Are you bored of the usual bread pudding recipes on Google? The dessert is something I prepare when the bread at home is going stale. But this time, I decided to add a twist!
How about adding blueberries to the mix? Blueberries have made an appearance in pies, cheesecakes, muffins, cakes or turned into coulis, compotes, and jams. I was a bit skeptical at first but decided to give it a try. Continue reading “Simple Blueberry Bread Pudding”
Hareera (almond milk) is a recipe passed to me by my grandmother. It’s a drink that reminds me of vacations in India. The number of ingredients that go into it is vast and the preparation process is given utmost importance to ensure that taste remains the same every time. Continue reading “Hareera (Almond Milk)”
It’s no surprise that restaurants with the
crazy and overhyped most innovative desserts do better than others. Enter freakshakes, milk cakes, and all sweets that require you to pour chocolate fudge/caramel on them. I’m not against them at all and agree that I’ve had my fair share of molten chocolate cakes all my life (they’re really my weakness!) Continue reading “Are you walking towards a sweet and short future?”
I love one pan/ pot dishes. Our home is a regular abode for friends and relatives every weekend so these dishes serve as a wonderful way to serve all. We’ve picked up a few recipes from the past years and stuck on to them, one of them being Shepherd’s Pie. Potatoes, minced meat, and veggies are thrown in a good tomato sauce and everyone’s happy. But what really makes us happier is cheese. Therefore, an addition of cheese was necessary. Continue reading “Cheddar Shepherd’s Pie: Easy and So Flavorful”
I have a great recipe for Indian Style Chicken Marinade that I recently discovered. I’ve been cooking a lot lately and recipe testing for the website which is ironic since I haven’t been posting much. Thing is, people usually think that it’s just a recipe to prepare but there are lots of chores that go behind the scenes. Shooting and styling the food, editing pictures, and only then uploading it to the website along with the recipe. The process takes hours or even a couple of days for each recipe. Continue reading “Indian Style Chicken Marinade”
Apart from the well-known name tag, Radisson Blu Abu Dhabi is what you’d call a simple way to enjoy life’s little pleasures. Continue reading “Staying at Radisson Blu, Abu Dhabi”
I’ve been down with the flu and that has left me with no tastebuds for the time being. Eating is not really on my mind at this time, but to keep hunger away I do need to get into the kitchen to prepare a thing or two.
This time I found myself making a vegan noodle bowl instead of the comforting soup that I normally opt for. This noodle bowl is super easy and leaves you feeling full as well. Like my usual recipes, this one is versatile too and you can add whatever you please. Continue reading “Quick Vegan Noodle Bowl”
Picturesque mountains, sandy beaches, wildlife reserves, shopping, food markets and more – traveling to South Africa is a delight for every traveler. No matter what age group you belong to, you’re sure to find something to do there. Continue reading “Traveling to South Africa: A Memorable Sojourn”
La Mer has joined the evergrowing places TO BE at Dubai. Our previous visit was to experience Masti – a progressive Indian venture. And this time we are trying SLAB.
Continue reading “Is SLAB worth its hype?”
I was sitting at a cafe and ordered a mojito for myself. The berry drink comes with a small test tube where liquid is poured to emit a smoky effect. This may not seem uncommon in Dubai, where terms such as “molecular gastronomy” are used in almost every restaurant. Continue reading “Are food theatrics getting old for Dubai?”