Do you like getting caught in the rain? The feel of the ocean? Then surely, surely you must love piña coladas. Come with me, and escape into the ocean breeze and its fine spray, into a vision of those tropical coconutty beaches, into a slow afternoon, and into this exotic and dreamy piña colada — it’s the love that you’ve looked for!
Packed with equal parts nutrition and flavour, garlicky mushroom cheese galettes with caramelised onions and peppers make for a filling brunch. It has varying levels of savoury and texture, topped with a bite of bitterness, and just a little heat thrown in to bind it all together.
Dal, lentil curry, sambar and parrupu kulambu lovers: rejoice! For unto you is presented the king of lentil curries: the drumstick lentil curry. You shall find it more creamy, nutritious and glorious than just plain dal. Follow this recipe and you shall find great joy!
Loaded with goodness but uncompromising on the taste, baked eggs on a bed of vegetables are a perfect way to cleanse after a bout of festive eating. Plus, no guilt pangs whatsoever. The vegetables, cheese and egg offer a plethora of flavours and textures that make this dish simply divine!
Bacon mushroom galettes with broccoli and cheese: flaky, crisp pastry melts in your mouth to give way to a burst of crisp bacon, gooey cheese, soft yet firm mushroom and broccoli pieces, with a hint of parsley that just binds everything together in a fresh little bow. Mmmmm… scrumptious!
Oh yes, I promise you it’ll be quick: all ready to roll out in an hour! And what’s more, you’ll like this quick flaky pastry better than the long-version of flaky pastry with its buttery, flaky, light, crispy goodness. The flakes melt in no time inside your mouth to make way for whatever goodness lies atop.
Fenugreek leaves, while adding heaps of its distinctive flavour to methi chicken | chicken with dried fenugreek leaves, also bring out the flavour of the chicken much like orange halves: bitterness and tang — and we get to taste a medley of these two along with the savouriness of the chicken.
Try this cheerful golden fella and you’ll wind up with smiles and warmth and a desire for more coconut pineapple upside down cake. The taste is so familiar yet much more exotic: the marriage of caramelized pineapple with fragrant toasted coconut will take you by surprise.
The black chickpea sprouts sundal is a snack-cum-salad is crackly, crunchy and soft, and has a nutty and wholesome flavour that elevates sprouts. What a great way to reduce weight, no? A spoonful here and two spoonfuls there, and it disappears quickly.
The black chickpea sprouts Indo-Mediterranean salad is fresh and tangy, luscious and juicy, and then some. The crunch and bite from the onions, the comforting black chickpea sprouts, the soft tomatoes, coriander and mint come together gloriously in a rich and tangy dressing.