Pesto Pull-Apart Bread is one of our favourite fun bread! No slicing needed, just pull apart and enjoy with your choice of dipping sauce or soup. The texture of the bread is soft and just perfect!
Cauliflower Soup is a sublime silky soup that I can go for all year round and not just on cold days. Sometimes, I roast the cauliflower, and somedays I let it slow simmer with few herbs and spices. To make it extra special, I drizzle the soup with brown butter crispy sage.
Mildly crispy on the esges, but chewy inside, these Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are a favorite all year round. With the flavors of brown sugar, vanilla and a hint of cinnamon, these cookies got the best flavor and texture. Plus, did I say it’s SUPER EASY to make? Just a pan, and a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula is all you need.
Make your Indian curry making experience easy and effortless with this Indian Curry Paste. This curry paste is basic but has all the foundation flavor notes an Indian curry calls for. It is easy to make and comes very handy on busy days.
Stir fried shrimp is one of my fav seafood appetizers! It’s super quick, very easy and you can change it up by adding different variety of spices every time. With zingy Lemon Aioli, this stir-fried shrimp turns into finger licking good.
Deviled Eggs are one of those evergreen appetizers! It’s favorite for Easter Brunch, always a hit at Summer Picnic and equally great for Holiday parties too. Unless you dislike eggs, changes are you go straight for that plate and grab one or two before it all goes away.
Crunchy bread filled with cheamy pasta, these Mac and Cheese Bread Bites are delicious and addictive! You cannot stop at one. With a glass of fizzy drink, Maille Dijon Originale dip on the side, and some salad, these Mac and Cheese Bread Bites is a great appetizer. Most importantly adult love these just as much as kids!
If you enjoy baking bread than you will definitely enjoy Sourdough Bread baking. First of all, it requires no kneading at all. And if you follow all the steps, you will find it easy. It does need time and it is this long time that helps to strengthen the gluten, making the texture of the sourdough bread so much better. And healtier!
Make you stay home/quarantine meal situation easy and fun with this quick Baked Eggs that I have shown 3 different ways to flavor up. You don’t have to restrict to it, and this will give you an idea how to treat baked eggs as a lovely blank canvas. Needs few key ingredients, about 5 minutes of prep time and 15 to 17 minutes of baking time.
This Turkish Eggs with Mustard and Curry Leaves is a fun Indian twist to the ever so delicious Turkish Eggs. I make this quite often on busy days and pretty much lick the bowl clean. It’s that good. Make sure to have some crusty bread of your choice.
Crispy thin and mildly sweet, this Fuljhuri Pitha is a famous sweet dish from Bangladesh. It’s extremely moreish and tough to stop at just one. You will find yourself reaching out for more. A great teatime snack and kids love it too! In South India it’s called Achappam and Rose Cookies in other places! Scandinavian traditional Rosette Cookies are extremely similar, except they dip the warm cookies in sugar and cinnamon just like churros.