Crepe Torte

Anna Olson has become one of my favorite YouTube chefs. There are quite a few recipes that are easy to make, everything required is readily available in desi market, and it does not burn a hole in the pocket. This time I tried the Chocolate Orange Torte by Anna Olson. This is beautiful torte of … Continue reading Crepe Torte

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Sesame Bread

Recently, I went for Umrah with my family. It always is an amazing spiritual journey. Our first stop was Madina. While walking to the mosque from our hotel, we would see different kinds of shops, most of which are restaurants and baqalas (sort of small supermarkets or general stores). While the eateries mostly cater to … Continue reading Sesame Bread

Spicy Yogurt with Fried Olives

Are you a Masterchef fan? I love watching Masterchef Australia and Masterchef US, even though MAsterchef US is becoming more and more mediocre every year. Masterchef Australia, on the other hand, is a delight to watch. This year was fantastic, though I do have some reservations about the winner. This year one whole week was … Continue reading Spicy Yogurt with Fried Olives

Tiramisu

I have been away from my blog for long; long enough that I couldn't remember what the new post page looks like :$. But hey, I am back with a bang (read dessert). I find it hard to make Italian recipes because of their use of various kinds of cheese.Most of them aren't easily available … Continue reading Tiramisu

Watermelon Juice

Ramadan is pretty hot this year. And it has me dreaming about juices. One of the juices I read about is Watermelon juice on another Pakistani food blog, Tickle those Taste Buds. They also have an album dedicated to Ramadan recipes on their facebook page.I am not too fond of watermelon. When my dad does … Continue reading Watermelon Juice