Saffron poached pears.

Sweet Anjou pears are slowly simmered in syrups and spices to bring out their delicate and distinct flavours. What makes them even better is that you can serve them any way you want. The key is to remember that the longer the pears sit in the flavourful syrup after poaching, the better they’ll taste making…

Falafels with Hummus.

Falafel is a deep-fried ball, or a flat or doughnut-shaped patty, made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both. Herbs, spices, and onion are commonly added to the dough. It is an Egyptian dish as well as a very famous, Middle Eastern dish, that most likely originated in Egypt. The closest sibling to the Indian,…

Cinnamon Sugar Drop Donuts/Doughnuts

Cinnamon Sugar Drop Donuts/Doughnuts Mildly sweet, cinnamon flavoured, light and pillowy soft doughnuts with a mug of hot coffee on a rainy day makes you feel good.  

Bebinca aka Bebik. The queen of Goan desserts.

One could say its an Indian version of the German Baumkuchen (tree cake), where the batter is baked in layers on a long skewer or spit that is constantly turned in front of a large horizontal oven or the Russian Medovik, a layered cake made with honey and condensed milk. If you guessed it right,…

Turkish Lamb Kebabs.

These are meaty, succulent and full of umami flavors. Spicy and juicy, Turkish lamb kebabs made from tender lamb mince with meat to fat ratio of 80:20. A spice blend of roasted and ground cumin, coriander seeds, chilli flakes, cinnamon, peppercorns and Himalayan pink salt give a right balance of flavors. Pan seared on high…

Peaches & Cream Custard Tart.

This rustic peach tart is the perfect combination of buttery crisp pastry shell filled with creamy, homemade custard and sweet peaches. Served chilled.  

Mango Rice Condé

Fragrant, long grain rice pudding cooked in condensed milk and cream. Cooled and folded with fresh mango pulp. Served chilled with mango slices and chocolate.  

Penang/Panang Chicken Curry (Deconstructed)

Deconstructed refers to the idea of breaking apart elements traditionally combined together to make a dish, and serving the items separately in a unique way. When chefs deconstruct a dish, they present all of the key components of that dish at the same time, but not necessarily mixed together. Phanaeng, also spelled phanang, panang, and…