February 20, 2020

Eggless Cream Cheese Cake

The thoughts are in a quarrel in my mind, concerning the name of this recipe. Eggless cream cheese pound cake, won’t be an appropriate name, because traditionally a pound cake had a pound of each of four ingredients — flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. Pound cake, originated in Europe in the first half of the 18th century, initially weighed four pounds. We have preserved the original, simple-to-remember-ratio of this recipe and yet we have driven it to a contemporary time bringing-in a […]
February 17, 2020

Cream Cheese Pound Cake

This cake recipe is evergreen and has always been very rewarding for me. I have baked this cream cheese pound cake many times before and have received various heartwarming compliments. For the last month’s Bakers Club India potluck, I had made the same cake.    The cake is beautiful to look at and turns out to be incredibly delicious. This is one of my favourite recipes. Very easy, and quick to make, with an amazing outcome. As the cake comes […]
February 14, 2020

Coffee Mousse with Almond Soil

This is my version of a quick coffee mousse. Where no eggs or gelatine are required. Call it, cheats mousse which turns out pretty good when you are time-constrained. A fast track coffee mousse which is made using an abundance of chocolate with coffee and whipped cream. It is praiseworthy by all means because it is so speedy, hustle free desserts and can look enticing, as well as deliciously sophisticated.  You will need very little ingredients, together they will make […]
February 10, 2020

Flourless Chocolate Cake

The time when you are going through that span of fairy-tale romance, Valentines Day seems much supreme. The special gesture nurtures a relationship. We all love to get pampered from our loved ones. Some of us go beyond limits to express love and some of us gratify with a mighty flower.  I bake a cake for my valentine every year. Though, It is no more a fairy tale romance for us, but we still manage something on the day. He like […]
February 5, 2020

All About Yeast

Whether you’re a beginner baker or pro, it’s important to understand how yeast works. The Yeast that we use for baking bread. Today this post is all about yeast.  So I have friends, who are so keen to emerge into baking bread at home, but due to several failed attempts, the heart sinks a bit and somehow, it stops you from going further.      I feel it is very important to understand the whole framework of technique, procedure and […]
February 4, 2020

Pizza Buns

These Pizza buns are a doorway to happiness. When you succeed in baking these sensational pizza buns at home, the whole family goes whoopee gaga about you. My kids and Pranav thoroughly enjoyed these buns last night for dinner. I had happy souls, who watched t.v. and ate pizza buns and icecream for dinner. You too can make these in your home kitchen. I am sharing the recipe and few do’s and don’ts of baking these buns in a home […]
January 30, 2020

Caramel Popcorn at Home

A big bowl of popcorn is of greatest joy with a movie. It’s like, euphoria when we dig the hand into a tub of popcorn while watching a movie in the theatre. The crunchy-munchy bites and the seducing aroma that tickles the nose and tastebuds, make popcorn a beloved treat for all. Movie and popcorn are married now, but you know, when movie theatres came into existence, they did not allow popcorns inside the theatres. The halls were considered of […]
January 21, 2020

Strawberry Yogurt Mousse

This recipe of strawberry yoghurt mousse has been circulated among my friends many times over the phone conversations. The popping question that I get to hear the most is, “Give me an easy recipe idea, as I have a get-together at home”. This recipes of mousse have won the poll in-numerous times, it’s been chosen and successfully performed by many friends, who are no experts in the kitchen zone.  This mousse requires the least amount of work, is uncomplicated, unchallenging, trouble-free […]
January 14, 2020

Baked Amritsari Kulcha

This Amritsari Kulcha recipe is similar to the authentic kulcha and it turns out delicious. But these Kulchas are baked in the oven. Having no tandoor is a limitation for many home cooks like me. The OTG works great, and it is proven to be a saver for me many times.  Being a Punjabi, I can’t ignore the demanding tastebuds who are hungry for a good buttery, crispy outside, tender inside, aloo masala stuffed kulcha. I might have to face sulky reactions […]