Gluten & nut free chocolate cake


You cannot deny that chocolate cake is a universal dessert. When I used to do pop up stalls in Bangalore a few years ago, the chocolate cake would sell out first. As for me, I will nibble at chocolate cake and that’s that. More than the cake it is the batter that I love😋😁 I…

Gluten Free Sourdough Naan or Flatbread


Flatbread is an integral part of cuisines across the globe. I mean is there anyone who doesn’t like some form of Flatbread or the other ? I don’t think so. Thanks to cookery shows & contests, the naan has become famous outside the subcontinent too. I have tried making naan’s over the last 10 years…

Gluten free Sourdough Pizza


I have been meaning to foolproof my sourdough pizza recipe for a long time. After 4 attempts, I am happy to report I finally got it right. The dough has immense depth of flavour thanks to the sourdough , it is not doughy and easy on the gut. I am so glad it has turned…

Gluten free Beetroot Roti/Chapati/Indian Flatbread


My motto is to wear and eat colour. Bright colored food is definitely a great mood booster for me but I also find it a form of self care. Yes, self care because natural colours in the form of fruit and vegetables comes with its own mix of nutrients. As someone who lives with Celiac…

Gluten Free and Vegan Pita Bread


‘Comfort food’ for me is always associated with happy memories. I am a third culture kid, Indian but born and raised in Kuwait, and after my stint in the UK, I settled down in Bangalore, India. So, yes for me comfort food is not just food from India it is food from where I have…

Kodo Millet and Rice Lime Drizzle Loaf


I absolutely like citrus fruit in dessert especially cake. While I have made a lot of lemon and lime drizzle cakes, I have always been in the hunt for a loaf with a particular texture without the adddition of too many eggs and butter. The other day I made a kodo millet and rice one…

Glutenfree Multigrain Millet Bread


I am so glad that I live in Karnataka, a millet rich state of India . We are lucky to have access to a wide variety of millets rice. Thankfully, for Celiacs like me it is a blessing as they are gluten free. I eat millets as upma, I mix it in rice and make…

Gluten free Cherry muffins


I am one of those persons who thinks fruit and vegetables are a visual treat! Their natural colour is such a mood booster for me and also part of the reason I love grocery shopping. One of the things I have missed most thanks to the COVID 19 pandemic is grocery shopping in peace. Not…

Chocolate Sourdough Cake


I do not have much of a sweet tooth but I definitely like baking cakes. My husband happily used to polish off most of it until recently as he is now off sugar and he can’t have anything that is cloying sweet. However, since I had my sourdough starter just bubbling away, I wanted to…

Hand made gluten free pasta with sourdough


I have been using sourdough discard in almost all my food since the lockdown started in March. I find it a great way to use less eggs, gum, nut flours, and oil. It gives the dough the pliability which makes you feel like you are making stuff with regular flour. For me that is a…