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Banana Bread

Banana bread is a popular American bread recipe. It is a very moist and flavourful bread made with overripe bananas, flour, sugar, oil, walnuts, eggs and baking soda.

Chuoi Chien – Vietnamese Fried Bananas

Chuoi chien is a popular Vietnamese dessert recipe made with bananas dipped in a rice flour batter and fried till golden and crispy. It’s a very famous street food among locals in Vietnam.

Sarson Ka Saag

Sarson Ka Saag is a popular dish in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. It is traditionally made with mustard leaves, spinach leaves and ghee (clarified butter). Sarson ka Saag is best served with makki ki roti (maize flour roti).

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Christmas Chocolate Yule Logs

A traditional French Christmas dessert recipe – Yule Log cakes are made with a light sponge baked to perfection, chocolate butter cream filling and a dark chocolate ganache.

Prawn Egg Foo Young (Omelette)

Prawn Egg Foo Young is an easy Chinese appetizer recipe and a great variation from the normal omelette we are used to making. It is made with eggs, prawns, bean sprouts, spring onions and soy sauce. The omelette is best served with an oyster, soy sauce & chicken stock based sauce.

Mozzarelline Fritte – Mozzarella Cheese Fritters

With a crispy outside and a cheesy inside, Mozzarelline Fritte are fried mozzarella slices coated with flour, eggs and breadcrumbs. The dish is accompanied with a wine, caper and butter sauce.

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Eggs Benedict

A breakfast or brunch dish that consists of English muffin top…

Bhel Puri

Bhel Puri, a popular street food from Mumbai, is made with a d…

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I’m not a fan of winters. Not at all! All that talk about Delhites loving winters makes absolutely no sense to me! One of my favourite ways to deal with the winter is….drumroll….barbecueing. Who doesn’t like a good barbecue on a cold winter night. This winter, I wanted to make the barbecue a little more […]

Kakori Kabab, Shahjahani Korma, Galawti kabab…amazing dishes with amusing names. Ever wondered where these names came from? Read on, for their origins are as tasteful as the dishes themselves.   Kakori Kabab: It was admist the rustic settings of colonised India, when Nawab Syed Mohammad Haidar Kazmi of Kakori (a small hamlet on the outskirts […]