Eggless Banana Loaf Cake

Eggless Banana Loaf Cake is a delicious, quick to bake, tea-time treat recipe, perfect for the gloomy November evenings. With some over-ripe banana sitting in the fridge, banana loaf cake is a nice idea to utilize them. We replaced butter with olive oil in the recipe to reduce the calorie count of this cake. I am a big time fan of simple, tea-time bakes. And often, on my blog, you will find cakes which are super easy to make and look extremely fancy with a cup of coffee. Few of our all-time favorite tea-time bakes from the blog are – Strawberry Cake, Orange Cake, Lemon Pound Cake. Ohhh, we love them all. These are not really dessert cakes, but a tea-time or snack cake, good for that energy boost for breakfast or evening cup of tea/coffee. But of course, with a dollop of fresh cream or a plain vanilla ice-cream these naked cakes can be served as a dessert. 

Eggless Banana Loaf Cake is a delicious, quick to bake, tea-time treat recipe, perfect for the evening tea-time.

Breakfast & Brunch, Cakes & Bakes | November 14, 2016 By

Samavat Rice Kheer (Vrat Ke Chawal Ki Kheer)

Kheer and the sweet dish season is back. We have officially entered the festive season in India. An array of festivities lined up in the upcoming months and they come to the halt with the year ending. Samavat Rice Kheer is one of the old school puddings that make a perfect dessert for the festive feasts. Simple, no fuss making process and the conventional creamy texture are the highlight of this gluten-free pudding. The only twist we have introduced in the Sama Rice Kher Recipe is adding a layer of fruits before serving. We love our puddings and custards chilled. Winter season as well is no exception for this rule. And the combination of chilled, thick and rich kheer layered with sweet and ripe mangoes, is definitely a gratifying experience for the food senses. If you thinking where to get mangoes in the month of October, then take a look around surprisingly it is still available. At least, it is still here in Delhi. 

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Simple Samavat Rice Kheer - a wholesome and gluten free pudding recipe with barnyard millet, milk, and mango!!

Indian Desserts | September 30, 2016 By

Classic Carrot Apple Juice with Kent Cold Pressed Juicer

What is a cold-pressed juice?  Cold-pressed juice is nothing but the regular juice extracted in a most healthy and organic manner without damaging the nutrient value of the juice. It is a slow and gentle method to extract juice from your favorite fruit or the vegetable. How a cold-pressed juice better than the convention one? The regular juices are extracted using a high speed spinning juicer or grinder which generates excess heat. The heat reduces the potency and breaks down essential nutrients and fibres of the fruit/vegetable. Hence, there is minimal retention of fibres and nutrients in the conventional juices. I have recently discovered my love for cold-pressed juices, all thanks to Kent Cold Pressed Juicer.

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Classic Carrot Apple Juice has clean and refreshing flavors. And the best part - it is cold pressed. You will surely get hooked to this recipe.

Jamun (Java Plum) Frozen Yogurt

The charm of summer in Delhi is the lack of inspiration around. We miss the enticing last summer. We were in hometown, Nainital, far away from the rest of the world, where summer is for perfect family picnics, trekking expeditions, local berries and seasonal fruits. But by the time winter came, we started missing the urban civilization and buzzing lifestyle. And to experience that, we shifted our base to Delhi – the heart of the nation. Summer in Delhi is deserted – the only sound is of an occasional bird cuckooing in the garden or a slow, rusty leaf falling from the tree. As described by the famous writer Ahmed Ali, Delhi summer is the season of ‘unending noon’. But even in the midst of such dullness, the beautiful hue of Jamun (Java Plum) inspired me to step ahead and play with the flavors of the fruit. Hence, the result is Jamun (Java Plum) frozen Yogurt

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Homemade frozen yogurt tastes better than anything you can buy at a fro-yo shop, and all it takes is two ingredients. Try this Jamun Yogurt Recipe this summer

Indian Desserts | July 11, 2016 By

How to Make Punjabi Aam Ka Achaar

 

June is here, and suddenly we stand on the cusp of summer. Heat at its peak, flora, and fauna at their dullest mood and there is almost nothing inspirational around. The scent of ripe mangoes and musk melon almost overpowering, every time we open the door of the fridge. The daylight lingers till late evening, and the skies have become that piercing bright blue. These – these few of my observations among many – whisper ‘summer is here’. And how to miss making Aam Ka Achaar (Mango Pickle), an Indian summer ritual that is common to almost every household. 

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Salty, spicy, savory, Aam Ka Achaar is an amalgamation of all favorite flavors from grandma's kitchen.

Condiments | June 13, 2016 By

Fresh Apricot Cake Recipe

Stone Fruit, otherwise known as the summer fruit, certainly live up to their reputation. They have juicy, fibrous, aromatic, sweet taste and texture. In short, a perfect fruit to bake with. Eating a Vanilla Cake with fresh apricots or peaches and cream is so pleasurable, especially during the summer. So why not combine these two flavors and create Fresh Apricot Cake to uplift your dull summer mood.

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This Apricot Cake Recipe is the best one to make with fresh apricots. Fresh Apricot Cake is hard to give a miss when apricots are in season.

Cakes & Bakes | May 31, 2016 By

Mint and Pomegranate Raita (Anar Ka Raita)

Mint and Pomegranate Raita is a delicious combination of mint, coriander, and pomegranate pearls. The freshness of mint and coriander definitely make this raita a summer favorite packed with the goodness of pomegranate. The red in those pomegranates just make me feel bright and energized. Loaded with pomegranate pearls, mint, coriander, yogurt, green chilies, garlic and spices,  it is my favorite raita I’ve made ever.

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Pomegranate Raita

Condiments, Lunch | April 12, 2016 By

Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe

Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe is a succulent dry preparation of unripe jackfruit cooked with plenty of red onions and spices. The dish has a fibrous texture and delicious taste to it, hence it can be labeled as mock meat also. The term vegetarian prompt a train of thoughts about my mother, who is a devoted herbivore. She only introduced us (me and my brother) to the variety of vegetarian delights. And that instilled in me a kind of soft spot for lustrous greens, juicy fruits and all that with oozing natural flavors. Recently, when we switched gear from an urban lifestyle to a quite countryside home, cooking with more of locavore became a routine affair in my kitchen. 

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Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe

Dinner, Lunch | July 30, 2015 By


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