An ultra moist homey cake where gorgeous tangy-sweet slices of peach take the centre stage. This peach cake is the kind of vegan dessert you would want to bring to a potluck or to keep all to yourself for a slice of summer sunshine. Peach season is still a few months away. And when it does
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An easy 30-minute one pot vegetable pulao, a fragrant, delicious and wholesome rice dish. Much simpler than a biryani, this veg pulao dish is an equally ideal week night meal as it is for festive occasions. Can be made in an instant pot or pressure cooker for an even quicker rendition.
The custard pie rests among the much sought-after favourite with the wide range of decadent patisserie that fashions the customary Mauritian tea-time culture. An afternoon cup of tea or a 3pm snack would bring pastries, pies and cakes au rendez-vous, more promptly than an after dinner treat. As I was crafting a vegan version of
Unless you are making a crustless pie, for me, no matter the filling, a great pie is one that has a good base – a flaky, buttery crust. What’s different in this pastry is that it uses oil instead of butter or margarine. While there are a few brands of vegan butter or margarine available
With the holiday season merrily approaching, much of the planning and preparation no doubt revolves around food, whether simple or elaborate. While most of the time I keep the holiday meals relatively simple, I do look forward to the dessert part. Most would agree that dessert is really the much exciting course of any meal.
A little bit further up from where I live, the streets are decked with huge pumpkins sitting in big cauldron-style pots outside every shop. In a battle of David, aka the squirrels, against Goliath, aka the pumpkins, well naturally David won — some of these gigantic squash have already been victims to the pesky yet
Christmas eve was a very quiet one with just Boyfriendlovlie and me. I started making dinner quite late as I was out of inspiration what to make. When I say out of inspiration it actually means unable to decide what to choose from my long list of recipes that I’ve been planning to make over
The holiday season when I was a kid was not one revolving around traditions. Most Christmas eves were spent just among our small family with good food and, when midnight would strike, gift giving. Well maybe that is a tradition in itself but there was certainly no set menu that we would stick to every
The holidays is the time for sugar and spice. And everything nice! Today is special because bloggers around the world are all linking up to the awesome Vegan Virtual Potluck which is a bi-annual virtual event organised by Annie of An Unrefined Vegan. Much like a real potluck, each participating blogger is bringing a dish