Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Creamy Pumpkin soup

Winters are almost here. The best thing about winters are the soup-sipping evenings. I like it the most. This pumpkin soup is very creamy and delicious. Halloween is round the corner in west, so I thought it would be the perfect time for this soup. The recipe is simple and easy. Go ahead and try it. hope you like it!!

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Pumpkin Coconut Halwa

Happy Diwali to all of you! Well one more day to go for sweets, without a care, then have to get back to fitness -conscious diets. Anyways, this recipe is very delicious. I love pumpkins and coconuts and this recipe has both. I used to think that almost all diwali sweets recipes are similar, but trust me it's all about using ingredients in  perfect proportions, and that creates a perfect sweet, with it's own distinguished taste. This recipe finishes my Diwali special week. Hope you like them all!!

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Strawberry Mousse (Diwali special)

Happy Dhanteras to all! Here is a quick post, we all are busy i know. This mousse recipe is( my favorite, preparations can be done a day head. Hope u like it!!

Monday, 20 October 2014

Dates Sweets (Diwali special)

Another no sugar sweet but still sweet haha! Diwali shopping is at its peak, really love new style diyas in the market, very colourful n catchy! This recipe is very easy to make though preparation time takes a little longer, but tastes good. I have used dried dates but you can  use any dates you have. Hope you will like it!!

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Oats Coconut Ladoos

I love sweets and Diwali means to tickle your sweet buds till they go crazy. So let us satisfy our sweet tooth in a healthy way. Diwali sweets generally have lots of ghee, milk, sugar and are very rich, well who cares, it's Diwali after all, but those who care, this recipe is for you. Easy to make and healthy to eat. I call them healthy nariyal ladoos (coconut balls). So eat without a care! Hope you will like it!!

Friday, 17 October 2014

Strawberry Sondesh

So Diwali celebration is about to start, or should I say has already been started after all shopping is also a part of celebration, isn't it? The food blog world is ultra busy with diwali special sweets and recipes, so here's a little contribution from my side too. I really love this bright festival which symbolises wealth, happiness and prosperity. My first Diwali special sweet is sondesh with a mild taste of strawberries. Sondesh is a very famous sweet in India and very easy to make at home, which is very rewarding. Hope you like it!!! HAPPY DIWALI!

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Spicy Plum Sauce

Plums are a juicy, sweet and tart taste power food. They are an excellent source of antioxidants and have a good amount of vitamins and minerals. I like having them raw but using them in recipes, is a good experience. They have a very unique tarty, sweet and sour taste which brings a new touch to your recipes. Well, this sauce recipe is quite easy and very spicy and I always use it as a sandwich spread with any filling at hand. Last week, I tried these salami sandwiches using this sauce. They were very tasty.

Everybody loves peanut butter and a good combo of peanut butter and plums gives this sauce a nice creamy texture and a nutty taste. Nothing is as good as homemade peanut butter, which is so easy to make (soon I'll post it). So the freshness of plums, goodness of peanut butter and the spiciness of chillies makes this sauce a worth try. Hope you will like it!!! Get the recipe here!!