Dutch Baby Pancakes

Dutch Baby Pancakes | Playful Cooking

For several years now, I have gawked and drooled at several Dutch pancakes in Pinterest. While the recipes always looked easy, I was somehow intimated. I was worried that it won’t puff up and all my sweat would go waste. So, even though it’s almost as easy as pancakes, something that I make quite often, it took me quite a while to prepare Dutch baby pancakes.

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Spaghetti With Kale And Ricotta

Spaghetti With Kale and Ricotta | Playful Cooking

Satisfy your pasta desire with this creamy yet light, guilt-free, Spaghetti With Kale And Ricotta. It’s a complete weeknight meal which gets prepared in less than 15 minutes. We eat spaghetti quite often and we mostly prefer it light. So, this kale and ricotta spaghetti left us completely sated, quite effortlessly.

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Celebrating 7th Wedding Anniversary

Celebrating 7th Wedding Anniversary |Playful Cooking

We met 10 years back. Became friends, fell in love, got married and made a family. It’s been the best 10 years of my life and I feel so blessed. Yesterday, we celebrated our 7th anniversary at 17 Miles Drive and it was so much fun. Most importantly, our little fella enjoyed it thoroughly! He behaved the entire time. No tantrums! If you have been following my Instagram stories, you must have seen some glimpses. The day was sunny and the entire day was spent soaking up the sun.

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Sarso Ka Saag (Mustard Greens Curry)

Sarso Ka Saag (Mustard Greens Curry) | Playful Cooking

The very first time I ate Sarso Ka Saag (Mustard Greens Curry) was in a restaurant. My friend had ordered it. I went with the typical chicken butter masala. I was not much of a food fanatic. And used to order only those dishes that I was acquainted with. My friend, being a Punjabi, couldn’t pass sarso ka saag. And as expected, she paired it with makki ki roti. When the food arrived, my facial expression offended my friend a little. To me, it looked like blob of green with yellow rubber-like breads. I was so ignorant back then. I did take a couple bites but was not too impressed.

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Strawberry Chia Compote

Strawberry Chia Compote | Playful Cooking

The light was beautiful and I had a plan for next day breakfast, so I decided to just go with the flow. Although it was not the best day to take out my camera as the little man was home, but those strawberries looked gorgeous and I was eager to photograph this super simple compote. And I sure did take a little many shots. Does the world really need another recipe of strawberry compote? I don’t know, but I tell you what, if you haven’t added chia seeds in your compote before, change that! Chia seeds on any fruit compote just make the texture so much better.

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