I was feeling unwell. Nothing seemed exotic enough to entice my palate. Life was colorless and dull. So I decided to flip through my beautiful BBC Good Food Magazines to look for a dish exotic enough and possible with just the ingredients in my fridge. And the God’s were smiling at me. There were these wonderful red vegetables and fruit (tomato is a fruit!!!) in … Continue reading Red Capsicum, Lentil, Tomato and Spring Onion soup – Welcome Autumn!
I love all the cookery shows and competitions and always thought I would make those sumptuous dishes one day. For some reason that never really happened till I started with the BBC Magazine. Therefore much to the chagrin of my dear husband I announced that we would be having an ‘English’ dinner one of these days. I could see the superhuman effort it took for him to … Continue reading Spinach and Sweet Potato Bake
The last time I tried pannacotta it was Litchi with Mango Jelly it turned out to be a disaster and did not set at all.This time around they were perfect, maybe because I was not too stressed about it. Panncotta is essentially a cream dessert and incredibly calorie laden but extremely tasty if you get it right. The last one was supposed to be very light and … Continue reading Vanilla Pannacotta with Pomegranate Jelly
I have been baking for a long time, since I was a kid actually but today I decided to make my signature cake a little differently. I substituted honey in place of sugar. And I didn’t stick so strictly to the recipe as I usually do, instead went for it in a very hotchpotch Nigella Lawson way. Made all sorts of garnish to make it look … Continue reading Honeyed Cake