The weather is so beautiful right now that I look forward to those mornings when we can enjoy our breakfast on the balcony, soaking in as much sun, relishing on the soft crepes, and sipping on coffee. Delicate crepes with the hint of lemon paired with blueberries make for a brilliant breakfast.
A basic recipe with the right ingredients can make a difference. Spaghetti Aglio e olio with cherry tomatoes is one such dish. We love this simple recipe, with Olive oil being the star ingredient.
Here is a recipe inspired by the Hakka noodles I had from street vendors back in Assam. It is filled with vegetables and is a sure shot winner in my family.
We have always loved biscotti. I have difficulty choosing my favorite kind of biscotti, but I often prepare this recipe. Almonds and dried apricots are pantry staples and taste delicious together.
There is no better way to celebrate Christmas than sharing good food. These peppermint cupcakes were the perfect treats for a bunch of hard-working employees at a supermarket who are my little one’s pals. My son looks forward to meeting them, and they always bring a smile to his face.
Here is a festive recipe that has both naughty and nice ingredients. Date truffles with the goodness of nuts and dark chocolate are a perfect edible gift. Skip the salted caramel drizzle for a refined sugar-free dessert.
for mulled wine online, and all of them are delicious. This one has jaggery, making it a tad bit healthy compared to the others. I prepare mulled wine with leftover wine.
Turmeric chia pudding not just tastes delicious but looks so good. Yes you can make it look like a dessert worth a million bucks. But trust me, it’s just a handful of ingredients and healthy ingredients.
Here is a decadent, indulgent dessert that will take you back to the childhood candy store. Salted caramel mousse is sweet and has the saltiness from the sauce to cut through it. I added the popcorn and lotus biscuits for some crunch.
Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started on shooting some light and airy images.
You need a bowl or two of dips to keep the conversations running, so you have enough time to take care of the last-minute cooking just before you serve. I love to serve several finger food and chips with some creamy dips before moving to the mains.
Lately, I have felt I shoot more cooked food and fewer ingredients used in the dishes. It’s always the end product. However, slowly I am making a move.
It is interesting to see how an ingredient looks under the light. You may choose to tell a story or shoot it in all its glory.
Are you looking for an easy chocolate dessert recipe for your guests? You have reached your destination. The easy eggless dark chocolate mousse that is loved by all. You can serve it to both grown-ups and kids both. It is also safe for expecting moms. Just five ingredients, and you see happy faces. I had a request for a second helping too.