Gujarati Rotla- Gluten Free Indian Bread Gluten free food – simply spicy! It’s easy With a little know-how, preparing and cooking Indian food is simple and straightforward. There’s a huge variety of spices to choose from, many of which are actively good for you. Don’t forget that there’s a difference between spice and heat – spices add depth
The Gujarati Community in the Western state of Indian use lentils as a form of protein. This cake is a savoury option and is fanatics served with a cup of tea or masala chai. This dish is was served at the weekend when my mum would experiment with various vegetables. I love the crsust that is
Pumpkin and Masala Chai Cake with a Spiced Clove Frosting I was inspired to try something different and I thought I would develop a new recipe that perhaps spices us a pumpkin and warm you up whilst trick or treating this half term. Ingredients 400g pumpkin 350g soft brown sugar 100g butter 2 medium eggs 300g
Autumn news from Sweet Cumin It’s a wonderful month with the night’s drawing in closer and cosy up next to the fire eating comforting warming food; with Diwali; Halloween, and only 10 weeks to Christmas the countdown has slowly started already started. It’s is the festival light – Diwali where Hindus throughout the world celebrate
It’s always great to be part of a surprise celebration and this week; I had Dave who turned a milestone and came along to the cookery school to learn that he was going to be cooking with some of his friends for a party of 22 that evening. After the initial shock he was well into the
Sweet Cumin has been shortlisted as a finalist for the title of Best South West Local Food to Go 2014… I was very pleased to see that Sweet Cumin has been shorted for the second year in a row as a finalist for the title of Best South West Local Food on the Go.
BBC Radio Bristol Interview with Graham Rogers I was asked to can come along and bring in a cake for cake o clock yesterday and feature on Graham Rogers show just after 3pm. I racked my brain and thought that I would take in a tea time treat that my mum would cook for us as
A week, visiting family. After an exciting week, receiving two awards from the Great Taste 2014 guild of fine foods, 2 * for the Lamb and Spinach curry and 1*Guajarati Toor Dhal. I am very pleased. On Saturday, I was able to demo at the Nottingham Food Festival. It’s a relaxed event that is set
Great Taste Award Winning Dish – 2* Winner and 1* I was waiting for the release of the results from the great taste awards to see whether Sweet Cumin can achieve national recognition for the food I produce. The Best Ever Lamb and Spinach Curry – 2 * Good appearance, aroma and texture.
Love Gardening With the abundance of fresh produce and gorgeous colourful vegetables over the summer months the cookery school has enjoyed the various produce on offer. This year it’s the first season where I have grown my own and it’s been very promising to see what works and what hasn’t worked. The French beans, celery,