These jam biscuits have been one of my new favourites. I’ve only just blogged it but have made this a few times and they have been just as good every time! It is super quick and easy to make with ingredients likely sitting in your pantry. The recipe a combination of a basic biscuit containing … Continue reading Jam Biscuits
There is nothing like eating fresh bread and this long weekend was an opportunity for me to experiment with some bread making. I was inspired by watching Masterchef Australia and Phillippa Grogan’s bread making technique! I was happy this bread required minimal kneading and tasted just as good. If you are looking for a great … Continue reading Walnut and Cinnamon Loaf
After a long break of moving house and getting myself inspired again to cook my favourite foods, I thought it was only right to start with something sweet. Puran Poli is an Indian sweet roti made with chana daal and jaggery and served with a generous dollop of ghee. It can be eaten as a … Continue reading Puran Poli
After my first attempt at making pho, here is my version of Vegan Pho. For those who have not heard of Pho before: Pho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles (bánh phở) and fresh herbs. Traditionally meat based, Pho Chay is the vegetarian version eaten widely across Vietnam. I’ve always enjoyed Vietnamese … Continue reading Vegan Pho (Pho Chay)
Lately, I have been taking inspiration of Asian food from this cookbook titled East by Meera Sodha. This recipe as described in the book is a deconstructed version of saag paneer. I am usually not a fan of salad as I find them quite raw and bland. But this recipe had all ingredients cooked (apart … Continue reading Paneer, Spinach and Tomato Salad
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