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Caramel Chocolate Brownies
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Caramel Chocolate Brownies

These caramel chocolate brownies are requested by everyone – fudgy, chocolaty and deliciously moist! So addictive that you need to have another piece! If I had to pick a dessert that I made the most at home, it would probably be chocolate brownies. Or wait the one bowl chocolate cake is a close second but these brownies are just love! I discovered this particular recipe on the King Arthur Flour website a couple of years ago – the brownies are…

Baking/ Chicken/ Healthy Eating/ Recipes/ Snacks

Granola Crusted Chicken Tenders

This delicious & healthy recipe features baked granola crusted chicken tenders that are made using artisanal granola from Nora got Sweet Tooth. About nine months back or so I saw this advert by a new home caterer who was planning to introduce granola and meusli. The advert piqued my interest because I love granola and it is the easiest breakfast possible. Add yoghurt/milk and you are done. A few days later I messaged her to ask for the prices. She…

This simple recipe will take you back to the Desi chicken patties you used to get from the corner bakery. Crisp & flaky puff golden pastry filled with shredded chicken in a creamy white sauce.
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Desi Chicken Patties

This simple recipe will take you back to the Desi chicken patties you used to get from the corner bakery. Crisp & flaky puff golden pastry filled with shredded chicken in a creamy white sauce. Fresh from the bakery oven, these Desi chicken patties were (still are) one of my favorite childhood snacks. Crispy puff pastry that kept on flaking with every bite, the ‘milky’ chicken filling and the top circle of puff pastry that we would eat plain or…

The freshest fruit should be used to make this comforting peach and plum crumble baked with a brown sugar & oats crumble topping. Serve warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice-cream.
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Peach & Plum Crumble

The freshest fruit should be used to make this comforting peach and plum crumble baked with a brown sugar & oats crumble topping. Serve warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice-cream. For those of you who are following my Facebook page, you would know that I am out of town on a vacation. As much as I am enjoying spending time with the family & sight-seeing one of the best parts about this trip has to be all the yum food…

This is a quick & simple recipe for a cheesy chicken casserole bake made using chicken mince, white sauce, ketchup and lots of mozzarella cheese on top.
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Cheesy Chicken Casserole Bake

This is a quick & simple recipe for a cheesy chicken casserole bake made using chicken mince, white sauce, ketchup and lots of mozzarella cheese on top. We all have those days when we want comfort food – something quick, scrumptious and with lots of melted cheese. This chicken & cheese casserole is one of those recipes. Not only is it simple to make but it lends itself to endless variations all limited only by the contents of your fridge.…

This delicious banana bread with a hint of cinnamon is a hybrid between a sweet cake and a hearty bread loaf. Make sure you use ripe banana's for the best flavor.
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Banana Bread

This delicious banana bread with a hint of cinnamon is a hybrid between a sweet cake and a hearty bread loaf. Make sure you use ripe banana’s for the best flavor. I have tried out quite a few recipes of banana bread over the years but this particular recipe has to be the best I have tried. It’s by Curtis Stone who who is one of my favorite celebrity chefs courtesy MasterChef Australia (need to watch the latest season). A…

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Lasagne

This delicious lasagne made with mincemeat, white sauce, mushrooms and lots of cheese is seasoned with Pakistani spices for a Desi kick.  The spelling of lasagne has always confused me. Is it lasagna or lasagne? Turns out both are correct, depending on the speaker’s origin. English speakers from North America call it lasagna whereas people outside North America use lasagne. The word itself originates from the Italian language, because of course, the recipe is from Italy. In Italian, lasagna is…