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 chocolate fudge.
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.Continue reading “Apple Pie Samosa”
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.
Ever since I moved to UK, ability to get spices, vegetables or food that you get in India is somewhat limited. I must admit that there are numerous asian stores (more so in London) where getting such asian grocery is more accessible.
My daughter is a is cheese fan and I am not averse to it either. I love mushrooms and we, as a family love broccoli too. With these things in my mind, I always wanted to try out something like a french or italian cuisine and which led me to experiment. I have earlier mentioned that I love bruschetta con fughi.
So I decided to make something on those lines. If am honest, I am not sure how anyone else will feel about this recipe, but I loved the end product so did my family (and the guest who was my guinea pig) 😀
Are you a tea lover or a fab of coffee? I am a genuine tea lover and when it comes to tea, I like snacks with it (normally). One of my tea companion is Mathri. So what is mathri? Its like flaky spiced flour cracker. The crunchy it gets, better it tastes.