Purple Carrot Halwa

Carrot or Gajar ka Halwa is one of the most comforting Indian desserts made during the winter season. It is a carrot based sweet milk pudding eaten all over India. … Continue reading Purple Carrot Halwa

Khatta Dhokla

Dhokla is a savoury steamed cake that is widely eaten for breakfast or tea-time snack in the western state of Gujarat in India. There are typically 2 common forms of … Continue reading Khatta Dhokla

Beetroot Paratha

I have a lot of beetroot at home so I was pondering on ideas on how I could use it. I thought of paratha (a spiced and flavoured flatbread) as … Continue reading Beetroot Paratha

Non-Fried Red Pepper Falafel

Falafel is a widely eaten across the Middle-Eastern as a snack or in a wrap. Traditionally, they are deep-fried balls made of chickpeas ground with a blend of herbs and … Continue reading Non-Fried Red Pepper Falafel

Sweet Baked Mathri

Mathri is a flaky biscuit from the north-west region of India. It can be made either sweet or savoury. I stumbled upon a live session on Instagram hosted by Chef … Continue reading Sweet Baked Mathri

Eggless Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are widely eaten as a sweet snack across Europe and America. They can be made with eggs or without. I have been craving Cinnamon Rolls for a while … Continue reading Eggless Cinnamon Rolls

Methi and Chilli Paratha

Paratha (a spiced and flavoured flatbread) is yet another staple in Indian households made with a whole wheat flour base. I chose to make fenugreek (methi) and chilli flavoured dough. … Continue reading Methi and Chilli Paratha

Red Lentil Crepe

Here is a healthy option for breakfast or evening snack with a slight twist. I have always made savoury crepes (chila) and eaten it with Coriander and Mint Chutney. However, … Continue reading Red Lentil Crepe

Tagliatelle Alfredo

Traditional Alfredo is a white sauce made from butter, cream and parmesean cheese. I used to make a lot of Alfredo sauce in university and this time I thought why … Continue reading Tagliatelle Alfredo

Methi Khakra

Khakra is a common teatime snack eaten in Indian households. I have always been a fan of eating store bought khakra so I thought, why not try making it myself? … Continue reading Methi Khakra

Amaranth Cookies with Popped Amaranth

Here is my second quick under 30 minutes cookies recipe made with amaranth flour and topped with popped amaranth. Amaranth (or Rajgira in Hindi) is such a wholesome and nutritious … Continue reading Amaranth Cookies with Popped Amaranth