolate Truffle Cake

    Moist, rich and dense Chocolate cake!! I prepared it for my nephew’s bday and it was a big hit 🙂 It takes bit long time to prepare but definitely worth the effort. Adapted from http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Chocolate-Truffle-Cake