Twist Me A Besan Ladoo With Flax, Almond, and Coconut

Besan Ladoo are a popular Indian dessert. Besan directly translates to gram flour/chickpea flour and ladoo or laddu means they are rolled into sphere-shaped. They are made using flour, sugar, nuts, and ghee (clarified butter). I decided to twist mine up and give them a healthier version this Diwali and make it more like a … Continue reading Twist Me A Besan Ladoo With Flax, Almond, and Coconut

Love Me A Slice of Mocha Latte Cake

This is my own version of a coffee cake that goes perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee. Coffee cakes have been known to have originated in Germany in the 1400s and made it into the American cookbooks by the 1800's. Who doesn't love the fresh aroma of freshly brewed coffee, and now imagine … Continue reading Love Me A Slice of Mocha Latte Cake

Spice Me Some Tacos – Mexican

What's a taco without some spice in it? Mexico is the birthplace of tacos and are usually made using meat, or shrimp and then garnished with onions, guacamole, and multiple varieties of salsa. In Mexico, they are commonly made with corn tortillas and most restaurants do not even have flour tortillas. Flour tortillas and fried … Continue reading Spice Me Some Tacos – Mexican