Monthly Archive: February 2016

Feb 20

Pesto Prawns

Prawns are an all time favourite and pesto is an all time favourite too. So why not combine them and give a sinful starter. Pesto prawns, saut√©ed or grilled. A perfect starter. Ingredients 1/2 cup Pesto sauce 20 pcs of prawns olive oil 1 tbsp minced garlic 1-2 red birds eye chilli – slit Lime …

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Feb 20

Inayas Bday bakes

  My daughters 10th bday cakes & return gifts The first one is a mud cake layered wit Nutella chocolates and frosted with Belgian chocolate The second one is an icecream cake. Mud cake with (Baskins) cotton candy and gold medal ribbon flavours and a salted caramel ganache on top Chocolate and strawberry cake jar …

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Feb 18

Eton Mess

Eton mess is a traditional English dessert consisting of a mixture of strawberries or bananas, pieces of meringue, and cream, which is traditionally served at Eton College’s annual cricket game against the pupils of Harrow School. Look at this beauty. A perfect share for a bunch of mad friends or even on a romantic date …

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Feb 18

Meringues

Sometimes, before we venture into the Unknown, we worry about it. Think Oh this is impossible or is it worth the effort. And most times we procrastinate or avoid trying something new for fear of failure. Meringues was something I wanted to try since quite a while but always hesitated as was worried that they …

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Feb 10

Paneer Tikka Masala

We all have those days where you are bored making the same old food. Kids crib too and imagine my kids who get so much more variety than their peers. I guess I give them too many options. Well lucky them, their mom keeps experimenting. ūüėõ Had some paneer in the fridge and was wondering …

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Feb 10

Sesame Prawn Toast

When I was little, my Mami who I call Aunty Mummy would especially make this dish for me whenever I visited her house for a meal. I would love it¬†ūüíĖ In the recent years I haven’t had prawn toast and was missing it. Read up on a few recipes and made it today. When my …

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Feb 10

Chicken Pad Thai

Pad Thai¬†is a¬†stir-fried¬†rice noodle¬†dish commonly served as a¬†street food¬†and at casual local eateries in¬†Thailand. It is made with soaked dried rice noodles. The key to perfect Pad Thai is in the cooking (or “not” cooking) of the noodles Ingredients Flat rice noodles (boiled but little al dente) 1 pkt button mushrooms (slit to 4pcs) 5 …

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Feb 04

Coconut and Almond Macaroon

Super sinful right? I died and went to heaven. Crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside and with a drizzle of melted chocolate to this coconut and almond macaroon is the perfect lift me up. Its a recipe I had saved over 9 months ago, that I kept thinking back to but never really …

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