Date Walnut Muffin

I love a good loaf of Banana Bread, no doubt there. But, I think it has had a bit too much of glory while there are other amazing options as well, like a Date Walnut bread. Naturally sweetened because of the date this also packs texture from the walnuts. This is also a hit at…

Torta Caprese – a Chocolate Almond cake

Torta Caprese is an Italian Chocolate Almond cake. It is flour less, and a dense cake. I really wanted to try this recipe and there’s no many variation of the recipe. Here’s my version of the recipe. INGREDIENTS 200 grams almond flour or almond meal 200 grams dark chocolate 200 grams butter 3/4 cup sugar…

Chocolate Babka – a Jewish Sweet Bread

I was watching a Netflix food show when I got to know about this dish. I knew instantly that I have to try this. I am so glad that I did this. Yes, it’s a bit of a process and takes some effort, but you need to try this once. The end result will justify…

No-Bake Chocolate Pie

Okay, so this one is super easy. no baking, no cooking required. You can whip this up in less than 30 minutes and put in in the fridge to set overnight. You have a decadent chocolate pie ready just in time for breakfast. INGREDIENTS 100 grams bitter sweet dark chocolate 1 1/4 cups cream cheese,…

Kheer – Not a rice pudding

Kheer for Bengalis is a different delicacy altogether. It’s not a rice pudding. But then again, we are unique. Peanuts are “Badaam” to us. So no wonder we don’t play by the rules. Coming back, this is a simple recipe with only 3 ingredients, but very very time consuming. You will be standing in front…

Payesh – For a new beginning

In every Bengali household, Payesh is a must for birthday celebration. It only seems fitting that I celebrate the birth of my Food blog with Payesh. It’s a rice pudding, that rest of India calls “Kheer” or “Payasam”, though “Kheer” means something completely different for us bongs, but that’s for a different post. The major…