There are days when I don’t feel like working too hard. Luckily, there are tricks that can make a simple dessert taste divine. One such example is of the Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fudge Sauce by Nigella Lawson. You are a lucky person if you have ever tasted this sauce.
Trust me when I say this: it is so worth it. Here’s what you’ll need. Continue reading
I know, I know. Not enough recipes coming your way. I have been busy. Promise. We made these delicious cupcakes about a month ago. It was very very late at night and five girls had nothing better to do than try a Nigella Lawson recipe.
These were good and I will definitely be trying them again. I topped the cupcakes with some maltesers instead of coffee beans. Dense chocolate and espresso are a winner together. Want to give it a try? Here’s what you’ll need. Continue reading
I remember watching BBC Food a few years ago. There was a British home, an old woman, rain, tea and fish cakes. I can’t recall who the chef was but I remember the (then unfamiliar) combination of fish and potatoes. I was tempted. Since then, these have evolved into a desi version of a tea time snack.
I am starting to understand there is more British in me than I ever realized. My love for baking starts and ends with BBC Food. Anyways, here’s what you’ll need to make the tempting treat seen in the picture above. Continue reading
I am addicted to Mary Berry recipes lately. She is good, I mean, really good. She is second in line to the Domestic Goddess Throne after, of course, the lovely queen herself, Nigella Lawson. The reason I say it is because her recipes turn out great. She doesn’t explain them as well as Nigella or experiment as much as her but they work just fine. I can’t say that about Martha Stewart recipes. I haven’t yet understood her technique. Moving on, I tried the Orange Fork Biscuits by Mary Berry.
I have tweaked the recipe a little and here’s what you’ll need. Continue reading
I absolutely love it when my friends cook something delicious and share their joy. I have always said that sharing recipes is love (reminds me of that movie ‘The Ramen Girl‘). This guest post is from a bright girl named Alina, who will always be six years old in my mind. She is all grown up now and was sweet enough to share this recipe.
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I know you love it, I do too. Caramel Nut Bars or Gachak, as we know it in Pakistan, is the one candy every one likes to make at home. You can use any type of nuts or mixture of them. I used peanuts.
I will try a fancier version with the biscuits, soon. Till then, here’s what you’ll need. Continue reading