Tutti frutti cake is a popular Indian cake. I’ve grown up eating this cake and it’s one of my favorite tea time cakes. I don’t mind eating it as a snack too. It’s a pretty simple cake that uses a basic sponge cake. It’s made using the usual suspects, flour, butter, eggs and sugar. For an extra buttery flavor, I’ve added butter extract, but you can skip that. Please read notes below for egg alternatives. I’ve already shared some handy tips to get a flat top cake in my Rich Christmas fruit cake post, I’ve pasted that content in the notes below too. Continue reading →
Hello folks! How is everyone? I hope you’ll had a safe and fabulous Diwali.
So today I have a pretty simple recipe to share with you’ll, it’s a simple Goan curry, that I just recently learnt from my mum in law who in turn learnt it from her mum. Oh ! My in laws are visiting us, and will be staying with us for a couple of months. So I’m definitely trying to learn and document as much Goan recipes as I can 🙂 Continue reading →
Deviled eggs are such a great appetizer or a great side to a meal.
So what’s the history of deviled eggs? It got me curious to know how the name ‘deviled’ originated, and here’s what I found on google-
The roots of modern-day deviled eggs can be traced back to ancient Rome, where eggs were boiled, seasoned with spicy sauces and then typically served at the beginning of a meal—as a first course known as gustatio—for wealthy patricians. Continue reading →