Baked Eggplant Sticks

Here’s a snack that seems decadent and yet delivers a healthy crunch. Baked Eggplant/Brinjal Sticks can be delectable starters for your get togethers or just relish them hot while watching a game on television alongside a chilled beer or your favourite fizzy drink. Below are the steps for you all; Preparation Time 10 minutes Baking Time 12-13 minutes Makes 24 sticks (depends upon the size of the eggplant/brinjal) Main Ingredients Eggplant/Brinjal … Continue reading Baked Eggplant Sticks

Litchi Milk Shake – Thirsty Thursdays

Litchi/Lychee has been a favourite fruit of our family. As kids, we used to wait for the litchi season. The season for this fruit is usually very short but thanks to the cold storages these days we can relish these all year through. Litchi juice is quite popular but not too long ago I got introduced to Litchi Milk Shake. Since then, I became it’s … Continue reading Litchi Milk Shake – Thirsty Thursdays

Crispy Chicken – Chinese New Year Special

The most-anticipated event in China’s calendar ‘Chinese New Year’ is over the weekend. This year is the year of the Fire Rooster, which last fell in 1957. Staying in Singapore has added CNY as a time of festivities for us too. The celebrations here go on for around two weeks, involving the traditional lion dances, ringing bells and lighting firecrackers. Everyone at the workplaces are at a lighter … Continue reading Crispy Chicken – Chinese New Year Special

Roasted Portobello Mushrooms

Hi there! Add a new dish to your next barbecue party ‘Roasted Portobello Mushrooms’. These cups taste incredible both when hot or cold. We had this for our last barbecue party and it was a hit. Everyone loved the burst of flavours in their mouth when they had these beauties. Here’s the step by step recipe for you all; Preparation Time 15 minutes Inactive Time 60 minutes Cooking … Continue reading Roasted Portobello Mushrooms

Laal Saag Aalu (Spiced Amaranth Leaves and Potato) – Shack Saturdays

Laal Saag (Amaranth Leaves or Red Spinach) Aalu (Potato) brings back a lot of fond childhood memories. We used to have it with dal and steamed rice for lunch. Last evening, we brought Laal Saag from the Indian Supermarket here in Singapore. I decided to cook it for lunch today. Cooked with a lot of love and nostalgia, Laal Saag Aalu came extremely appetising. We had it with … Continue reading Laal Saag Aalu (Spiced Amaranth Leaves and Potato) – Shack Saturdays

Eggless Banana and Chocolate Chip Muffin – Shack Saturdays

Hola! Hope you all are doing well and the weekend’s going great so far! Many of our readers requested for the eggless version of the banana muffins I posted last time. I tried substituting egg with milk and plain yogurt for this one and the result was as good as the ones with egg. I used Olive Oil instead of butter to make them healthier. So, here’s the … Continue reading Eggless Banana and Chocolate Chip Muffin – Shack Saturdays

Dark Chocolate and Walnut Cake

Hola! Hope you all are doing well and had fantastic holidays! Here’s some indulgence for you people, a very easy to make dark chocolate and walnut cake. Least time-consuming and hassle-free. I made this for my munchkin’s 6th month birthday and although he cannot eat all this yet but my better half and I relished every bite 🙂 🙂 Preparation Time 15-20 minutes Baking Time 30-35 minutes … Continue reading Dark Chocolate and Walnut Cake