Bengali Alur Dum By Donna George

Morphy and Me’s first guest post by my bestie Donna George. Donna is my ‘go-to’ person for everything under the sun and the reason behind why I finally started my very own food blog. So this one is really really special. Here’s a recipe you will surely enjoy. Donna hails from God’s own country, Kerala and currently lives in Bangalore with her husband and little daughter. Post marriage she realized her true passion lied in cooking and hence began blogging and discussing food at every given opportunity. Her major inspiration to start off the blog was her dear husband who…

Gluten Free and Vegan Coco-Rice Cupcakes

It is pretty much impossible to not get inspired in baking if you are a part of Ovenderful Mom Bakers Community. I can’t even begin to write how much I have learnt from this wonderful group. When one decides to try healthy baking, the options become limitless. It is a whole new world in itself. I have always been skeptical about using rice flour in bakes. That ‘floury’ gritty feel of rice flour always stopped me. Sometime last week two bakers from the group shared gorgeous looking rice flour cookies and rice flour cupcakes. Femina and Sunaina thank you so…

Vegan Marble Cake

This was the first successful bake with that gorgeous flax-gel I made. So what is special about this cake? It is- #eggfree #butter free #zero oil and

#3 Ingredient Vegan Avocado Ice Cream

I like it best when I end up making something really tasty without actually planning and preparing for it. Seeing the over ripe avocados , I was thinking on the lines of a sorbet or a regular ice cream. But that coconut milk carton caught my eye and here we are with this super yum vegan dessert. Avocado and coconut are like a match made in heaven. The ice cream feels so creamy and has this delicious subtle coconut flavour. I loved it. Need more reasons to try this? # Its made with just 3 ingredients

Green Grapes Popsicle

The summer in Bangalore this time is by far the hottest I have known. My freezer now seemed to be always stocked with ice creams and popsicles. This grape popsicle idea was my husband’s and they taste awesome.

Baked Papdi

Sometimes things happen so effortlessly and the recipe simply comes to you. This morning someone asked for a baked papdi [a cracker usually used in chaat’s and other street food] and my head started working on it immediately. Within half an hour I had gorgeous crisp papdis ready. These taste great a

Cucumber Chaat

The road-side chaat wala near my home comes up with some really interesting stuff. I am not too fond of cucumber but i simply fell in love with this dish. What an amazing way to use this salad vegetable. Perfect snack for the hot summer evenings.

Tomato Slice Chaat

The road-side chaat wala’s of Bangalore serve some super interesting and yummy chaat’s. This is an absolute delight for tomato lovers.

5 Minute Sweet and Sour Chutney/ Khatti Meethi Chutney

Most Indian street foods have one thing in common, they are always accompanied with a yummy tangy sweet and sour chutney. Like always i want to make things easy for you. Here’s a super quick recipe to make this yummy dip . Make it along with those gorgeous aalu tikkis i have posted. Heavenly is the

Fruity Strawberry Popsicle

Summer is here and lets beat the heat with some icy frozen strawberry popsicles. I am glad i made these before the yummy berries went out of season. This is a super simple and super tasty recipe. Its got just two basic ingredients. All you need to do is blend them together and let your refrigerator