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Sesame Chicken

Sesame chicken is a delicious dish, that can be served as a starter or snack. It is so flavourful that no one can stop with just one piece. Of late, Sesame Chicken happens to be …

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Char Siu / Chinese Barbecue Pork Roast

Every time we buy pork, I make it the traditional way as my boys love it. I have been trying out some new recipe for a change. Browsing through my ‘to-do list’, I was reminded …

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Nougat

? Christmas isn’t too far. If you’re wondering what sweet to gift to your near and dear ones, here’s my suggestion- Nougat. Nougat, pronounced as noo-gaa, is a sweet with a soft, chewy texture.

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Eggless Coffee Cake (Microwave Version)

Eggless Coffee Cake was something I had tried few years back. As I am not particularly fond of microwave cooking, I hadn’t attempted it after that. Recently, one of my friends spotted the picture of it in my Facebook timeline and asked for the recipe. This was followed by a few more requests. That’s when I decided to make it again. It took some time for me to recollect the source of the recipe but finally managed to find it. The recipe I followed is from Apy Cooking. I decorated the cake with coffee flavoured whipped cream and chocolate sauce….

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Buffalo Wings

Contrary to it’s name, the dish has nothing to do with the animal. Buffalo wings are basically deep fried chicken wings coated with a hot sauce. One can hear a lot of versions to the story behind the invention of this dish. The most popular story is that this dish was invented in Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York and hence the name Buffalo Wings. During our trip to US, Anchor bar was one of the must-visit places for me. J’s bestie Sachin being a foodie, made things easier 🙂 While returning from Niagara to Cincinnati, we stopped at the…

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Honey Glazed Chicken

Honey Glazed Chicken Recipe by Mareena Jerrish

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Moist Honey Cake

This Diwali, as I was slightly under the weather, I hadn’t made any sweets. Now that I was back in action, I decided to bake Moist Honey Cake, which has been in my “to- do list” for a while. Honey Cake is usually made for the Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year). Apart from honey, this recipe calls for o

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Honey Chilli Potato

Honey Chilli Potato is one of D’s favourite snacks. We had tried the dish at a nearby restaurant and loved it. Couple of days later, D requested me to make them at home. He was confident that I would be able to pull it off. Keeping my apprehensions aside, I gave it a shot, which proved fruitful. You

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Christmas Stollen or Christstollen

I have been missing from action for quite a while due to some personal commitments. With Christmas just a day away, how could I not share some special Christmas recipe with you ?? Along with wishing all my wonderful readers and their loved ones a wonderful Christmas, here’s my Christmas gift to you

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Honey Financiers

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘Financier’??  Someone with more money than he can spend!! I couldn’t, in my wildest of dreams, imagine that it could also mean something edible, except of course for a cannibal. :-). Now that I have dug deep, let me shed some lig

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Eggless Red Velvet Cupcakes

Here’s the recipe of Eggless Red Velvet Cupcakes. This recipe yields around 24 cup cakes Eggless Red Velvet Cupcakes Source: Art of Dessert

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Mango Smoothie

It’s Mango season again and my fruit basket is overflowing with this yellow fruit. I have been pondering for a while as to how I could present it on the table for my boys. I wanted to make something without sugar so that I too could indulge in it without any guilt of extra calories. Smoothies….. w

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Homemade Peanut Butter

Making peanut butter at home is the best option as it is easy to make and one doesn’t have to worry about any preservatives or additives in it. If feeling lazy, you needn’t bother skinning the peanuts. The colour and texture will be slightly different though.If you are not keen on adding oil, it’s p

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Pear and Cardamom Spice Cake.. A Delicious Teatime Treat!!!

I was thinking of baking and wanted to try something new. This time I decided to have a look at the cookbook ‘The Practical Encyclopedia of Cakes Cake Decorating’ by Janice Murfitt and Louise Pickford, which has been lying with me for so many years. Initially when I bought this book, I excitedly fl

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