Sweetcorn fritters with spicy chunky salsa

Total time: 0:30 Prep: 0:20 Cook: 0:10 Level: Easy Serves: 4 people Ingredients 3 tbsp. corn oil 325 g. frozen sweetcorn kernels 2 eggs, beaten 100 g. plain flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 spring onion, finely chopped 1 red chilli, finely chopped 10 g. coriander, chopped For the salsa 1 avocado 2 salad tomatoes, finely diced 1 red pepper, deseeded and diced half lime, ... Read More »

Avocado toast with feta, mint and celery

Total time: 0:07 Prep: 0:05 Cook: 0:02 Level: Easy Serves: 1 person Ingredients 1 slice sourdough bread, toasted half ripe avocado, mashed squeeze of lime 20 g. feta cheese 1 stick celery, sliced 2-3 mint leaves, torn salt and pepper, to serve Directions Combine the mashed avocado and lime juice and season well. Spread on the toast. Spread the celery slices over the avocado then ... Read More »

Spiced ratatouille with sweet potatoes

Nutrition: 170 calories 8g fat (1g saturates) 24g carbohydrates Total time:1:25 Prep:0:25 Cook:1:00 Level: Easy Serves: 1-2 people Ingredients Main ingredients 3 courgettes, cut into 1 cm cubes 1 medium aubergine, cut into 1 cm cubes 1 red onion, sliced 3 garlic cloves, sliced 1 red pepper, halved, deseeded and sliced 3 medium carrots – about 225 g – cut into 1 ... Read More »

Swedish Saffron-Orange Knots

TOTAL TIME 40m PREP TIME 10 m CALORIES 485 Swedish Saffron-Orange Knots recipe is a delicious delight that feels like an explosion of sweet and sour flavors in the mouth. Prepared using all purpose flour, milk, eggs, saffron, brown sugar, walnuts and cinnamon with a hint of orange zest, it is a mouth-watering dessert recipe that can be enjoyed after ... Read More »

What is the difference between cookies and biscuits

1. An overview After a tiring day at work, relishing masala tea or coffee on the terrace of the house along with your favourite biscuit or cookie is the real bliss. But, while you enjoy the flavours, have you ever thought what the real difference between biscuits and cookies is? Often shaped as discs, the two celebrated snack items (also ... Read More »

7 simple and easy tips to keep the chicken moist in your recipes

1. The art of cooking Cooking is an art and to be a skilled artisan you need to know the tricks and tips right to fill the canvas called plate with colours in form of flavourful and tender dishes. Today, we are going to share some simple and easy tips to play with chicken correctly so that when you cook ... Read More »

Here’s why white chocolate is different from brown chocolate

1. The origin Think of a low day at work and then the magic that one bite of dark chocolate that transformed your mood! Actually, the joy that we experience after having chocolate is real and science has proved it time and again. As we tried to trace the origin of this magical therapy, we got to know that chocolate ... Read More »

What makes paneer or cottage cheese a powerhouse of nutrients

1. The magical paneer! Are you a vegetarian, who craves for something good like paneer or cottage cheese? Then stop for a while, because after reading this piece of information you will start loving it even more. The ever-so-versatile paneer is not just a powerhouse of protein, but also an effective means of losing weight. Don’t you believe? Scroll through ... Read More »

10 weird ice-cream flavours you must try this summer!

1. Variety is the spice of life! Digging into a large tub of ice cream while reading our favourite book or watching our favourite show is what remains among the most cherished memories of summer for most of us. While we all have our favourites when it comes to ice creams ranging from vanilla and strawberry to chocolate, black currant, ... Read More »

Paneer Jalebi: The Denser Cousin of Jalebi Is Nothing Like Anything You Have Had Before

If there is anything that can compete with the phenomenon of samosa in this country, it has to be the crisp and sweet jalebi. It was somewhere in the 13th century that the west Asian import made inroads into the culinary map of India, as Zolabiya, and here we are eight centuries later, absolutely hooked to our dearjalebi. Crispy, coiled and ever-so delightful jalebi, is staple across all halwais and ... Read More »