Quintessential Winter Dessert – Peanut Chikki

So here is the recipe for the chikki. Here I have used peanuts but you could use black or white sesame seeds or other dry fruits or a combination of any of the above with jaggery to make the chikki. There are two main things you have to keep in mind while making chikki: First…

Custard Flavoured Kulfi Falooda

Kulfi falooda is a gorgeous and delicious dessert. It tastes as great as it looks. I make a lot of kulfi like malai, Kesar Badam or pista but this time tried a different combination and everyone loved it. So here’s the recipe of custard tutti fruti kulfi with rose flavoured falooda and topped with basil…

Homemade Tava Garlic Naan

These Naan are made on the tava without any hassle . Try these soft naans with any creamy,rich curry and thank me later! If you want you can skip out the garlic and just make plain naan and brush with butter or top it with sesame seeds or even stuff them if you wish. The…

Moist Vanilla Cake

This is one of my favourite recipes. The cake is soft,  moist and delicious. The cake bakes almost flat top which I love. The recipe uses a combination of butter and oil. Butter imparts the taste and oil gives the desired moist texture. This can be perfectly sliced or crafted into any shape. You could…

Classic French Croissant

This recipe is an adaptation from the recipe for Classic Croissants by Jeffrey Hamelman. Before you start I recommend watching any croissant making video to get a general feel on laminating and shaping. This recipe will yield about 15 good croissants plus some leftover bits which you can use to make a few, slightly odd…

Focaccia- The Italian Flat Bread

It’s an Italian flat bread with is has a crunchy crust and soft centre. It is usually spiced with dried herbs, loads of olive oil, vegetables of choice and cheese. I love making this bread as it’s a one pan dish excellent as a whole meal served with soup or a thick creamy shake or…

Banana Bread with Wheat Flour

This recipe is healthy made with wheat flour and yields a soft and moist bread. If you like sweeter bread add more honey or brown sugar and if you want less sweet you can omit the honey.

The Stripy Zebra Cake

This is a very famous cake which tastes as stunning as it looks. I love to eat it as it is but you could also drizzle chocolate ganache on top if you like. Just go ahead and bake, inspired from Josephine’s recipe I am sure you’ll fall in love with the sponge. Ingredients: A) •…