Vegetable Wonton & Noodle Soup

Growing up in India, Chinese food meant, all the indo-Chinese dishes. Very comfy and yummy for winters to be honest.  After having all of that, I come to the Oz land and see the actual Chinese cuisine, of course knowing this is the actual cuisine and not what I had eaten all my life. Being vegetarian,... Continue Reading →

Watermelon and Figs Salad

Fresh Figs have been a trend. We all are familiar with dry figs since ages and perhaps use it all the time. I wasn't much into Fresh Figs, probably because of the squishy texture, until I had it with mascarpone cheese and realized how good it tastes. I love my fruits and most of the times... Continue Reading →

Granola Sundae with Yogurt & Mango

Most of us like nuts in our diet may it be because of richness, health or just to add a crunch to your dish. We mostly prefer certain nuts with certain recipes and most of the times don't prefer to add all types of nuts into everything. Talking about seeds, these days we avoid having... Continue Reading →

Broccoli and Almond Soup

Most of the times we are at the supermarket and realise we need to purchase most of the things that would be way more in quantity than we require! Me, being one of those who doesn’t like my fridge/pantry to be full of stuff, most of the times find ways to use such leftover ingredients... Continue Reading →


Guacamole; A dip of a mexican origin with Avocado as its main ingredient that you want to prefer or a condiment you will love!! Spread it on fresh baked bread or serve with some handmade chips or dip some corn chips in it, it will always satisfy your tastebuds. Quick to make with just a... Continue Reading →

Salted Caramel Sauce

A medium to dark brown confectionary product by heating a variety of sugars that can be used as a flavoring in puddings and desserts, as a filling in bonbons, or as a topping for icecreams and custard! Did you say Caramel? Yes that's it!! Go for this easy recipe of Salted Caramel Sauce. Only thing... Continue Reading →

Chia Pudding

Chia seeds have been used since ages but its only these days that its gaining popularity. They are species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to South Mexico & Guatemala. Rich in nutritional values with high amount of dietary fibre, omega 3, proteins, minerals and vitamins, these seeds are widely used these... Continue Reading →

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