Who doesn’t love a decadent chocolate cake with chocolate ganache! We thought we’ll share a quick and easy way of making it, especially because your favourite restaurants and bakeries are locked down and its a great time to explore your skills. We do have a quick fix method for that. We have our own cake mix brand (The Daily Gourmet) which has been in the market for the last 6-7 years. Gauricka and I use the cake mix all the time for birthdays and anniversaries in the family.
What come to your mind when we say comfort food? A bowl of something warm and easy to put together which you can have sitting in your pyjamas while binge-watching your favourite series on Netflix on your couch! Well… if this setting matches what you’re thinking, then we have the perfect dish for you – MAC N CHEESE AU GRATIN!!
You can make this in a jiffy and the best part is that this comfort dish is also worthy of being served to guests for entertaining. Its easy, can be mad
Chocolate and Banana is an eternal combination. They compliment each other so well, that the first thing that comes to your mind when you want to cook with bananas… is chocolate! We’ve already posted a recipe for a Caramelised banana upside-down cake and now we’re sharing an eggless recipe for those of you who choose to bake without eggs. The ingredients for this are very basic. Flour, butter, sugar, milk, baking powder, cocoa powder, vanilla extract/essence and 2 bananas. To
Since we are on an Italian spree, we thought we’ll give you all a recipe thats refreshing, not overdone and can be made with simple ingredients from our kitchen staples. We hate it too when one has to go from store to store for some really exotic and inaccessible ingredients. So, if you ever thought… what do Italians eat for a meal, other than pasta – then it is probably this! There are numerous other similar recipes which we will bring to you really soon. For this you need 3
Everybody loves banana & caramel and when they’re put together… BOOM!! Its an explosion of flavours enhancing one another. Here is a recipe of a banana cake and you don’t even have to go through the effort of making the caramel here. We’re just going to let the banana caramelise on its own. So here’s an easy-peasy recipe for a banana cake that can satiate any pangs – hunger or desire! This is another very versatile cake. Have it with a cup of coffee in the evening, afternoon
This recipe is very close to us. Anything that is traditional or comes steeped in history, entices us to unimaginable extents. Scones is one such thing. They are said to have been originated in Scotland, England and Ireland. It’s not a surprise, given its huge consumption their. Even the Queen loves them! English afternoon tea can absolutely not take place without these. And its for a reason. If there is anything that accompanies tea very well… its scones. There’s even a term
Whole-wheat bread… who doesn’t want to bake a fresh loaf at home! We know you’ve all been eager and want to bake one yourself, especially when you’re home-locked and otherwise too. We call this a 50-50 wholewheat bread because we’re using wholewheat flour and wheat flour half and half. You can use more wholewheat flour but that’s a choice. It keeps getting denser with more wholewheat flour and lighter or fluffier with more flour. When we say more or less, it doesn’t mean more
Mushroom buns are fairly easy to make, wholesome on their own, and can be used for breakfast, packed for your office lunch, served as an evening snack or dinner accompaniment. These are simply yumm! Ingredients for the dough Here we’ve taken, flour, sugar, salt, warm water, butter, milk and yeast. You can use any yeast you’re comfortable using (fresh or dried, for fresh just double the amount of yeast in the recipe. We’ve used Fleischmann’s here. They also have 7g sachets whi