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Spiraling ...

Friday, August 11, 2017


Where does this road lead us?
It's definitely an emotional roller coaster ride



Sweet treats

Saturday, April 15, 2017
Hi Everyone! 
Here are some of my favourite shots of the sweet treats I made recently. I've made chocolate macarons a few times now and I still feel slightly nervous while making them.. But here are my dark chocolate macarons with coconut. I do love the presentation here, the macarons being nestled in a bed of dessicated coconut.

Being able to see the process towards making a food item is enjoyable for me. Here, I was chopping up chocolate for my dark chocolate fudge brownie. Tedious, yes (if there is a lot of chocolate) but I guess that is where the fun lies :p


And here is the completed brownie, also cut with lots of care... . 

Note to self: I need to make hamburgers soon!

Hope all of you are feeling happy and greatttttt <3

Rest

Monday, December 12, 2016


I want to have that level of peace, joy and rest where I feel as peaceful, as restful and as full of joy as when I'm in the middle of my submissions and as I'm having my holidays!
Where my situations will not determine how restful I feel, because of the unshakeable Jesus that is in me!

I had this revelation throughout my busy period in school, and it was even more evident when I was free from my assignments that hey, I want to be full of rest when I'm in the middle of my assignments too! Yes, I may feel that outward stress but in me, I want that rest. Too blessed to be stressed. <3


July's Food

Friday, August 5, 2016
Hi Everyone!

Today I'd like to share some photographs of the food which I've made in the month of July till yesterday. Do tell me if you'd like any of the recipes! :)

This first one is a Strawberry-Yogurt cake, it's a snack cake, so you could have it for breakfast, or a little snack here and there or as a dessert after dinner. Isn't it quite pretty when the strawberries are arranged in order?


These are oven baked chicken nuggets! Coated in panko, it made the nuggets super crispy, and it was so easy to make.

Ah, I've always loved Brussels sprouts ♡ .. It's a staple at my place. Super easy with delicious flavors. 

I would have to admit, chocolate is not my favorite flavor. Every time I would order a cake or ice cream, it never/ very very very rarely has ever been a chocolate flavor. Usually I'd go for vanilla, or something tea infused. However, sometimes I do crave for a chocolate brownie, and this chocolate fudge brownie definitely did not disappoint.
My best friend shared with me this recipe and I really love it!  

 On a lazy day when my dad was on a business trip, I was looking through my fridge and pantry and realized I had the ingredients for the ultimate comfort food- Macaroni and cheese! Here I used farfalle though, as I did not have any macaroni pasta on hand. But it was good, nice and creamy..  and warm.

Pan seared Sea Bass! I love pan searing fishes, it's really easy and it makes the skin really crispy. Usually I'd pan sear salmon fillets but my mom had these on hand. 

While working out, I love watching cooking videos on YouTube! So this particular day I watched Ingrid Nilsen on Popsugar food and she was making Salmon burgers. Omg, at that instant I had a craving for salmon burgers. So the following day while aching from the previous day's workout I went to the supermarket early in the morning to get my salmon and other ingredients for the salmon burger. I didn't use her recipe though, as she used canned salmon, and I had wanted the really fresh salmon taste. And here it is, a beautiful and delicious salmon burger with a side of homemade fries.

I really love food and I enjoy the process of cooking the food! Do you like cooking too? and what is your favorite food? Mine is sushi! It's light and super fresh.. and absolutely delicious. 

Hope you all are having a great day! And ooh it's Friday.. Enjoy your weekend ;)

Mango Ice Pops Recipe

Thursday, July 14, 2016


Some time back I posted some food pictures of my pasta and mango ice pops which I made, and some of you were asking for a recipe. There are no rules for a ice pop, it's quite versatile so once you get a hang of it, the possibilities are definitely endless.. And yes, they do taste as good as they look! 

Here is the recipe to create what I did:

Mango & Yogurt Ice Pops
Serves 6-8 (Depending on your ice pop mold)
Feel free to change the fruit!! (Kiwi, Strawberries, bananas . .. . yum!) 
Use fresh or frozen fruit that has been defrosted 
 
Ingredients:
1 cup choice of yogurt ( I used plain greek, but I imagine vanilla yogurt would work reallyyyy well)
About 1 tablespoon choice of sweetener ( sugar, agave, I used honey!)
About 1 cup of mangoes, peeled, pitted and cut into smaller pieces

Instructions:
1. In a food processor or blender, place your mangoes and sweetener of choice and puree until smooth
     - Note: Mixture will taste less sweet when they have been frozen, so add your sweetener to taste.
2. Layer the yogurt mixture and fruit mixture as you please and freeze overnight
     - Tip: Take out your molds about 5-10 minutes before eating for easy removal of ice pop


Here's a Buzzfeed list of 2 ingredient ice pop recipe:

Have fun! xx

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