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Beetroot and Egg Kathi Roll

 

  This month seems like a month of firsts for me as far as MyYellowApron is concerned.., I started off May with a Mother’s Day Round Up. Some amazing and established food bloggers contributed to the post. Check it out here if you want to cook a special Lunch/Dinner/Breakfast for your mom or any other […]

Mother's Day Recipes, Sweet and Savory Mother's Day Recipes
Alcoholic, Beverage, Cookies, Custards, Pies, Dessert, Main Course, Non Vegetarian, Non-Alcoholic, Non-Vegetarian, Sides, Vegetarian, Vegetarian

Mother’s Day Recipes Round-Up

 

 Rudyard Kipling had rightly quoted – “God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers ” Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there. My Ma has been my greatest teacher. She taught me how to be compassionate, how to love and most importantly, how to give without expecting anything in return. The older I get, […]

Cookies, Custards, Pies, Dessert

Instant Noodles Brownies

 

  Someone who is passionate about food should never fear of experimenting with unusual flavors. Sometimes, it will be a hit and sometimes it will be a miss, but it will be a good experience nevertheless. I have been fascinated with Instant Noodles lately. I tried Chocolate Barks with Instant Noodles and Boy!! Those were […]

Birthday Sprinkle Cake, Confetti Layer Cake, Semi Home made Birthday Cake
Dessert

Birthday Confetti Layer Cake

 

 My younger son turned 5 last week and I wanted to make a cake for him that not only looks good but is also a hit with the kids – especially, 5-year-olds. It didn’t take me long to decide on a cake that’s covered with Confetti or Sprinkles. Nothing makes a kid squeal with joy looking […]

Main Course, Non-Vegetarian, Sides, Vegetarian

Crispy Coconut Shrimp – How to Make Crispy Coconut Shrimp

 

  This crispy coconut shrimp when paired with the right kind of condiment like Sweet and Spicy Plum Chutney or Tomato-Chili-Garlic Chutney becomes a star at your dinner or party table. They disappear super fast. The shrimp is crispy and crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside and makes an awesome appetizer. Its crunchy, soft, […]

Cookies, Custards, Pies, Dessert

Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta with Bluberry Coulis

 

 Let’s welcome the New Year with Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta with Blueberry Coulis. You can never go wrong with this recipe. The taste of luxuriously creamy Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta topped with softened blueberries is an absolute treat. Back home, they say that – start everything new with something sweet. Well, I’m kicking off the new […]

Alcoholic, Beverage

The Classic Cosmopolitan

 

 ‘I couldn’t understand a word she was saying, but I felt I had in my possession all the Italian I’d ever need to know: Dolce, Dolce, Dolce.’ – Carrie from Sex in The City I love that line from Sex in The City. I relate to that line so much. But this is how I […]

Dessert

Masala Chai Breakfast Cake

 

  There is no concept of Chai Tea Latte in India. Seriously! Now that Starbucks is mushrooming up at every nook and corner of the country, you may see chai tea latte on their menu. But forget about Starbucks when you are visiting India. Try the Masala Chai instead.., served and sold by Chai Wallahs […]

Olive oil cake, date Cake, Eggfree cake, Butter free cake, Healthy cake, Low fat cake
Dessert

Olive Oil Date and Walnut Cake

 

 This Olive Oil Date and Walnut Cake is the second dessert that I made this month. Come on! Don’t judge me. This is SUGAR FREE. The dates were so sweet that, the Olive Oil Date cake didn’t need any more sugar.  I just felt like baking a lot this month. This is my first born’s […]

Sides, Vegetarian

Spicy Lentil and Potato Croquettes

 

      Lentils are primarily used in soups but I think it’s a refreshingly new idea to try them as croquettes and if you think lentils are not versatile.., then trust me these Spicy Lentil and Potato Croquettes will change your opinion. You can enjoy them as a snack or use them as mini-burger […]

Dessert

The Naked Red Velvet Cake

 

    Before I get on a semi-serious tone on this post, I want to clear out a few things about my baking and photography experience with this Naked Red Velvet Cake. Baking this cake has always been a pain, but in the end, ITS SO WORTH IT. The first time when I baked it […]

Chutney, Condiment, Relish, Side, Spicy. Sweet, Plum, Ginger, Cinnamon, Winter Chutney
Sides, Vegetarian

Sweet and Spicy Plum Chutney

 

   This Sweet and Spicy Plum Chutney can be your make-ahead condiment for potlucks, family gatherings or dinner or lunch parties. Serve this with cheese, grilled meat, eggs, sandwiches, burgers etc. In fact, the options are endless. However you serve this Spiced Plum Chutney, just be sure this will be a sure shot crowd pleaser. […]

Europe, Travelling

Vienna – Apple Strudels and The Kiss

 

    VIENNA – from its baroque buildings, churches, alleys to palaces and museums is as decadent as it’s pastries and coffee. The whole time we were there, I was on an inexplainable high because of my addiction to the old world.  It was hard for me to finish up at one place and move on to […]

Europe, Travelling

PRAGUE – So Uniquely Medieval!

 

 Prague is BEAUTIFUL – Just the way I imagined it. Walkable weather, classy locals and absolutely picturesque Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches. Some churches and streets don’t even look real – they are THAT good. I felt like I belonged there and my quirky aesthetic needs were graciously met. I wanted to visit Prague for […]

London Bus
Europe, Recipes, Travelling

LONDON – Grey Skies and Red Buses

 

 Boy!! The accent. Everyone sounds good in London. This is where, Shakespeare performed his plays, where Adele sings her lungs out and Charles Dickens was buried. Well – many more things happen, but I had to mention these three names, I’m biased towards. And the weather – the weather in London is not as fantastic […]

Strawberry Mojito
Alcoholic, Beverage

Strawberry Mojito

 

 “My mojito in the Bodeguita del Medio and my daiquiri in the Floridita.” – This is a signed quote hanging in La Floridita, Cuba, a place famous for its notorious past. I have heard that, people visit this place less for drinks and more for having a conversation with the patrons. I’m a Hemingway fan, so […]