Anzac Ginger Cookies Eggless with Ossoro Baketitude

    Anzac biscuits are possibly the easiest biscuits to make. These are eggless biscuits. Chunky and wholesome, they make a great snack. They go equally well with cold milk and hot coffee and they go especially well with tea.  That tea that we drink, the one that has ginger and all the masalas.  I Read More

Buckwheat Almond laddu kuttu laddu Baketitude

Buckwheat flour is nutty when roasted with Desi ghee or burnt butter. There’s just an aromatic taste that you’ll never find in any other gluten free flours. Even the Singhara or water chestnut flour doesn’t come close. Now that I have been using so much alternative flours for baking, I wanted to try it out in Read More

Samak Samvat Rice Arancini Baketitude

#navratri2018 Today is the fifth day of fasting and I’m fairly sick of eating only fruit. I’ve been craving something crisp and yummy.  But I don’t want to eat anything so heavy that I’m unable to digest it. The idea of the fasts is restraint, right…so I planned to do a little experiment.  I made Read More

Rabdi Kulfi Ossoro Essence and Baketitude

There’s always a great drama with picture taking for every Instagram and every blog post ever. There’ll always be the different plate and a different kitchen towel and looking for light. But this is the first time after ages that I had to take pictures for the blog and Instagram with only my smartphone. No Read More

Buckwheat Crepe Tacos with Asian Style Stir Fry Baketitude

Jai Mata Di! The Sharad Navratri begins from tomorrow. And we’re looking forward to seven days of fasting and nine days of festivities For Hindus, every month brings a  new set of festivals and celebrations. Our faith allows us reverance of so many Gods and Goddesses and each time we bow our head before our Read More

Pistachio Rose Diwali Milk Cake Baketitude

Some cakes are destined for greatness. Some cake is destined to be written about and praised because of how they look, how many tiers they have and how much frosting and how big they are.  But some cakes are simple, beautiful and so perfect for the occasion that you make them again and again and Read More

Chocolate Mocha Loaf Cake Baketitude

Chocolate and coffee is a marriage made in heaven. That fantastic addition to your cup of coffee or tea. I love going to coffee shops . I adore the vibes there. The last coffee shop I went to ,was absolutely adorable. Small, pastel coloured walls and gorgeous flowers. My heart beats fast when I smell Read More

Butter Cake Baketitude with Ossoro

This is what memories are made off. These simple cakes with butter and a whole lot of raisin and almonds and colourful tutti fruitti are just that. Happy memories. After all, it wasn’t every home that had an oven. And every mom could not bake. Some special ones could. The others, well they made doughnuts, khatais Read More

Gluten Free Buckwheat Mushroom Quiche

Alternative grains have been part of our diet since time immoreal. Even with the presence of wheat and rice which are cereals. And now we’re able to recognize the allergies caused by certain foods in out diet. It’s easy to rectify those causative agents. But then there are things that you miss eating because you Read More

Paan Chocolate Truffles with Ossoro Baketitude

Meetha paan. Chocolate. Desserts! I have so many things which I can associate with Meetha Paan. My dad used to smoke for the longest time ever and whenever I used to go and pick up his cigarettes from the local pane wadi I used to always buy one for myself. And then I had a Read More

Best Ever Quinoa Chocolate Cake Gluten free Baketitude

Sometimes the simplest things inspire you. So my obsession with my phone is no secret. And then my love for Le15 and the macarons by Pooja Dhingra is another story altogether. While I was in Bombay I used to go and buy just one macaron, because, let’s face it, I can never afford the calories. Read More

Afghan Biryani with Ossoro Baketitude

These colors on my plate make my heart sing. I’m a big fan of warm tones. Warm aromas and warm food. Which unfortunately I generally never get. Remember, I told you of the food bloggers curse.  So until I take so many pictures .. I keep the food waiting … then the food becomes cold.. Read More

Avocado Oil Garlic Braided Bread Baketitude

    Breaking bread. Baking bread. It’s all the baking I seem to be doing these days. Considering all the people around me seem to be on a low carb, or no sugar or no this and all that blah diet, nobody wants to eat dessert. I’ve been majorly craving a cherry tart. But vie Read More

Mexican Chilli Con Carne with Ossoro_Baketitude

My boys love chillies.  Spicy food is what they crave always. Small children are averse to spicy food. My nephew Yug will not eat Dal or chicken if it’s spicy. He has this super cute Canadian accent, “It’s too spicy ,Nani. The food is too red. I can’t eat it!!” So he eats roti and Read More

Black Rice Kheer with Ossoro

Kheer. Rice pudding by another name. And the simplest dessert that comes from an Indian kitchen. Something made so often, it’s hardly treated like a novelty anymore. It’s understood that it has to be made. And then every house hold has their own quirkiness about Kheer. My in-laws eat their Kheer hot. Freshly made. Can Read More