Hint of Spice is my way of showing the world that vegetarian cooking is delicious and nutritious and moreish. Moreover, it is very easy to learn and to master, and is the gift that keeps on giving. Obviously, as an Indian, I love playing with Indian flavours and cooking Indian dishes, but I also love baking and creating fusion food combinations that combines the best of the east and the west – a glorious amalgamation of two worlds.
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Our most recent RECIPES
A British classic, this dessert has many variations. Originally it consists of sponge cake soaked in syrup, topped with fruit and custard and whipped cream to finish it off. I decided to experiment with the numerous limes that my tree had borne this year. Asian limes are much stronger than lemons and so a little… Continue reading →
The classic end to a traditional Christmas dinner – this recipe is amazingly quick to make. The end result tastes just as wonderful and it looks superb. Nobody will know that you made this as a last minute pudding. The usual way of making this pudding is to steam it for 4-8 hours. This recipe… Continue reading →
Sugarplums are old fashioned Christmas candies, which are made of dried fruits and nuts mixed with spices and rolled into balls and coated with sugar. These festive spiced nuts pack quite a punch and I have used the spices generally used with making sugarplums. They are perfect for this festive season and your guests will… Continue reading →