Category Archives: Recipes

Leche Frita / Fried Milk

Leche Frita literally means Fried Milk, and is a Spanish sweet made of extra thick milk pudding which is battered and deep fried, and then finally rolled in cinnamon and sugar.

This is quite easy to make and the results are absolutely spectacular! Its basically a cruncy, warm custard that oozes out at the first bite. Yes, I know you might not understand what I meant by this right now, but I’m sure you will after we go through the recipe!

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30 Minute Stovetop Skillet Lasagna

I am always in the search for easy mid week meals which are not only quick and easy but also comforting and satisfying. And yes, being an Indian, Daal Chawal is always a solution. But this day, I wanted to have something different ( because of the bad luck that had followed me around since the morning ), and being a fan of Italian food, what better than a cheesy and yummy lasagna!

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Salted Caramel Fudge Brownies

Sweet and salty are two flavors that are absolutely delicious together. Salted Caramel is the ultimate desert charger and can be used as a syrup to pour over many other desserts to maximize the heavenly experience. Well, that’s what I’ve done today! These divine chocolaty chewy brownies with the lovely salted caramel layer ( which tastes like butter toffee by the way ) on top is a match made in heaven! I don’t even have words to describe it! You will HAVE to try this to experience this heavenly combination of flavors!
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Chicken Pickle

You may have had many types of pickles – mango, garlic, ginger, lemon, carrot, turnip, cucumber or even onion and many more. But do you know, you can make pickles with chicken too? Yes, you can! So this is for all those “chickentarians ( chicken lovers )” like me who search for chicken in every single dish!

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5 Ingredient Smokey Chipotle Chicken

This 5 ingredient  Chipotle Chicken has a smokey flavor from the chipotle aka smoke-dried jalapeños. It is a chili used primarily in Mexican and Mexican-inspired cuisines, such as Mexican-American, Tex-Mex, and southwestern dishes. This garlicy and smokey chicken is the perfect chicken to enjoy the weekend nights with, paired with some beer maybe 😉 Also, let me tell you, this is kid- approved! I served this last night to my 5 little cousin sisters, and it was gone in seconds! Mind you, seconds! And of course, loved by everyone else too! Plus, these are really easy to make and require only 3 other basic ingredients, apart from Chipotle paste and chicken of course.

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One Lovely Blog Award

I woke up this morning to a comment on my Mangalorean Coconut Chicken Curry Post from Lindsay ( @letterstodutch ) that she had nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award. So firstly, a heartfelt thanks to you, my dear, for nominating me! Head over to her blog  to know more about her! Letters To Dutch is a creative lifestyle blog sharing relatable stories, simple recipes, unique DIY crafts, parenting ideas and much more! Lindsay is an awesome and beautiful women, a wonderful mommie to a lovely little boy named Dutch and a really talented and humble person. I have always loved her stories and posts! Head to her blog right now and follow her if you haven’t yet!

One Lovely Blog Award

The One Lovely Blog Award is a special piece of recognition given out by the blogging community in order to recognize lovely, new blogs. I have been blogging since around 3 months now and I am totally impressed by how helpful, kind and humble the blogging community is! You can never go wrong because you always have support from so many different bloggers around the globe. This award gives an opportunity to bloggers around the world to connect with each other and to know about each other, so no matter you win or not, its always a win-win situation ! I am so honored to be a part of this!

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Mangalorean Coconut Chicken Curry

This Mangalorean Chicken Curry, also known as Kori Ghassi, is a special type of the world famous chicken curry, where pieces of Chicken are cooked in a spicy coconut gravy. And when I say coconut, it means a lot of coconut ( Fresh and coconut milk ) . This is my family’s goto weekend chicken curry recipe! Traditionally, this curry is spicy, but the sweetness of the fresh coconut offsets the heat from the chilies to some extent. This recipe is not totally authentic, but its a much more easier ( as I have used very basic ingredients that you will most probably find at your home ) and healthier version of the traditional Kori Ghassi.

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Raspberry and Strawberry Sorbet


This 2 ingredients berrilicious Raspberry and Strawberry Sorbet is absolutely delightful! Looks scrumptious and tastes even better! This is the perfect dessert to treat your mom with this Mother’s day!

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No Machine Fresh Mango Ice Cream

Its the season of the king of fruits! Yup, you guessed it right! Fresh mangoes are in season now! With the temperatures soaring everywhere, ice cream has become more of a requirement than a treat! Well, atleast for me 😉 And this homemade no machine mango icecream is a must for summers!

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No Machine Coconut Burfi Icecream

This creamy and crunchy combination featuring the well known and much loved Coconut Burfi in the form of home made creamy no machine ice cream is the best way to beat the heat this summer!

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