Valentine Warmth

My dish “Valentine Warmth” is basically Mawa Cake with Kulkul, Rasmalai, Smoked Strawberry Compote, Chocolate Dust and Sauteed Orange. This dish does look quite complex or that is what people have told me but wait till you actually get to learn how easy it is. Essentially this dessert plate has the very famous Mawa cake and…

Mocha Pannacotta with Coffee Jelly

I was sitting on my couch a few days back and thinking what to do, and suddenly got a call from a friend. We started talking and laughing randomly on our stories and then I asked her I am planning to cook something, what should I cook? She said she like coffee, chocolate, milk. Now…

Rishiki: Pancake from Pakistan

When I was going through the history of pancakes and finding the routes of it, I stumbled upon a book by Sumayya Usmani, Pakistani-born cookery writer, blogger and teacher based in Scotland. Her book Mountain Berries and Desert Spice: Sweet Inspiration From the Hunza Valley to the Arabian Sea had a recipe of Rishiki which is a…

A Warm Hug

Beetroot Halwa with Sesame Pebbles, Chocolate Cannelloni and Chocolate Sauce I love February, it is, in fact, my favourite month (second only to November, because that’s when winter begins!). The month has love flying in the air and everybody wants to be with their loved ones. February is also denoted by the colour red for…

Cookie

Cookies are one of the handiest and easiest foods to have around. It goes with almost everything in the world—and every household has this one box of heaven. I love baking cookies—not merely following the cook books, but experimenting with new ways of pleasing my palate. The good thing about cookies is that everybody likes…

Double Chocolate Cookie

Baking is all about science, it is fun for some but then annoying for others because you have to calculate and measure most of the ingredients. Now depends whether you want to enjoy or sulk, but cookies defiantly make people happy, and smell of the baked products are to die for. As they say raisin…