Quiche Lorraine

Quick note: I’m doing a bit of work on the website, so it maybe down for a bit. I’m not particularly fond of quiche, especially vegetarian ones. But this summer, it was something I was really craving. Originally a Quiche Lorraine was made of eggs, cream and smoked bacon. It was only later that cheese…

Old Wild West

After an intense night of partying it up with friends of mine, I was in absolutely no mood to go taste different foods. Through intense rain, we traveled from one end of the city to check out Old Wild West, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel. Old Wild West gives you the feeling of being a part…

Cheesy French Toast

Back in college, I skip breakfast most days. So when I come home, I tend to make a meal out of it. Breakfast foods are probably one of my favorite ever! We even eat breakfast for dinner at home quite regularly. I don’t particularly like french toast, but when its cheese filled, I don’t mind…

Pancakes

Something I don’t get to eat a lot of are pancakes. And they are one of my favorite foods ever! I love waffles too, but since I dont have a waffle iron this works out very well as a substitute. The recipe I have used here is from Zoella’s blog however I have adapted it…

Brownies

A few nights ago I was craving brownies. Simple, chocolatey brownies. This is a recipe I found in the Leith’s Techniques Bible, but I switched it up a bit. It’s very easy, and very quick. You don’t even need an electric mixer. I just used a whisk and spatula and voila! For the Brownies: 110g…

Wedding Sugar Cookies

Last weekend I went for this fabulous wedding in Jaipur. The bride being a very close friend of mine. In India, one of the customs at the wedding is called sangeet. Close relatives of both the bride and groom prepare dances and dance at this “party”. Now a days, practicing before the sangeet has become…

Sugar Cookies

Instagram has been full of decorative sugar cookies. So I thought for the summer why not try making a bunch of them. However I decorate them though, my recipe for the cookies as well as the royal icing stays the same. My recipe for the icing is already up, I used it for the Skeleton…

Chicken and Quinoa Salad with Tomato Jam

I’m sorry I know its a been a long while since I last posted, but I really just haven’t had the time or the motivation. Sorry! Zaatar is something I absolutely love. You don’t get it very easily in India, and the flavours are quite different. I have a friend who went to Dubai last…

Jack-O-Lantern Cake

Well, it’s the last day of Halloween, I hope everyone is doing something fun. If you haven’t made something cool for Halloween yet, here’s something you could try. A jack-o-lantern pinata cake. The cake I used to make it, is the devil’s food cake one I did a few months ago. The buttercream is the same…

Gut Cupcakes

Continuing the spirit of Halloween, here is a slightly complicated recipe for red velvet gut cupcakes. Yes, I know, complicated takes up a lot of time, but tbh its soo worth it in the end. For the red velvet cupcakes: 55g butter 150g castor sugar 1 egg 1tbsp red food coloring 1tbsp cocoa powder 1/2…

Skeleton Gingerbread Cookies

Halloween isn’t something that is celebrated in India, but its a holiday I still love and try to integrate into the month of October. These gingerbread cookies are really easy to make based on how complicated you want the design to be. While most people won’t have a skeleton cookie cutter (do you even get one?)…

Tuna Salad on Bread – Hostel Life

So as you’ll may or may not know, I’m studying Culinary Arts in Aurangabad and live in a hostel. We don’t have a kitchen, kitchenette, fridge or stove. All we have is a hot/cold water dispenser and a microwave. So thats what we live with, and what we’ve learned to cook using. There is a supermarket…