Christmas is round the corner. Where did whole year go? At the beginning of the year I had thought of making a chocolate fudge. However I never got around to write the recipe but before the year ends here is me sharing my easy to make and white chocolate and cranberry fudge.Continue reading “Quick and Easy White Chocolate and Cranberry Fudge Recipe + Video”
Who does not know about samosa? Originating from Indian subcontinent, samosa has gone all over the world and has morphed into various forms. Whilst for me the original Punjabi samosa remains most favourite, however with kids in house, I have to think of food which is kid friendly too. This apple pie samosa comes handy for the kids.Continue reading “Apple Pie Samosa recipe (Step by step) + Video”
Its full on apple season in the UK, and with no surprises apples are blooming at peak in September across many households, thanks to good UK weather and that it is common to find apple tree in backyard of many British homes.Continue reading “Apple and Strawberry Pocket | Parcel Recipe”
There are numerous recipes of “Rosemary and Thyme Chicken” around on the internet, however this recipe one is mine, where I have tried to keep absolute simple which even a novice or amateur can make. This recipe does not require huge knowledge of cooking or tons of ingredients. Simple, scrumptious, juicy chicken legs is what you get from this recipe.Continue reading “Oven baked Rosemary and Thyme Chicken Recipe”
For all of you who have been regular reader of my blog, I have got something common, healthy and yet tasty recipe this time. It is my latest obsession, and this is “Guacamole”, made out of Avocado, which is full of benefits.
Off late, I make this Guacamole so frequently that its always in my fridge. Reasons why I am obsessed? Guacamole is suitable for vegetarians like me, it is tasty and acts as dips or spread on my bread or wrap, or eat it with my munchies like nachos.Continue reading “Chunky Guacamole Recipe”
Its been a couple of months I visited a local Thai restaurant, and had Pad Thai. Ever since then I had idea brewing in my mind to create something which is a good fusion of Indian and Thai cuisine. Both these cuisines have distinct flavour, hence I wanted to preserve the same and offer something scrumptious yet authentic. Hence I decided to play gently with flavours to maintain originality and offer newness.Continue reading “Tandoori Noodles with Green Thai Curry”