Category: cheese

Cauliflower Baked Upside Down With A Fish Filling 0

Cauliflower Baked Upside Down With A Fish Filling

Cauliflower baked upside down One of my recent posts had a cauliflower that was baked in white sauce. With cauliflowers in season now, they are made so often. One thing about seasonal delights is...

Pasta Pie 0

Pasta Pie

Pasta pie One pie that I had wanted to bake for a pretty long time was a pasta pie. An attempt a while ago turned out to be a little dry and I wasn’t...

Chicken Pot Pies 0

Chicken Pot Pies

We settled for pot pies today, with a filling of creamy, cheesy chicken, carrot, and potato bits. After the first forkful I kept asking myself why I hadn’t cooked this before! Although I do...

Cannelloni 0

Cannelloni

Cannelloni Regular visitors to this page know about my love for food shows. This came about because I watched Grandma’s Boy on Fox Life. Irish chef Donal Skehan travels to Italy and gets into...

Corn cakes With Cheese 0

Corn cakes With Cheese

Despite seeing the recipe and pictures, cornbread is something I hadn’t made earlier. But with the packet of polenta left in stock it was high time I used it before its shelf life was...

Year-end Guests & Quiches! 0

Year-end Guests & Quiches!

A groupie in our front-yard before heading to the airport. 2014 ended on a busy and interesting note as we had three guests from Germany. They were here for a week with a lot...

Stuffed Pumpkin Flowers 0

Stuffed Pumpkin Flowers

The other day I came across these pumpkin flowers in the market nearby. The were tied in little bundles and wrapped with leaves. I couldn’t resist the sight and thought of these blooms fried...

Asparagus & Cherry Tomato Cheese Tarts 0

Asparagus & Cherry Tomato Cheese Tarts

Asparagus is an exotic ingredient for me and one I have had just a few times. It’s not available in our city but when I come to Delhi (that’s where I am now) I...

Eggplant & Cheese Dish 0

Eggplant & Cheese Dish

Eggplants or brinjal, as they are commonly known in India, must be next to potatoes when it comes to popularity. We have them in quite a variety of ways: fried in chickpea batter with...

Ema Datsi & More Images From Bhutan 0

Ema Datsi & More Images From Bhutan

Ema Datsi and chillies at a market near Paro My first trip to Bhutan was nearly fifteen years ago to the border town of Samdrup Jongkhar. I remember having Chinese food and it didn’t...