I absolutely like citrus fruit in dessert especially cake. While I have made a lot of lemon and lime drizzle cakes, I have always been in the hunt for a loaf with a particular texture without the adddition of too
I am so glad that I live in Karnataka, a millet rich state of India . We are lucky to have access to a wide variety of millets rice. Thankfully, for Celiacs like me it is a blessing as they
I am one of those persons who thinks fruit and vegetables are a visual treat! Their natural colour is such a mood booster for me and also part of the reason I love grocery shopping. One of the things I
I do not have much of a sweet tooth but I definitely like baking cakes. My husband happily used to polish off most of it until recently as he is now off sugar and he can’t have anything that is
I have been using sourdough discard in almost all my food since the lockdown started in March. I find it a great way to use less eggs, gum, nut flours, and oil. It gives the dough the pliability which makes
For almost 2 years I have been trying to perfect my Sourdough recipes. Finally around a year ago I sat down to read Sandor Katz ‘ The Art of Fermentation’ again. It is a book which is an an Encyclopaedia
This season I have been busy with a lot of things all which have brought me cheer, both personally and professionally. .. I wanted to put this up a while back but ‘Life in General’ got in the way. I
For the last two weeks my social media feeds were filled with images of Indian sweets in preparation for Diwali and I kept drooling at the pictures. I love the flavour of Indian sweets but sometimes find most cloyingly sweet.
One of the things I do at the end of everyday is figure out what I can have for breakfast the next day. On most days I have my idly or dosa batter ready so there is nothing much to
Most of my recipes are a result of the intended recipe not working out. I am all about making ‘Lemonades out of the the Lemons thrown at me’ . Also happens to be my approach at living life these days!