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I am a cook from India who has been living in Paris since 2010. I mastered my art of cooking, almost a self-taught cook together with numerous little advices that I received from the already-established-in-the-art chefs and even complete strangers that I happ

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Member Since: Dec 24, 2016

Last Posted Recipe: Mar 21, 2017

Ratatouille's French Ratatouille

Combining traditional French style and film's celebrated versions in this original recipe which looks attractive and yet retains the flavors


Lactose-Free Strawberry Pancakes

Lactose free healthy pancakes made with crushed strawberries. Quick and easy to make but yummily delicious.


Chocolate-Rum-Raisins Muffins

The fluffy chocolate rum and raisin filled muffins baked by my partner, who is a novice cook, under my guidance and supervision for my birthday.


A simple and healthy Guacamole.

Avocadoes have a lot of health benefits, mainly a rich source of vitamins and potassium and free of cholesterol and sodium. Here is a simple recipe to make guacamole with avocadoes.


Meat ball stew to warm up the winters-

A simple dinner, low in calories to warm up during the winter months.


Roasted Chicken

A perfectly roasted chicken is a delight to eat with friends and family at any dinner party. But if it’s not done in a proper way, the final product will turn out to be a dry rubbery piece of meat and that’s a nightmare for all. During my stay in the Paris region for the last 6 years, I had the opportunity of speaking to many locals, some of whom are known to make the perfect roast. From them I have gathered ample little tips and owing to these I have been able to master the art of roasting a chicken perfectly. As one says that sharing is caring I thought of sharing some tips on roasting a chicken that is juicy and succulent.


Pancakes- the American style-

Pancakes are simple, easy to make yet delicious and goes well with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Though it is not a preferred way to start the day in France but I tried to bring a bit of an American flavor into my kitchen, but keeping the French spirit going, I served it in my new Eiffel-robe-jupe-talon-bouquin-bisous plate. So here is the recipe.


Sausage Cupcakes - For that special brunch

A quick and simple idea for that occasional breakfast or brunch where you indulgence in good delicious food without bothering much about the calories. It is a cup cake, but not the sweet regular ones that we know about, it’s a cup cake with sausages in them. I must say I was inspired by salted cakes with ham and cheese in them which are rather popular in France.