The brilliant no-bake blueberry cheesecake is a silky and seductive enchantress. Your hand and mouth will take on a life of their own as they indulge and wallow unabashedly in those creamy, cheesy arms. Come, feel what is it is like to be under her spell. There’s nothing like it!
…And we’re back with our Monthly Giveaway! This month is all about teas, coffees and beers. How so? We’re ensuring that you’re equipped with the perfect little tea maker, a moka pot and two enormous Chumbak mugs that’ll hold your beers, oatmeal smoothies, milkshakes.
This distinctively piquant Mangalorean pork curry, otherwise known as Kudla panji kari will capture your heart, tongue and stomach from the very first time you set eyes on its alluring fire brick hue and taste that glorious porky goodness. ‘Nuff written. It’s time to eat!
Get ready to be wonderfully surprised with this Dutch Asian pear pie: a buttery and crumbly oatmeal streusel gives way to a creamy and crunchy filling that sits atop a light and flaky crust. These pale yellow beauties burst forth with sweet nectar that bellies their crunchy and grainy structure.
There’s nothing else that infuses warmth as tenderly as these mini monsoon comrades and some hot tea on a cold and rainy day. Crispy, brown and scaarrrumptious, masala vadas, otherwise known as paruppu vadais are guaranteed mood lifters too.
This tangy and spicy, rich and earthy, quick and easy, and so beautifully ochre, onion tomato chutney moonlights as a gravy and sauce as well, and makes for a great accompaniment for dosas, idlis, appams, rice, pasta and chips or you could eat dollops of it just as it is.
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What happens when you take a Dutch apple pie to another dimension? You get a heavenly Dutch apple pie cookies that pack all the charming yumminess of an apple pie and the enchanting goodness of a crumbly oatmeal streusel, and release oodles of buttery and zesty flavours.
Eggs and dill fry marries the aromatic dill with the robust eggs to give rise to an earthy and homely dish that can be eaten at any time of day: for breakfast on toast of for lunch with any flat bread or for dinner as a side with rice and gravy — or you could just mix it with rice.
This cake will draw you like a siren with one whiff, without the bells and whistles (read: icing). It’s simply that glorious! It’s light, not too dense, it’s moist, and simply delightful. You won’t feel heavy after you eat it, making it a perfect tea cake. Or an anytime cake. It is epic, after all.
There’s nothing more satisfying than wiping your plate clean off of Goan chouriço fry with a piece of pão. The dish was tailor made for that particularly slow Sunday afternoon when you’re feeling indolent, and only have the energy to stuff your mouth with all that spicy porky goodness.
A glass of cold mango lassi or mango smoothie quenches like no other during those endless sultry hours. So tropical, so summery. And goooood! Like the way Bruce (Jim Carey) says it in Bruce Almighty. You’ll only need 5 ingredients, a blender and a glass or two.
Oh yes, you read right. There does exist a quick and easy chicken recipe. And you’ll find it right here, folks! This family favourite is mildly spiced, and doesn’t cut back on the flavour. The fragrant roasted coconut, cloves, cinnamon and fennel seeds make it heady!