Timeless Classics: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Ah – chocolate chip cookies. Who doesn’t love them? Freshly baked, with melting morsels of pure chocolate chips; better even when tasted warm, just out of the oven. This is the very first product I baked. I remember my American friends trading it to me eagerly in exchange for a demonstration of the classic sheera…

Cold brew coffee

It’s a phenomenon taking over the world, one tall glass at a time. Right from the world’s most elite roasteries and cafes who have it on tap, to your friendly neighborhood haunt, cold-brewed coffee is becoming very popular. Unlike hot brewed coffee that uses hot water to create the perfect cup, the cold-brew technique uses…

Braised chicken (a la Dum Murgh)

Here’s a recipe for Braised chicken, a la Dum Murgh, a personal favorite! This is perfect for when you need something flavorful and hearty! 

Classic Ratatouille

As a nod to the eponymous 2007 Disney Pixar film, here’s my  recipe for Ratatouille, a stewed vegetable preparation traditionally from the Provence region of the South of France. Read more about the film here! Serves 2 Ingredients 1 tsp olive oil for greasing For the tomato sauce 1 tbsp olive oil 10 gm (4/5 cloves)…

Jaggery masala chai

The perfect monsoon staple is masala chai – strong and redolent with the aroma of spices. Try this recipe – it substitutes sugar with jaggery for a superbly earthy flavor that goes beautifully with the spice kick!