Category Archive: International Desserts

Dec 07

Japanese Cotton Cheesecake

A cake I absolutely adore and that’s saying something since am not a cheesecake lover. I waited months for my birthday to come just to order this from a baker friend and relished it. So when I saw this challenge posted by my baker friend Anuja I did the happy dance. Now there are many …

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Oct 07

Eggless Oats & Cranberry Cookies

A delicious eggless cookie with a wonderful sweet salty chewy flavour. A wonderful mix of oats, cashews and cranberries makes this cookie hard to put down. This recipe is courtesy Anuja Sule who runs a Facebook group called Simple Baking’s happy bakes and shares some wonderful recipes to attempt.     Ingredients: 113 grams cashews, toasted and …

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Oct 07

Eggless Coffee Cake

There are so many recipes out there. Some look perfect but when attempted are a dismal failure. Now I love coffee cakes and have made a few but all egg based. So when I get an order for an eggless coffee walnut cake for this weekend I readily said yes and then sat in a …

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Aug 10

Orange & Cranberry Cake

I had an order today for boozy tea cakes. 4 diff flavours. Now I do use alcohol in some of my birthday cakes (if the client demands) but usually I soak them or mix in the ganache. Never tried to booze up a tea cake When the client asked for 4 diff flavours, the bewdi …

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Aug 03

Eggless Vanilla Cupcakes

Baking without eggs is not too easy. To get the right texture and flavour i had to go through many recipes to find the one that works best. when Anuja Sule from Simple baking shared this for her bake along group, I knew it had to be a winner. This cupcake is moist, light ad …

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Jul 15

Victoria Sponge cake

One of Britain’s most loved cakes is the Victoria sponge cake that supposedly has been named after Queen Victoria. Its a moist delicious and feather light sponge that is perfect to serve at tea time. Either slather it with cream and strawberries or lightly dust it with some icing sugar. Its absolute heaven when slightly …

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Jun 23

Harry’s Brookies

My favourite cooking show is Masterchef Australia. I don’t really like the other country versions that are on air. They seem TRP focused, while the Australia one is warm, delicious and u connect with the judges as well as participants. The episode where Nigella and Matt wake up the participants for a midnight snack was …

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May 24

Mango Indulgence

I like mangoes. If I am in the mood then I love them too. Strangely I don’t like mango in any other form except as a fruit. I hate mango icecream or lassi or kulfi or barfi or etc etc. My cousin visiting from Canada decided to come to India in the peak of the …

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May 17

Fudgy Eggless Brownies

My egg based brownies turn out super awesome. Gooey and Fudgy with an amazing crust. But when it comes to eggless have not met success until now. This recipe by baking Guru Anuja Sule from Simple Baking uses flax seeds as a replacement for eggs. Its soft and fudgy and left my daughter confused as …

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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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