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.
Crispy spice coated baked smashed potatoes along with some boiled eggs and boiled peas! It makes a great appetizer with some chill drinks or enjoy it as a meal with grilled meat or veggies. It’s extremely effortless and a great way to use baby potatoes.
Crispy outside and marshmallow like inside, pavlovas are such a perfect dessert idea when you want to wow your family or guests with very less effort. Serve with whipped cream and fresh fruits for a quick dessert. But if you have some time in hand, try with this berry and cherry thyme compote. Floral flavor and not overly sweet with a gorgeous color! Mini Pavlova with fruit and thyme compote is a great summer treat loved by anybody who has a sweet tooth. It’s a small batch and makes just 5 mini pavlovas.
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 Crunchy Salad is a high pile of thinly sliced vegetables tossed in an ultra simple dressing. It’s so easy to put together that you can even make it for parties. Best part is that it stays really good for hours without showing any discoloration. It’s a versatile salad that can be served in several ways. I have shown you here along with a video, 4 different ways to enjoy this Crunchy Salad. With the spring vibe already in the air, this salad might become my go to recipe.
Make your donut craving guilt free by trying these soft and delicious Baked Donuts. It’s not only tasty but also really easy and comes together super quickly. It’s makes a small batch of just 8 mini donuts which is perfect portion control and perfect for kid’s too. I glazed few with sugar icing and left the rest just dusted in cinnamon and sugar. With a cup of coffee, it’s absolute happiness!
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.
Shakshuka is a one-pot Middle Eastern flavor packed baked egg dish that is usually served for breakfast with pita on the side. It’s a very comforting meal and a favorite to all egg lovers. As much as I relish the original authentic version of the dish, I occasionally like to add a fun little twist. A few days’ back, I made it with Indian spices and threw in some baby spinach too. This Indian Spiced Spinach Shakshuka has an intense depth of flavor and spinach adds an interesting texture to the whole dish.
Drizzle a little ghee, top it with eggs, crack some black pepper on it and turn this Mixed Vegetable Savory Oatmeal into a healthy indulgence. This warm bowl of creamy oatmeal is sure to cozy you up inside out and keep your tummy filled till lunch hour. It’s healthy, nutritious and takes about 15 minutes to prepare.
I have never been a morning person and so, the weekday breakfast is mostly toast and oats. Unless, it’s a weekend or a special day that calls for a special breakfast! I have a round up of 20 breakfast recipes that could help you this Valentines day. A little boost of color on the breakfast plate helps to kick-start the special day in the most positive way. The best part is that none of these take a lot of time!
A messy kitchen counter, flour everywhere, including my hair, gummy hands, super sticky rolling pin plus board and a frustrated me. There was either too much water or too much flour, every single time! I just couldn’t get the ratio right and hated all the gluey clutter it made. A complete chaos and the end result were barely edible. For a very long time, I served something close to papadam in the name of roti or paratha. The entire process was too tough for me. Now imagine my situation when I got ambitious and planned to prepare stuffed paratha. As far…
Have u ever met anyone who doesn't like Tiramisu? Well, I haven't. Long back, I had shared a recipe of Strawberry Tiramisu. There was no coffee in it, just filled with lots of juicy strawberries. Along with the recipe, I also shared how and where I had my first bite of Tiramisu. Ever since the first bite, I fell in love with this dessert and till date, I can never get enough of it. It's now my favorite dessert.