Creamy Carrot Sandwich

I don’t know about you but in my house, the carrot gets a bit of a step-motherly treatment. I take it for granted, don’t give it too much of importance, use it as a filler in combination with other vegetables and its presence solely dependent on the quantity needed and never stopping to consider its feelings.…

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Hi Tea Spread | Masala Chai Muffins

This is the final post in this week’s Thali series. My sister-in-law gifted me a cupcake / hi tea stand and I have been planning to use it in the blog for ages now. I didn’t want to miss the chance this time and so I figured making a hi tea spread for the Thali…

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Pita Bread

Pita bread is one of the most popular and the classic dish of the Lebanese cuisine. The Pita is a leavened bread made with all purpose flour. We can either cook it on the stove top or bake in the oven. Having tried both methods, I definitely recommend baking it. The pita puffs up beautifully…

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Falafel

My theme for this week is Lebanese cuisine. Of course, the first few dishes that come to mind are pita bread, hummus and falafel. I was wondering if it would be too cliche to make these dishes for this theme but then I figured it is unbelievable that I still don’t have these classic recipes…

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Nutella Feta Delight

  This is funny but I have never tried Nutella before. Like never ever. Like, the jar you see in the picture above is my first ever jar of Nutella. Yeah, I know. How do people like me exist? I don’t know why but I always equated Nutella to peanut butter and I am not…

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