Trifle – Cake, Custard, Jelly cubes and fruit

Watch my step by step video   Trifle is an old favourite and super easy to make, Your guests will love the Cake, Custard, Jelly cubes and fruit delicious combination. This can be prepared a few days in advance and serve a large crowd. I like to layer my trifle with sliced jelly rolls and … Continue reading Trifle – Cake, Custard, Jelly cubes and fruit

Mushroom 65

Step by step video instructions Mushrooms are battered with beaten egg and cornstarch, sautéed and cooked in a delicious 65 masala that is typically made with the popular Chicken 65. Suggestions to make a vegetarian/vegan version is included. Chicken 65 is a very popular dish in India. With it’s strange name, it’s origins are debatable. … Continue reading Mushroom 65

Rosemary Chicken Lasagna

Watch my step by step instruction video Who doesn’t love Lasagna? This recipe comes all the way over from Vancouver Island from my good friend Lyndsay Wells the Kitchen Witch. I’ve never met Lyndsay face to face, however I feel like we are soul sisters. We have so much in common from appearing on the … Continue reading Rosemary Chicken Lasagna

Chicken Shawarma Hummus

Click here to watch my step by step video! I grew up in the Middle East in Abu Dhabi where Shawarma stalls graced every nook and cranny. When I think about a Shawarma, I think about the fresh pita, covered with creamy hummus, spiced chicken, pickled turnips and fresh herbs. This appetizer can be prepped … Continue reading Chicken Shawarma Hummus

Sabudhana Vadas – Tapioca Pearl & Potato patties

View my step by step video Sabudhana wadas are an incredible Indian street food snack that hails from Maharastra that  is vegetarian and also gluten free. In North America, tapioca is all the rage from Tapioca snacks to bubble tea. In India Sabudhana or Tapioca pearls have been enjoyed for generation as a snack, breakfast … Continue reading Sabudhana Vadas – Tapioca Pearl & Potato patties

Butter Mushroom Masala

View my step by step video If you love Mushrooms, you will love how they taste smothered in a spicy Butter Masala.  Very similar to Butter Chicken, this vegetarian version uses juicy Mushrooms instead. This Lent, I am Vegetarian and I have to admit that I haven’t been eating as many veggies as I should … Continue reading Butter Mushroom Masala

Kul Kuls – Deep fried traditional cookie

Watch my step by step video KulKuls are a traditional fried cookie made by Christians in India.  I have kept close to my heart for well over 20 years. In sharing this recipe, I’m paying homage to my aunt Celie who passed away a few weeks ago, way too young. She was one of the … Continue reading Kul Kuls – Deep fried traditional cookie