Yes, you read that right. Beetroot brownies! And they are amazing!Continue reading “Beet Brownies”
I first ate figs sometime in my twenties, as part of a salad at some hotel brunch. Yeah, quite late in the day, I know 🙂 Till then I had only seem them used on international cooking shows like Top Chef, MasterChef and so on. I liked that it was sweet yet not overly so and had seen how versatile an ingredient it could be. However, I somehow never got around to buying them to cook or bake with, till last year. I decided to give it a whirl, and obviously started with a simple dessert. This fig & honey loaf just amps up a regular vanilla loaf and is worth adding to your repertoire.Continue reading “Fig & Honey Loaf”
We all love a good chocolate chip muffin, right? Tall, fluffy, soft on the inside, loaded with melty chocolate. What’s not to love? I say take that and switch it to whole wheat and add honey instead of sugar! Becomes a wee bit healthier, still as delicious and you can love it even more!Continue reading “Whole wheat choco-chip muffins”
I’m back with more potato recipes! This one is quick, easy and something I’ve discovered over the past five years or so.
I had initially known podi as the powder that is mixed with ghee/sesame oil and had with idlis and dosas. Then I realised, it is such a great flavour and texture bundle, that you can add it to so many more things to drive more deliciousness. Case in point : potatoes!Continue reading “Podi Aloo”
Apple pie is high on my to-bake list but I’m still battling my fear of dough (yes, I know it’s been a while, I’ll get there). So when we got a lot apples from farmers in Uttarakhand, I decided to get the pie feels without making the pie. Enter : Apple Crumble. Perfect for the rainy Bangalore weather, made even better with a splash of Bourbon 🙂Continue reading “Bourbon Apple Crumble”