Easy mango sorbet

This is an easy, no ice cream maker sorbet, so easy to whip up and eat guilty free all summer long. Mango sorbet Mango chunks- 3 cups; Use either ripe mangos or frozen mango chunks Unsweetened pineapple juice- 1/2 cup Almond milk- 1/4 cup Blend all the ingredients together until smooth. Pour into a container … More Easy mango sorbet

Apple Muffins

I’ll be honest with you, I’m not so fond of fruits. I need coercion, lots of coercion to eat my daily dose of fruits. If they are in some other form such as a juice or a smoothie, all the better. So, when my friend gifted me a fruit bowl, I wasn’t sure what to … More Apple Muffins

Mango Payasam

Payasam is the name for a sweet dish we prepare in Kerala, India. Traditionally payasam is made out of rice flakes (called Ada) or jaggery, lentils and sometimes vermicelli or banana. It is prepared with milk and sugar and the preparation time takes about 25-30 minutes. The only fruits we make payasam with are banana … More Mango Payasam


Phirni is an Indian dessert which is easy to make and super tasty. You can easily whip it up for an after dinner dessert. Phirni essentially means rice pudding, but you can flavor it differently to add a bit more taste. I personally love kesari phirni ‘saffron rice pudding’ the best. The saffron lends a … More Phirni

An Italian affair

I’ve been getting a bit bored of cooking Indian food daily. I mean, Indian food is awesome and I really do like eating it on a daily basis, but it can get a bit monotonous. Sometimes you don’t want that spiciness and flavor, like the other day when I wanted to cook some blander food. … More An Italian affair