Banana bread 

This was on my to do list for a long time. Banana bread is a very simple and absolutely delicious cake. You can make it with different flours, use variety of nuts and seeds to make it more healthy.  I loved this version of mine that I made very simple with whole wheat and Choco... Continue Reading →

Christmas fruit cake

With less than a month to go until Christmas, it's time to start preparing for the festivities. Start shopping, buying gifts and baking your home-made Christmas fruit cake.  Why not bake a healthy, rich and delicious Christmas fruit cake and gift  your loved ones, rather than buying from a bakery. Try this simple non alcoholic... Continue Reading →

Carrot loaf

With successful recipe of beetroot bread I wanted to try and bake a carrot bread. Carrot loaf is soft, slightly sweet from the grated carrots and flavored with dried rosemary. Home baked breads are so delicious with just a little butter smeared. And there are so many different ways you can flavor your breads with- various dried... Continue Reading →

Malai pepper paneer masala

A creamy milk and peanut gravy with a blend of roasted and ground aromatic spices like pepper, fennel and coriander gives this dish an amazing flavor. The milk and peanut adds sweetness to the gravy which balances out the heat from pepper. This goes well with Roti, parantha or naan. This could serve as a... Continue Reading →

Coffee caramel coconut flower buns

My second entry for the Belly nirvana campaign organised by plattershare in association with placeoforigin.in. The second product that was provided to me was Leo breakfast blend coffee. I have made whole wheat coffee caramel coconut flower buns a delicious and healthy snack or could also serve as a quick breakfast. The buns are super soft and the flavors... Continue Reading →

Kaddu Ki kheer

A simple kheer made using grated pumpkin. In India we make kheer with so many vegetables, fruits, pulses, dry fruits and various grains too. And no festivity is complete without sweet. With Diwali around the corner I thought why not make a very simple Indian kheer for the occasion. Since festivals are always about celebrating... Continue Reading →

Gooey Cappuccino banana flour Brownies

A gluten free brownie recipe which is absolutely yummy! I made this Gooey cappuccino banana flour brownies for the Belly Nirvana campaign organised by Plattershare in association with placeoforigin.in. I have used raw banana flour earlier but always in combination with other flours. This time I thought I will use it as it is and... Continue Reading →

Chaal kophi

A delightful vegetarian satvic recipe from West Bengal. This isn't a very common recipe like other vegetarian recipes that I have shared. Chaal kophi is a heirloom recipe that I learnt from my mum which she learnt from my grandmom. I keep repeating how much I love vegetarian food in Bengali cuisine. You must try... Continue Reading →

Coconut chocolate chip cookies

Who doesn't love chocolate chip cookies? And addition of coconut here has made these already delicious cookies extra yum! This is my first egg based cookie recipe that I'm posting here. I made this few months ago but not finding time to blog. Life with a 2 year old toddler is quite exhausting.. phew! I... Continue Reading →

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