Pal Appam — Lace Hoppers

    Hello my wonderful readers, Do you follow my Instagram feed? Many a times Appam is our preferred breakfast and it is super easy to make once you have the batter. Much like the dosa batter but I use yeast in this recipe. There are recipes that do not include yeast but I love… Continue reading Pal Appam — Lace Hoppers

Nadan Chicken Cutlet – Kerala style Chicken Croquettes

  Hello my Dear Wonderful People! How are you all doing? Happy Valentines day! A day for love, a day to be loved and a day for love to be loved! Yup.. Its one whole day when we get to show our special people that they matter to us. And unlike many people, I absolutely… Continue reading Nadan Chicken Cutlet – Kerala style Chicken Croquettes

Strawberry, Thyme and Caramel Brioche Sticky Buns

    Hello my dear wonderful readers! Is it Thursday already???? Some times I cannot believe how the days go by. My little monkey a.k.a my son 🙂 is also growing up so fast. Let me tell you why I say that. My little boy has a cold and till yesterday what comes so easily… Continue reading Strawberry, Thyme and Caramel Brioche Sticky Buns

Murgh Kofta – Rich chicken meat balls in a creamy tangy gravy

Hello my Dear wonderful readers!! Its the weekend and this time I have made some thing rich and indulgent for you. This dish is inspired from the famous Malai Kofta, which is a croquette made with paneer / cottage cheese and potatoes. It all started with the fact that I had a little white basmati… Continue reading Murgh Kofta – Rich chicken meat balls in a creamy tangy gravy

Ari “Rice” Muruku – Deep fried, crisp and with a touch of spice!

    Hello My Dear Wonderful Readers! How are you all doing today? So my next recipe for the season is the Rice and Urad Dal Murukku. In case you have never had these before, let me tell you, this is the Indian version of a deep fried snack that comes in a number of… Continue reading Ari “Rice” Muruku – Deep fried, crisp and with a touch of spice!

Milk Peda – easy version

  Hello my Dear Wonderful readers!! So I am back with my next recipe and that is my easy peasy Milk Powder Peda! These are super easy to make. Traditionally you will note that this sweet is make from Khoya and if that is easily available to you then you could make it that way… Continue reading Milk Peda – easy version

Easy Gulab Jamun

  Hello My Dear Wonderful Readers! How are you all doing? Today, I finally got my Diwali lights out on the balcony and my son was super excited! He ran out onto the balcony saying “Wooow..so pretty! “. He was in his PJs and his little eyes twinkled in the reflection from the fairy lights.… Continue reading Easy Gulab Jamun