Banoffee Pie Recipe | How to make Mini Banoffee Pie

When we had done the BM International Cuisine, I desperately wanted to make this Banoffee Pie. Since my England dish was done almost in the beginning and couldn’t redo a different dish, I had to keep this Banoffee Pie on hold. As such this has been on my to do list for such a long […]

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Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge 2 ~ Christmas Special Recipes

Can’t believe we are starting the final week of the BM# 46, but then we are here already! I will be making Christmas special dishes. Festival season is not complete without chocolates, so it was Chocolate fudge that I made. Yea I know you must be wondering how many versions I will be making. I […]

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How to make Pomegranate Ice Cream

Now a party is not a party without an ice cream right! If it was left to me, I would only go for a chocolate ice cream with chocolate sauce and chocolate chips on top. How is that for a chocolate dose? Anyway this is not just my party for my kids. I need to […]

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Semolina Halva ~ T for Turkey

After the delicious Chocolate Caliente, we are doing T. I chose Turkey when I checked for letters starting with alphabet. Initially I was planning to make Baklava, as it’s been on my list for such a long time. However seeing it’s a common dish across so many countries, decided to keep it on hold for […]

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Orange Indian Cheesecake

For the final day of the third week of BM#41, it was to be the letter O, under Cooking with Alphabets. This was the recipe that really had me in fix, and only after fixing this, did I decide on the other two. Infact I just couldn’t find one starting with O and made in […]

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Basic Eggless Chocolate Cake Recipe

I know you might think how many more chocolate cakes I might still post. Let me tell you, there are still many more to come..:) Anyway I did this a while ago and decided it would be very apt to call this as a basic recipe to follow for a chocolate cake. Infact I also […]

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Makki Ki Roti, Sarson Ka Saag, Carrot Halwa from Punjab

My love for all North Indian food started with Khana Khazana a very popular TV show hosted by Sanjeev Kapoor. We got introduced to many cuisines that were unknown to us, and experienced right in our cuisine. As it is wrongly assumed by the others, who think Indian cuisine is all about Punjabi Food, we […]

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