Baked Chocolate Pudding

Here’s a fuss-free dessert recipe that’s as easy as A, B, C. The secret to a really good chocolate pudding lies in the quality of chocolate. It’s the star of the show and can really make or break your dessert. So you want to make sure you use only good quality chocolate. My suggestion is…

Baked Dijon Chicken Breasts with a Twist

There’s never any end to what you can do with chicken breasts. You can stuff them, roast them, bake them, or add them to a stir-fry or soup. Whichever way you make them, there’s hardly any going wrong with them. Personally, I always have a couple of chicken breasts handy for when I want to…

Roasted Leg of Lamb with Rosemary Potatoes

Today I’m going to show you one of my favourite go-to recipes for when I’m entertaining guests. A simple, yet immensely flavourful roasted leg of lamb served over a bed of crisp on the outside, buttery on the inside rosemary roasted potatoes. This leg of lamb is just bursting with flavours and has very little…

Charred Corn, Tomato and Avocado Salad

Deliciously charred corn, creamy bites of avocado, a burst of tomatoes and salty bits of mozzarella come together in this fresh spring salad, drizzled in a light cilantro-fresh lime dressing. Everything about this salad screams spring is here! And really, what’s not to love about a salad that’s so easy to prepare, tastes so divine…

Hot Buffalo Wings

Today I’m going to show you how to make deliciously tangy hot Buffalo wings. As the name suggests, this recipe owes its name to Buffalo, New York where it was first conceived and has now grown to become a favourite of millions across the world. Chicken wings are coated in a sweet and sauce, deep…

Lentil Soup with Veggies and Chicken

Oooh baby, it’s cold outside. And that can only mean one thing- comfort food, warm socks and movie marathons. Ah winters, how I’ve missed you. That beautiful nip in the air, the crisp, cool breeze. Bliss! Not only is this my favourite season of the year, but it’s also the perfect time to dish up…

Bangers & Mash

Alright! Finally time to get my hands on some Classic English pub grub; Bangers and mash, or sausages and mash, if you will. Meaty, succulent pieces of sausage, served over a bed of warm and creamy mashed potatoes, bathed in an all too delicious onion gravy, this dish is one for keeps. It’s super easy…

Cuisine of Goa: Pork Vindaloo

Other than its beaches, the highly sought after party scene, and the casino boats, what else does Goa have to offer? Why, the food of course! Goan cuisine is spicy and hot owing to its more than liberal use of chilies. One of the most recognized Goan dishes is perhaps the vindaloo. The name vindaloo…

Quick & Easy Recipe Mongolian Beef Mince Stir Fry

I’ve gotten numerous requests for some quick and easy recipes that are also tasty and nutritious (and aren’t sandwiches and hoagies). Recognizing that such recipes could actually do good to more people as well, I present to you an oriental recipe, called ‘Mongolian Beef Mince Stir Fry’. Now I’ve covered a beef stir fry recipe on this…

Sweet and Sour Veggies

Sweet and sour sauces have forever held a special place in my heart and this recipe of sweet and sour vegetables has been a household favorite for years. Incredibly flavorful, subtly sweet with a tangy kick, this recipe comes together in a flash and calls for only a handful of ingredients. I used frozen vegetables…

Chicken Fried Rice

Today I’m going to share a recipe that’s one of my favourite go-to recipes for when I need something quick and delicious and fuss-free. My recipe for chicken fried rice! While fried is has its origins in China, it’s been adapted to suit Indian taste buds and has fast become a favourites among Indians. Flavourful…