A one-pan chicken and potato roast with herbs ~ an easy and delicious, no-fuss meal..
“Christmas time is here
Happiness and cheer
Fun for all that children call
Their favorite time of the year”
One of my favorite Christmas songs and here is a recipe to match it.
A luscious and rich pasta dish that you will love!
The temperature outside stills says it’s summer. However, stores here are already stocking up and displaying Fall decorations? Hmm. Maybe it’s time to get ready for Fall.
So here’s presenting a luscious and rich recipe that will be perfect for the chilly and colder months. But if you want to enjoy it right away, no one’s stopping you! 🙂 Continue reading
Flan – easy to prepare and luscious to eat
This is my first food post. And what is it on? But of course, dessert. 🙂
Coming from city of Kolkata in India, sweets surround our lives. There is a sweet shop in every nook and corner of the city, some are big-wigs in the business while others are small scale shops. People eat sweets as a snack, as dessert and of course if you invite guests to your house you will inevitably receive a box-full of sweet treats. In short, everyone Loves their sweets! We will go into the Bengali favorites in later blogs but for now let me tell you this about this strange yet real person who grew up amidst all this sweet-eating frenzy but never for once developed the very Bengali sweet tooth. Me. Yes. I am the anomaly. It’s not ‘dieting’. I never diet. My threshold of sweet consumption is two squares of 70% dark chocolate (if that makes sense) and maybe one ‘Bancharam’ sweet (Calcuttans, you will know this). But an even stranger thing is I love making desserts, Indian or Western. Continue reading