In my journey of food styling, there have been a few kitchen staples that come handy now and then. These ingredients help me tell a story and, in the process, make the image look beautiful.
Five ingredients dessert that looks pretty and tastes delicate. Pumpkin and coconut pannacotta with a hint of Cinnamon is my current favorite.
As Dubai warms up with exciting events this winter, I cleared by fridge during the weekend to create a healthy version of the white pasta.
Baked potatoes are a family favorite, and I wanted to add a twist to make it enjoyable. So I brought in the middle-eastern twist to this classic. Zaatar and halloumi baked potatoes is a delicious one-pan meal.
Halloween became a lot happier than spookier with monster brownies. A healthy treat for your children. Beetroot chocolate brownie cake
Mango saffron and pistachios ladoos to brighten up your Diwali. Yes, it almost sounds like ice cream or kulfi. This one combination of flavors is my favorite in desserts.
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.
Waffles with the goodness of beetroot for breakfast provides one with the nutrition and energy needed to begin your day. This recipe is great for kids who aren’t keen on finishing their lunchboxes.
A light spicy salad with a lemony garlic dressing. Harrisa adds the heat, to sweet butternut quash. Feta cheese brings in some texture and saltiness. lemon adds the right amount of tang. Coriander and lemon zest for freshness.
Make these easy floral pancakes with figs and labneh for a lovely start to your day.
Dates and pistachios stuffed ladoos for those special occasions. Ladoos are Indian truffles usually made with chickpea flour, coconut, flour or semolina and are prepared on unique occasions/festivals