Baked Feta Pasta

More often than not, recipes that claim to be easy can still feel a bit intimidating. This is not one of those recipes. As long as you understand the very basics of your oven, you are good to go. This recipe was first introduced by a Finnish blogger Jenni Heyrinen who calls it uunifetapasta (Finnish for…

Pineapple Chicken

It is 32°C right now in Bangkok. I am sitting in my living room picturing that beach club, the gentle wind blowing, the soft sound of waves crashing, that cocktail and that perfectly grilled chicken, succulent, flavoursome and giving me the tropical feels. With that thought brimming through my head, I jumped off the couch,…

Tzatziki

Every time in my travels, when I get to try new cuisines I make a mental note of the recipes to try once I get home. This simple Greek yoghurt sauce was undeniably one of those. Every restaurant would serve this in some form or the other; As a “mezze”- an appetizer, or a spread…

Chicken Kebab on skewers

Believe it or not this recipe is meant for my lazy days. Kebabs somehow sound so daunting but in actual, these are super easy as long as you are generous with the seasoning and spices. This recipe works delightfully with other options like white firm fish, prawns and even paneer. There is a trick to…

Brownies

Browniessss…. Aren’t they like your forever craving? There isn’t any one person that I know who ever says, “No I don’t feel like having brownies”, ever! I am sharing with you a super basic recipe. One that you can whip up with your kids minus any complicated equipments and for bonus the recipe is so…

The Spicy Mangosteen Salad

Mangosteen in a Thai Salad In this post, the (wo)man of the hour is the queen of fruits, The mangosteen. Legend has it that mangosteen attained it’s title as queen after Queen Victoria of Britain, heard of this delicious purple beauty growing in Asia and offered an award to anyone who could deliver the fruit…

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Edamame Fried Rice

Edamame soybeans to us are like a snack, disguised as a vegetable. Once you pop one into your mouth. You simply cannot stop there. Here’s another quick, 5 minutes prep and 10 minutes cooking recipe for an easy weekday meal from my kitchen to yours. Ingredients:- • 250g Edamame soybeans store bought* • ½ large…