I was a little late to the wagon on this one. Everyone was talking about Chia Pudding but I kept putting it off unsure if I would like it or not. This is where my kids remind me how I preach that they should always try everything once. Yeah, well. I should have tried this… Continue reading →
This tasty traditional Arroz con Dulce recipe is made with creamy rice, warm spices, coconut milk, raisins, coconut, and sweet brown sugar! Puerto Rican rice pudding is an amazing way to switch up dessert, this creamy, rich rice is packed with so much flavor!
Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding Parfaits are delicious for dessert or healthy enough for breakfast! This overnight chia seed pudding recipe is made with coconut milk and maple syrup for a vegan and refined sugar free treat. Layer the chocolate pudding with coconut milk yogurt, fresh pomegranate seeds, and whipped coconut cream.
Vanilla Orange Gingerbread Cream Cake pairs winter citrus with classic holiday spices. Soft 6-Inch yellow cake layers are studded with orange zest then layered with a silky Gingerbread Pudding - that is also transformed into a mousse to frost the cake!
Papdi Chaat recipe is one of the most lip-smacking recipes for chaat which is immensely famous in every street and corner of India. Now a days, it is equally popular worldwide for its irresistible taste and is easily available in most of the Indian veg restaurants. Papri Chaat is the amalgamation of crispy Papdis, boiled Potatoes, Onion, Pomegranate along with some sweet, tangy and heaty Chutneys which gets topped with selective spices and herbs with chilled Yogurt and Sev. The combination of all these ingredients, make it a perfectly balanced chaat recipe Indian. It is mostly served as an evening snacks or as a starter.
These deliciously soft and nutty butter cookies are a festive staple come Christmas time in Greece. Kourabiedes are basically Greek almond cookies. Of course, people always try alternatives, like replacing the almond with pistachio - but I have to say I prefer an authentic Kourampiedes recipe. As well as Kourabiedes, we make Melomakarona at Christmas - a honey-soaked orange and spice cookie. Together, these two make up a crucial Greek foodie Christmas tradition, so we always make plenty! They’re also the traditional gift of choice when you’re invited around to somebody’s house for a Christmas get-together or house party - instead (or as well as!) a bottle of wine, we will bake up a plate piled high with Melomakarona and Kourabiedes. The rose water is optional, but I love the slight floral note it adds. Make sure not to add too much, though, as if you’re heavy-handed it can add a medicinal flavour. Rose goes perfectly with the almond and vanilla flavours, though, so don’t miss it out unless you dislike it! This Kourabiedes recipe might be different from your traditional British or American Christmas sweet treats, as it doesn’t contain orange, spices or dried fruit. But I can guarantee you will love this; this is one Greek festive food tradition you simply have to try!
Last month I joined British food cooking competition that held by British Embassy in Jakarta. I made a couple of savoury and sweet dishes, one of them is this sticky toffee pudding. Because of this sticky toffee pudding (and also the other British food), I was lucky enough to meet with British food hero, Chef Gary Rhodes OBE. Sticky Toffee Pudding I got the inspiration for this sticky date pudding from caramel latte. For me, coffee and caramel is such a perfect combination. I adapted Jamie’s sticky toffee pudding recipe, I skip the mixed spice and yoghurt, then added about 5o ml espresso to the cake batter and bake it in individual pudding moulds. Ingredients 225 fresh dates, deseeded 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 150 ml boiling water 85 g unsalted butter, softened 170 g caster sugar 2 large eggs 170 g self-raising flour 50 ml espresso Toffee sauce 100g unsalted butter 200g brown sugar 100 125 ml double cream Direction Preheat oven to 180C. Grease cake pan or individual pudding moulds with butter. Line the base with baking paper. Places dates and bicarbonate of soda in a medium bowl and cover with boiling water. Set aside for 10 minutes, then …
Palak patta chaat aka palak chaat recipe is an exemplary recipe for chaat which is also renowned as one of the popular delhi street food. It is very famous in northern India, especially during winter. Palak chaat recipe is the amalgamation of crispy spinach fritters, onions tomatoes and pomegranate along with some sweet, tangy and heaty chutneys which gets topped with selective spices, herbs, yogurt and lots of Sev. The combination of all these ingredients, make it a perfectly balanced chaat recipe Indian. It is mostly served as an evening snacks or as a starter.
My decadent, easy-to-make British Christmas Pudding is a perfect holiday dessert that's been lightened up so you can make it in half the time! It’s a moist, cake-like base filled with sweet spices and dried fruit that your family is sure to love this holiday season!
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How to make an Orange & Campari Pudding. Ingredients: Serves 4 2 blood oranges or oranges, zested, skin removed and flesh cut into segments80g fresh pomegranate seeds3 tbsp golden syrup, plus an extra 2 tbsp to serve1 tbsp Campari1 tbsp gin100g unsalted butter, softened, plus extra to grease100g
Pomegranate-cheese mousse with pistachio is a airy and fluffy bite! It’s a refreshing and festive dessert, perfect for this time of the year. I don’t know for you but I’m personal…
Can I just say Oh.My.God! This Raita is probably the most delicious I’ve ever had and to be honest I don’t think I can go back to the usual raita (with cucumbers). So I just posted my Tandoori Gobi Zucchini Boat recipe a couple of days ago and I paired this with the boats. I… Continue reading →
Aloo Chaat recipe is one of the most simple and easiest Indian street food recipes which is immensely famous in India. In this succulent chaat recipe, boiled potato chunks are deep fried till crispy and are amalgamed with Imli ki chatni, Green chutney and some specific spices along with Onion, Pomegranate and coriander leaves. The combination of all these ingredients make it a perfectly balanced chaat recipe Indian.
This is a North African inspired recipe incorporating an Orange, Chermoula spice blend, Cumin, Garlic and Thyme. Absolutely delicious!!
Indian style salad with pomegranate and cucumber along with a blend of spices.
On the High Tea menu Ginger Spiced Chai – An Indian Tea Preparation Parsi Cumin and Almond ‘Khari’ Biscuit Pistachio and Saffron Rice Pudding (Kheer) Cheese Chili Toast Triangles Isn’t it surprising that India is a predominantly tea drinking nation? With its hot Indian summers and humid warm monsoons, one would think lassi or even... Read More »
Dhokla chaat is a very simple and refreshing fusion chaat recipe Indian. In this preparation, soft and fluffy dhoklas are topped with yogurt, chutneys and vegetables like chopped onion, coriander leaves and green chillies with sprinkle of spices, sev and pomegranate arils. This salivating preparation is mostly relished as evening snack, breakfast or as a side for lunch as well. It could be a perfect leftover dhokla recipe whenever you have some leftover extra pieces of khaman dhokla.
Chana chaat recipe aka chole chaat recipe is a healthy and refreshing chaat recipe Indian. It is hugely popular in the subcontinents of south Asia. Chana chaat recipe is also referred as an Indian salad because of its healthy components. Boiled chickpea with vegetables like cucumber, tomato, onion, boiled potato chunks, splash of yogurt, green chutney and sweet tamarind chutney with the sprinkle of spices, sev, coriander leaves and pomegranate are enough to trigger someone’s secret saliva. This salivating preparation is mostly relished as evening snack or as a side for lunch as well.