What is the difference between all the soft and delicious fruit spreads? They all might seem the same but each has different special features, and thus the different names. They are easy to make and hard to resist. There are four main ingredients in all soft spreads: fruit, sugar, pectin and acid. The consistency of soft spreads varies from a firm set for jellies to a soft, honey-like consistency for preserves, and thus require slightly differing prep techniques.
What initiated as a sensational flavour of chips, coming as a complete game-changer in the world of potato crisps, salt and vinegar has now moulded itself as an indispensable part of contemporary cooking. However, it would be unwise to limit this amazing flavour pairing to crisps only. With these two rudimentary kitchen condiments, the sky is really your limit when it comes to elevating the flavour profile of any dish! Thus, here are a few lip-smacking recipes highlighting this classic combination along with a delicious salad dressing.
The Bangladeshi culture is obsessed with dipping their biscuits and toasts in ‘cha’ - milk tea, while relishing their evening snacks and watching their favourite soap opera.
Rather than throwing away the extra rice, here are 4 ways you can easily use that leftover rice to make a delicious snack/meal.
Winter is an important season, especially for those of us who have big appetites and zero regard for blood cholesterol levels.
When it comes to winter snacks, it’s hard to beat a good pitha. Sweet or savoury, no matter your preference, there’s a pitha out there for everyone.
For a delicious twist to the turmeric latte, try the following recipe to make so called this elixir for health.
The core ingredients that go into a slushy are only a couple – ice and flavoured syrup. Once you figure out the appropriate ratios to combine the two, you may play around with delectable flavour combinations and concoct your own masterpiece!