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Mango Hummann

I don't know if this falls in the dessert category. To me, this is sometimes an entire meal, a snack or sometimes a dessert. It is sweet, spicy, and tangy. This is my most favourite dish from my childhood. Every time I have this, it takes me back right to my childhood. Its a spicy,… Continue reading Mango Hummann


Chocolate Strawberry Hand Pies

These are my latest obsession. These palm-sized closed pies are loaded with delicious fresh strawberries and lots of chocolate chips- a mix of milk chocolate and dark chocolate. The pie crust bakes to a golden brown buttery perfection that melts in your mouth. They're amazing to eat hot, right out of the oven with the cooked… Continue reading Chocolate Strawberry Hand Pies


Chatpata Papad Churi Masala

I fell in papad churi when I had it in a Dhaba nearby. Its basically double fried papad. They're deep-fried first and then tempered with chat masala and chilli powder. ITs very simple to make. They taste great as it is, or with parathas and pulaos. Recipe: Lijjat papad- 2, broken into pieces. Chat masala-… Continue reading Chatpata Papad Churi Masala


Banoffee Crepes

Who doesn't love banoffee? Banoffee was my second post on this blog. Looking back at these last couple of months, I don't think I have enjoyed cooking more. I love sharing recipes and it helps me stay motivated to be more creative. This dish is one such! It starts with a basic crepe! And then… Continue reading Banoffee Crepes


Sesame Mushroom Spring Rolls with Chilli Dipping Sauce

This is one of my most favourite deep fried snack. Its one of those dishes you can eat even when you're not hungry.  The best part about this spring roll is the spring roll sheet. Its made from scratch and the recipe could not get any easier. Its really crispy, but It does not absorb… Continue reading Sesame Mushroom Spring Rolls with Chilli Dipping Sauce


Fish Cutlets

What I look for in a fish cutlet- The proportion of fish should be higher than the potatoes. The fish should be very flavourful and should be super crunchy on the outside and juicy and moist inside. This recipe gives exactly that. I have used Anchovies here, mainly because the fish flavour will not get… Continue reading Fish Cutlets


Malai Prawn Tikka

I love Malai anything. There is something about the white marinade. Looks so mild and delicate, but is packed with flavour. The resulting dish is mostly very creamy and leaves you wondering what adds to the creaminess. Most often, its cooked onion or cashews that do the job. Sometimes its even almonds or poppy seeds.… Continue reading Malai Prawn Tikka