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Diwali may have said adieu until next year but we’re never out of reasons to celebrate 🎉 Whether you’re showering some love on a fellow food lover for their birthday or putting together the perfect do for your soon-to-be-married friend, you can never go wrong with a little, we mean grand, hamper. Continue enjoying a seamless gifting experience on www.foodhallonline.com where you can score a sweet 10% off on your first order (that is, if you haven’t ordered already). Happy shopping! 🛒

Diwali may have said adieu until next year but we’re never out of reasons to celebrate 🎉 Whether you’re showering some love on a fellow food lover for their birthday or putting together the perfect do for your soon-to-be-married friend, you can never go wrong with a little, we mean grand, hamper. Continue enjoying a seamless gifting experience on www.foodhallonline.com where you can score a sweet 10% off on your first order (that is, if you haven’t ordered already). Happy shopping! 🛒

Diwali may have said adieu until next year but we’re never out of reasons to celebrate 🎉 Whether you’re showering some love on a fellow food lover for their birthday or putting together the perfect do for your soon-to-be-married friend, you can never go wrong with a little, we mean grand, hamper. Continue enjoying a seamless gifting experience on www.foodhallonline.com where you can score a sweet 10% off on your first order (that is, if you haven’t ordered already). Happy shopping! 🛒

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Step aside, vegetarian meals. You've been kind to us these last few weeks, but today's the the last day of Diwali, and it demands some indulgent, hearty non-vegetarian fare! This Bhai Dooj, press pause on non-stop sibling rivalry and use the culture-mandated occasion to express your love for your sisters and brothers instead by darting into the kitchen and cooking them this deeply satisfying Safaed Murg—an Anuradha Joshi-Medhora classic inspired by her love for all things epicurean from the royal kitchens of Malwan. Although this restaurant-style dish from the chef behind @charoli_foods might seem like a lot of work, it's actually pretty uncomplicated to put together. But don't take our word for it; give it a shot yourself. Ingredients:- - Chicken Leg, 1 kg - Cardamom, 4 pods - Cloves, 8 buds - Cinnamon Stick, 2" - Dahi, 2 katoris - Cashew Paste, 3/4 katori - Ginger Paste, 2 tsp - Garlic Paste, 1 tsp - Mawa, 1 katori - Ghee, 1 katori - Lime, 1 - Fried Onion Paste, 1 katori - Green Chillies - Salt, to taste Method:- • In a kadhai, pour ghee and add in the whole masalas. • After two minutes, add in the ginger and garlic pastes. • Follow this up by adding the mawa. • Roast all ingredients. • Once the raw smell has vanished, add in the green chillies, chicken legs, cashew paste, and fried onion paste. • Cover and cook on a dum, on a slow flame, for 20-30 minutes. • Open the dum, squeeze a bit of lime, and serve. #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #Foodstagram #Foodie #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay

Step aside, vegetarian meals. You've been kind to us these last few weeks, but today's the the last day of Diwali, and it demands some indulgent, hearty non-vegetarian fare! This Bhai Dooj, press pause on non-stop sibling rivalry and use the culture-mandated occasion to express your love for your sisters and brothers instead by darting into the kitchen and cooking them this deeply satisfying Safaed Murg—an Anuradha Joshi-Medhora classic inspired by her love for all things epicurean from the royal kitchens of Malwan. Although this restaurant-style dish from the chef behind @charoli_foods might seem like a lot of work, it's actually pretty uncomplicated to put together. But don't take our word for it; give it a shot yourself. Ingredients:- - Chicken Leg, 1 kg - Cardamom, 4 pods - Cloves, 8 buds - Cinnamon Stick, 2" - Dahi, 2 katoris - Cashew Paste, 3/4 katori - Ginger Paste, 2 tsp - Garlic Paste, 1 tsp - Mawa, 1 katori - Ghee, 1 katori - Lime, 1 - Fried Onion Paste, 1 katori - Green Chillies - Salt, to taste Method:- • In a kadhai, pour ghee and add in the whole masalas. • After two minutes, add in the ginger and garlic pastes. • Follow this up by adding the mawa. • Roast all ingredients. • Once the raw smell has vanished, add in the green chillies, chicken legs, cashew paste, and fried onion paste. • Cover and cook on a dum, on a slow flame, for 20-30 minutes. • Open the dum, squeeze a bit of lime, and serve. #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #Foodstagram #Foodie #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay

Step aside, vegetarian meals. You've been kind to us these last few weeks, but today's the the last day of Diwali, and it demands some indulgent, hearty non-vegetarian fare! This Bhai Dooj, press pause on non-stop sibling rivalry and use the culture-mandated occasion to express your love for your sisters and brothers instead by darting into the kitchen and cooking them this deeply satisfying Safaed Murg—an Anuradha Joshi-Medhora classic inspired by her love for all things epicurean from the royal kitchens of Malwan. Although this restaurant-style dish from the chef behind @charoli_foods might seem like a lot of work, it's actually pretty uncomplicated to put together. But don't take our word for it; give it a shot yourself. Ingredients:- - Chicken Leg, 1 kg - Cardamom, 4 pods - Cloves, 8 buds - Cinnamon Stick, 2" - Dahi, 2 katoris - Cashew Paste, 3/4 katori - Ginger Paste, 2 tsp - Garlic Paste, 1 tsp - Mawa, 1 katori - Ghee, 1 katori - Lime, 1 - Fried Onion Paste, 1 katori - Green Chillies - Salt, to taste Method:- • In a kadhai, pour ghee and add in the whole masalas. • After two minutes, add in the ginger and garlic pastes. • Follow this up by adding the mawa. • Roast all ingredients. • Once the raw smell has vanished, add in the green chillies, chicken legs, cashew paste, and fried onion paste. • Cover and cook on a dum, on a slow flame, for 20-30 minutes. • Open the dum, squeeze a bit of lime, and serve. #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #Foodstagram #Foodie #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay

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Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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Salads get a bad rap far too often for no good reason. We're here to change that with this delish recipe hack that throws everyone's favourite noontime snack, makhana, into the mix. Light, fresh, flavoursome, and with just the adequate amount of crunch for fun, this Makhana Salad's an easy-to-make go-to to help your system recuperate after yesterday's Diwali bingefest. Here's what you'll need to get tossing:- - Makhana, 2 cups - Almonds, 4 tbsp - Cashews, 4 tbsp - Groundnuts, 4 tbsp - Walnuts, 3 tbsp, chopped - Ghee, 2 tbsp - Red Chilli Powder, 2 tsp - Chaat Masala, 1 tbsp - Green Chillies, 2, finely chopped - Cumin Seeds, 2 tsp - Onion, 1, roughly chopped - Cherry Tomatoes / Chopped Tomatoes, 1 cup - Coriander, 1/2 cup, finely chopped - Salt, to taste #Snacks #SnackTime #SnackHacks #SaladRecipe #SaladIdeas #SaladsOfInstagram

Salads get a bad rap far too often for no good reason. We're here to change that with this delish recipe hack that throws everyone's favourite noontime snack, makhana, into the mix. Light, fresh, flavoursome, and with just the adequate amount of crunch for fun, this Makhana Salad's an easy-to-make go-to to help your system recuperate after yesterday's Diwali bingefest. Here's what you'll need to get tossing:- - Makhana, 2 cups - Almonds, 4 tbsp - Cashews, 4 tbsp - Groundnuts, 4 tbsp - Walnuts, 3 tbsp, chopped - Ghee, 2 tbsp - Red Chilli Powder, 2 tsp - Chaat Masala, 1 tbsp - Green Chillies, 2, finely chopped - Cumin Seeds, 2 tsp - Onion, 1, roughly chopped - Cherry Tomatoes / Chopped Tomatoes, 1 cup - Coriander, 1/2 cup, finely chopped - Salt, to taste #Snacks #SnackTime #SnackHacks #SaladRecipe #SaladIdeas #SaladsOfInstagram

Salads get a bad rap far too often for no good reason. We're here to change that with this delish recipe hack that throws everyone's favourite noontime snack, makhana, into the mix. Light, fresh, flavoursome, and with just the adequate amount of crunch for fun, this Makhana Salad's an easy-to-make go-to to help your system recuperate after yesterday's Diwali bingefest. Here's what you'll need to get tossing:- - Makhana, 2 cups - Almonds, 4 tbsp - Cashews, 4 tbsp - Groundnuts, 4 tbsp - Walnuts, 3 tbsp, chopped - Ghee, 2 tbsp - Red Chilli Powder, 2 tsp - Chaat Masala, 1 tbsp - Green Chillies, 2, finely chopped - Cumin Seeds, 2 tsp - Onion, 1, roughly chopped - Cherry Tomatoes / Chopped Tomatoes, 1 cup - Coriander, 1/2 cup, finely chopped - Salt, to taste #Snacks #SnackTime #SnackHacks #SaladRecipe #SaladIdeas #SaladsOfInstagram

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We don't know about you, but we're still partying like it's Diwali, clutching onto one too many goblets of Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay! Let's just say we'll be attributing tonight's hedonism to that very deadly combination of festive season and Friday night. Clean and crisp, this varietal from Australia's revered winemakers, boasts an intense mix of fruity flavours (think citrus and melon), balanced with subtle notes of toasty oak. These flavours really pop when paired with white fish or creamy pastas, but don't let that stop you from enjoying it alongside your regular Friday night dinner, cuisine notwithstanding. Let's not waste another minute in raising a toast to a heady, happy festive weekend ahead! And, not to sound preachy, but don't forget to drink responsibly, folks! To stock up on Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay, find your way to TheCellar@Foodhall at our stores in Palladium and Linking Road in Mumbai, and 1MG in Bengaluru. #WineTime #WineLovers #WineGlass #WineWineWine #WineOClock

We don't know about you, but we're still partying like it's Diwali, clutching onto one too many goblets of Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay! Let's just say we'll be attributing tonight's hedonism to that very deadly combination of festive season and Friday night. Clean and crisp, this varietal from Australia's revered winemakers, boasts an intense mix of fruity flavours (think citrus and melon), balanced with subtle notes of toasty oak. These flavours really pop when paired with white fish or creamy pastas, but don't let that stop you from enjoying it alongside your regular Friday night dinner, cuisine notwithstanding. Let's not waste another minute in raising a toast to a heady, happy festive weekend ahead! And, not to sound preachy, but don't forget to drink responsibly, folks! To stock up on Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay, find your way to TheCellar@Foodhall at our stores in Palladium and Linking Road in Mumbai, and 1MG in Bengaluru. #WineTime #WineLovers #WineGlass #WineWineWine #WineOClock

We don't know about you, but we're still partying like it's Diwali, clutching onto one too many goblets of Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay! Let's just say we'll be attributing tonight's hedonism to that very deadly combination of festive season and Friday night. Clean and crisp, this varietal from Australia's revered winemakers, boasts an intense mix of fruity flavours (think citrus and melon), balanced with subtle notes of toasty oak. These flavours really pop when paired with white fish or creamy pastas, but don't let that stop you from enjoying it alongside your regular Friday night dinner, cuisine notwithstanding. Let's not waste another minute in raising a toast to a heady, happy festive weekend ahead! And, not to sound preachy, but don't forget to drink responsibly, folks! To stock up on Jacob's Creek's Chardonnay, find your way to TheCellar@Foodhall at our stores in Palladium and Linking Road in Mumbai, and 1MG in Bengaluru. #WineTime #WineLovers #WineGlass #WineWineWine #WineOClock

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To our wonderful, supportive, hungry Foodhall family, D-Day's here and so are we, wishing you oodles of love, lots of light, innumerable laughs, togetherness, and, most importantly, a fridge and pantry jam-packed with all your favourite foods! Until we meet again in the New Year and make newer, sweeter memories together over indulgent edibles, Happy Diwali. May it be your brightest, most beautiful, and most hopeful one yet, filled with all things joy-giving and joy-bringing! Impatiently waiting to feed you again, Team Foodhall. P.S.: Our stores might be downing their shutters earlier than usual today, but they're still open, in case you feel like stopping by for some last-minute pick-ups or want to grab a quick bite to go (more details in our stories). If not, we'll see you lovely folks on the other side of Diwali, where we've got a tonne of fun experiences planned, just for you. Best you keep your eyes peeled and bellies ready!

To our wonderful, supportive, hungry Foodhall family, D-Day's here and so are we, wishing you oodles of love, lots of light, innumerable laughs, togetherness, and, most importantly, a fridge and pantry jam-packed with all your favourite foods! Until we meet again in the New Year and make newer, sweeter memories together over indulgent edibles, Happy Diwali. May it be your brightest, most beautiful, and most hopeful one yet, filled with all things joy-giving and joy-bringing! Impatiently waiting to feed you again, Team Foodhall. P.S.: Our stores might be downing their shutters earlier than usual today, but they're still open, in case you feel like stopping by for some last-minute pick-ups or want to grab a quick bite to go (more details in our stories). If not, we'll see you lovely folks on the other side of Diwali, where we've got a tonne of fun experiences planned, just for you. Best you keep your eyes peeled and bellies ready!

To our wonderful, supportive, hungry Foodhall family, D-Day's here and so are we, wishing you oodles of love, lots of light, innumerable laughs, togetherness, and, most importantly, a fridge and pantry jam-packed with all your favourite foods! Until we meet again in the New Year and make newer, sweeter memories together over indulgent edibles, Happy Diwali. May it be your brightest, most beautiful, and most hopeful one yet, filled with all things joy-giving and joy-bringing! Impatiently waiting to feed you again, Team Foodhall. P.S.: Our stores might be downing their shutters earlier than usual today, but they're still open, in case you feel like stopping by for some last-minute pick-ups or want to grab a quick bite to go (more details in our stories). If not, we'll see you lovely folks on the other side of Diwali, where we've got a tonne of fun experiences planned, just for you. Best you keep your eyes peeled and bellies ready!

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We know it's rude to stare, but it's impossible not to when @tinydelightsco's Festive Rose & Pistachio Cake looks this inviting. Lucky for you, this beautiful recipe's coming your way just in time for Diwali, so that you can lend your dinner celebrations a personalised touch by whisking this up as a post-meal treat for your loved ones! A fairly simple and straightforward recipe, with no unnecessary frills and tedious procedures, it's well-suited to beginners and pros alike. Ingredients:- For the Cake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 1 1/4 cups - Pistachios, 3/4 cup, roughly chopped - Baking Soda, 1/2 tsp - Baking Powder, 1 1/2 tsp - Butter, 3/4 cup + 2 tbsp - Condensed Milk, 1 can - Lemon Juice - Drinking Soda, 150 ml For the Rose Syrup: - Sugar, 1/2 cup - Water, 1/2 cup - Rose Water, 1 tsp For the Frosting: - Whipping Cream, 1 1/4 cups - Mascarpone Cheese, 1/2 cup - Powdered Sugar, 1/2 cup Method:- For the Cake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 180°C. • Cream the butter and condensed milk together and add in the lemon juice. Mix well. • Fold in the dry ingredients. • Add in the soda, mix well, and bake immediately for 40 minutes or until a skewer pierced down the middle comes out clean. For the Rose Syrup: • Heat the sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat until the sugar dissolves. • Remove from heat and mix in the rose water. • Lightly brush the loaf with the syrup. For the Frosting: • Whip the cream until it forms soft peaks. • Now add in mascarpone cheese and powdered sugar. • Layer it on the cake and decorate with a sprinkling of chopped pistachios and dried rose petals. #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

We know it's rude to stare, but it's impossible not to when @tinydelightsco's Festive Rose & Pistachio Cake looks this inviting. Lucky for you, this beautiful recipe's coming your way just in time for Diwali, so that you can lend your dinner celebrations a personalised touch by whisking this up as a post-meal treat for your loved ones! A fairly simple and straightforward recipe, with no unnecessary frills and tedious procedures, it's well-suited to beginners and pros alike. Ingredients:- For the Cake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 1 1/4 cups - Pistachios, 3/4 cup, roughly chopped - Baking Soda, 1/2 tsp - Baking Powder, 1 1/2 tsp - Butter, 3/4 cup + 2 tbsp - Condensed Milk, 1 can - Lemon Juice - Drinking Soda, 150 ml For the Rose Syrup: - Sugar, 1/2 cup - Water, 1/2 cup - Rose Water, 1 tsp For the Frosting: - Whipping Cream, 1 1/4 cups - Mascarpone Cheese, 1/2 cup - Powdered Sugar, 1/2 cup Method:- For the Cake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 180°C. • Cream the butter and condensed milk together and add in the lemon juice. Mix well. • Fold in the dry ingredients. • Add in the soda, mix well, and bake immediately for 40 minutes or until a skewer pierced down the middle comes out clean. For the Rose Syrup: • Heat the sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat until the sugar dissolves. • Remove from heat and mix in the rose water. • Lightly brush the loaf with the syrup. For the Frosting: • Whip the cream until it forms soft peaks. • Now add in mascarpone cheese and powdered sugar. • Layer it on the cake and decorate with a sprinkling of chopped pistachios and dried rose petals. #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

We know it's rude to stare, but it's impossible not to when @tinydelightsco's Festive Rose & Pistachio Cake looks this inviting. Lucky for you, this beautiful recipe's coming your way just in time for Diwali, so that you can lend your dinner celebrations a personalised touch by whisking this up as a post-meal treat for your loved ones! A fairly simple and straightforward recipe, with no unnecessary frills and tedious procedures, it's well-suited to beginners and pros alike. Ingredients:- For the Cake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 1 1/4 cups - Pistachios, 3/4 cup, roughly chopped - Baking Soda, 1/2 tsp - Baking Powder, 1 1/2 tsp - Butter, 3/4 cup + 2 tbsp - Condensed Milk, 1 can - Lemon Juice - Drinking Soda, 150 ml For the Rose Syrup: - Sugar, 1/2 cup - Water, 1/2 cup - Rose Water, 1 tsp For the Frosting: - Whipping Cream, 1 1/4 cups - Mascarpone Cheese, 1/2 cup - Powdered Sugar, 1/2 cup Method:- For the Cake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 180°C. • Cream the butter and condensed milk together and add in the lemon juice. Mix well. • Fold in the dry ingredients. • Add in the soda, mix well, and bake immediately for 40 minutes or until a skewer pierced down the middle comes out clean. For the Rose Syrup: • Heat the sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat until the sugar dissolves. • Remove from heat and mix in the rose water. • Lightly brush the loaf with the syrup. For the Frosting: • Whip the cream until it forms soft peaks. • Now add in mascarpone cheese and powdered sugar. • Layer it on the cake and decorate with a sprinkling of chopped pistachios and dried rose petals. #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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If you stare long and hard enough at our Cheese Connoisseur gift box, chances are that the word 'diet' will magically erase itself from your dictionary (and your life). Call it a Diwali miracle, if you will. With its exhaustive selection of 15+ handcrafted premium, classic, and luxury cheeses in the most appetising flavours conceivable, The Cheese Connoisseur really is the mother of all cheese platters. Since you're at liberty to choose, spoil yourself silly by picking out your favourites and customising your hamper such that it's tailored to appeal to the turophile in you...and those celebrating with you. Also included in this hamper are a variety of exceptional accompaniments to elevate your cheesy experience, including olives, roasted red pepper pesto, truffle lacquered nuts, flavoured crackers and straws, fresh fruits and herbs, and plenty more. So, can we all finally agree that there is no such thing as being 'in the mood' for cheese? And graciously and willingly accepting that cheese, in itself, is a whole mood? Get your paws on The Cheese Connoisseur at a Foodhall near you or visit us online at www.foodhallonline.com to place your order. #Cheese #CheesePlatter #CheeseHamper #CheeseLover #CheeseLove #CheeseLife #SayCheese #Cheeseboard #GrazingBoard #Food #InstaFood #Food #Food #FoodBlogFeed #Foodstagram #InstaFood #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #EatingForTheInsta

If you stare long and hard enough at our Cheese Connoisseur gift box, chances are that the word 'diet' will magically erase itself from your dictionary (and your life). Call it a Diwali miracle, if you will. With its exhaustive selection of 15+ handcrafted premium, classic, and luxury cheeses in the most appetising flavours conceivable, The Cheese Connoisseur really is the mother of all cheese platters. Since you're at liberty to choose, spoil yourself silly by picking out your favourites and customising your hamper such that it's tailored to appeal to the turophile in you...and those celebrating with you. Also included in this hamper are a variety of exceptional accompaniments to elevate your cheesy experience, including olives, roasted red pepper pesto, truffle lacquered nuts, flavoured crackers and straws, fresh fruits and herbs, and plenty more. So, can we all finally agree that there is no such thing as being 'in the mood' for cheese? And graciously and willingly accepting that cheese, in itself, is a whole mood? Get your paws on The Cheese Connoisseur at a Foodhall near you or visit us online at www.foodhallonline.com to place your order. #Cheese #CheesePlatter #CheeseHamper #CheeseLover #CheeseLove #CheeseLife #SayCheese #Cheeseboard #GrazingBoard #Food #InstaFood #Food #Food #FoodBlogFeed #Foodstagram #InstaFood #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #EatingForTheInsta

If you stare long and hard enough at our Cheese Connoisseur gift box, chances are that the word 'diet' will magically erase itself from your dictionary (and your life). Call it a Diwali miracle, if you will. With its exhaustive selection of 15+ handcrafted premium, classic, and luxury cheeses in the most appetising flavours conceivable, The Cheese Connoisseur really is the mother of all cheese platters. Since you're at liberty to choose, spoil yourself silly by picking out your favourites and customising your hamper such that it's tailored to appeal to the turophile in you...and those celebrating with you. Also included in this hamper are a variety of exceptional accompaniments to elevate your cheesy experience, including olives, roasted red pepper pesto, truffle lacquered nuts, flavoured crackers and straws, fresh fruits and herbs, and plenty more. So, can we all finally agree that there is no such thing as being 'in the mood' for cheese? And graciously and willingly accepting that cheese, in itself, is a whole mood? Get your paws on The Cheese Connoisseur at a Foodhall near you or visit us online at www.foodhallonline.com to place your order. #Cheese #CheesePlatter #CheeseHamper #CheeseLover #CheeseLove #CheeseLife #SayCheese #Cheeseboard #GrazingBoard #Food #InstaFood #Food #Food #FoodBlogFeed #Foodstagram #InstaFood #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #EatingForTheInsta

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Waiting (impatiently) for the Diwali holidays to roll around can be a lonely affair. That's why we're swooping in to save the day by setting you up on a Tuesdate with these wonderfully spongy Spiced Cupcakes by Needa Khan of @foodbossindia and Head Pastry Chef @chantillythecafe. Featuring a cupcake batter that's sweet but not diabetically so, balanced with a kick of spice (à la cinnamon and nutmeg) and heaped with smooth, melt-in-the-mouth cream cheese frosting, these bite-sized babies make for the perfect weekday companions! Diwali can wait just a little longer.... Ingredients:- For the Cupcake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 80g - Baking Powder, 1/4 tsp - Baking Soda, 1/4 tsp - Salt, 1/4 tsp - Cinnamon, 1/4 tsp - Nutmeg, a pinch (or two) - Butter, 60g - Castor Sugar, 50g - Brown Sugar, 45g - Egg, 1 - Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp - Yoghurt / Sour Cream, 60g For the Cream Cheese Frosting: - Unsalted Butter, 110g - Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 226g (or 1 brick) - Lemon Juice, 2 tsp, freshly squeezed - Icing Sugar, 500g, sifted Method:- For the Cupcake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 175°C. Line a cupcake tray with paper cups and set aside. • Brown the butter in a pan over medium heat until it's a light, toasty brown. • Combine both the sugars in a mixing bowl. Pour in the browned butter and whisk well. Allow the mixture to cool before adding in the egg. Whisk till well-combined. • Now add the dry ingredients and yoghurt and combine thoroughly. • Divide the batter into six cavities of the tray and bake for 18-20 minutes, or until a toothpick pierced through the centre comes out clean. • Let cool completely before frosting. • Finish with a dusting of cinnamon powder and stick in a tiny cinnamon quill for presentation. For the Cream Cheese Frosting: • In a large mixing bowl or stand mixer, beat the butter, cream cheese, and lemon juice until creamy. • With the mixer on low speed, add in the icing sugar one cup at a time, until fully incorporated. • Beat until the mixture is light and fluffy before heaping it on the cupcakes.

Waiting (impatiently) for the Diwali holidays to roll around can be a lonely affair. That's why we're swooping in to save the day by setting you up on a Tuesdate with these wonderfully spongy Spiced Cupcakes by Needa Khan of @foodbossindia and Head Pastry Chef @chantillythecafe. Featuring a cupcake batter that's sweet but not diabetically so, balanced with a kick of spice (à la cinnamon and nutmeg) and heaped with smooth, melt-in-the-mouth cream cheese frosting, these bite-sized babies make for the perfect weekday companions! Diwali can wait just a little longer.... Ingredients:- For the Cupcake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 80g - Baking Powder, 1/4 tsp - Baking Soda, 1/4 tsp - Salt, 1/4 tsp - Cinnamon, 1/4 tsp - Nutmeg, a pinch (or two) - Butter, 60g - Castor Sugar, 50g - Brown Sugar, 45g - Egg, 1 - Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp - Yoghurt / Sour Cream, 60g For the Cream Cheese Frosting: - Unsalted Butter, 110g - Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 226g (or 1 brick) - Lemon Juice, 2 tsp, freshly squeezed - Icing Sugar, 500g, sifted Method:- For the Cupcake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 175°C. Line a cupcake tray with paper cups and set aside. • Brown the butter in a pan over medium heat until it's a light, toasty brown. • Combine both the sugars in a mixing bowl. Pour in the browned butter and whisk well. Allow the mixture to cool before adding in the egg. Whisk till well-combined. • Now add the dry ingredients and yoghurt and combine thoroughly. • Divide the batter into six cavities of the tray and bake for 18-20 minutes, or until a toothpick pierced through the centre comes out clean. • Let cool completely before frosting. • Finish with a dusting of cinnamon powder and stick in a tiny cinnamon quill for presentation. For the Cream Cheese Frosting: • In a large mixing bowl or stand mixer, beat the butter, cream cheese, and lemon juice until creamy. • With the mixer on low speed, add in the icing sugar one cup at a time, until fully incorporated. • Beat until the mixture is light and fluffy before heaping it on the cupcakes.

Waiting (impatiently) for the Diwali holidays to roll around can be a lonely affair. That's why we're swooping in to save the day by setting you up on a Tuesdate with these wonderfully spongy Spiced Cupcakes by Needa Khan of @foodbossindia and Head Pastry Chef @chantillythecafe. Featuring a cupcake batter that's sweet but not diabetically so, balanced with a kick of spice (à la cinnamon and nutmeg) and heaped with smooth, melt-in-the-mouth cream cheese frosting, these bite-sized babies make for the perfect weekday companions! Diwali can wait just a little longer.... Ingredients:- For the Cupcake Batter: - All-purpose Flour, 80g - Baking Powder, 1/4 tsp - Baking Soda, 1/4 tsp - Salt, 1/4 tsp - Cinnamon, 1/4 tsp - Nutmeg, a pinch (or two) - Butter, 60g - Castor Sugar, 50g - Brown Sugar, 45g - Egg, 1 - Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp - Yoghurt / Sour Cream, 60g For the Cream Cheese Frosting: - Unsalted Butter, 110g - Philadelphia Cream Cheese, 226g (or 1 brick) - Lemon Juice, 2 tsp, freshly squeezed - Icing Sugar, 500g, sifted Method:- For the Cupcake Batter: • Preheat the oven to 175°C. Line a cupcake tray with paper cups and set aside. • Brown the butter in a pan over medium heat until it's a light, toasty brown. • Combine both the sugars in a mixing bowl. Pour in the browned butter and whisk well. Allow the mixture to cool before adding in the egg. Whisk till well-combined. • Now add the dry ingredients and yoghurt and combine thoroughly. • Divide the batter into six cavities of the tray and bake for 18-20 minutes, or until a toothpick pierced through the centre comes out clean. • Let cool completely before frosting. • Finish with a dusting of cinnamon powder and stick in a tiny cinnamon quill for presentation. For the Cream Cheese Frosting: • In a large mixing bowl or stand mixer, beat the butter, cream cheese, and lemon juice until creamy. • With the mixer on low speed, add in the icing sugar one cup at a time, until fully incorporated. • Beat until the mixture is light and fluffy before heaping it on the cupcakes.

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She's fresh! Exciting! And oh-so-inviting! Before you let your mind wander, we're talking about our bold, bright, and beyond-beautiful Thai Fruit Ensemble, laden with the juiciest seasonal picks from our orchards. Perfect for when you want to show your system some desperately-needed TLC in between those Diwali bingeing spells, it comes laden with a variety of plump, fresh Thai staples, including pears, red globe grapes, dragonfruit, pomegranates, muskmelon, Thai oranges, avocado, and pomelo. Whether you choose to peel and/or chop some up for a fruit salad or blitz a few in the juicer to invent your very own fresh fruit juice, there's plenty versatility and ample scope for experimentation! Find the Thai Fruit Ensemble at a Foodhall near you and on www.foodhallonline.com. Fruit on loop, AND it's healthy to boot? Count us in! #FruitPlatter #FruitHamper #FreshFruits #FruitBasket #FruitLover #Fruitarian #Fruitstagram #GiftHamper #FestiveHamper #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #Foodhall #WrappedInABlueRibbon

She's fresh! Exciting! And oh-so-inviting! Before you let your mind wander, we're talking about our bold, bright, and beyond-beautiful Thai Fruit Ensemble, laden with the juiciest seasonal picks from our orchards. Perfect for when you want to show your system some desperately-needed TLC in between those Diwali bingeing spells, it comes laden with a variety of plump, fresh Thai staples, including pears, red globe grapes, dragonfruit, pomegranates, muskmelon, Thai oranges, avocado, and pomelo. Whether you choose to peel and/or chop some up for a fruit salad or blitz a few in the juicer to invent your very own fresh fruit juice, there's plenty versatility and ample scope for experimentation! Find the Thai Fruit Ensemble at a Foodhall near you and on www.foodhallonline.com. Fruit on loop, AND it's healthy to boot? Count us in! #FruitPlatter #FruitHamper #FreshFruits #FruitBasket #FruitLover #Fruitarian #Fruitstagram #GiftHamper #FestiveHamper #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #Foodhall #WrappedInABlueRibbon

She's fresh! Exciting! And oh-so-inviting! Before you let your mind wander, we're talking about our bold, bright, and beyond-beautiful Thai Fruit Ensemble, laden with the juiciest seasonal picks from our orchards. Perfect for when you want to show your system some desperately-needed TLC in between those Diwali bingeing spells, it comes laden with a variety of plump, fresh Thai staples, including pears, red globe grapes, dragonfruit, pomegranates, muskmelon, Thai oranges, avocado, and pomelo. Whether you choose to peel and/or chop some up for a fruit salad or blitz a few in the juicer to invent your very own fresh fruit juice, there's plenty versatility and ample scope for experimentation! Find the Thai Fruit Ensemble at a Foodhall near you and on www.foodhallonline.com. Fruit on loop, AND it's healthy to boot? Count us in! #FruitPlatter #FruitHamper #FreshFruits #FruitBasket #FruitLover #Fruitarian #Fruitstagram #GiftHamper #FestiveHamper #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #Foodhall #WrappedInABlueRibbon

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We're just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast, thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies. As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali, there's no better time to revisit this Bengali icon, the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta's chai gully. In fact, thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British, who opened our eyes (and stomachs) to the art of sliced bread layered with butter. Today, it's safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn't come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth, luscious clotted cream that's been slathered on all-too-generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals (you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae's way, if you please). Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year, when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air. What's your go-to nostalgic nosh during festive season? We'd love to know, so drop your answers in the comments below! #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #FoodFoodFood #Foodstagram #FoodLover #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #ReelItFeelIt #FoodReels

We're just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast, thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies. As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali, there's no better time to revisit this Bengali icon, the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta's chai gully. In fact, thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British, who opened our eyes (and stomachs) to the art of sliced bread layered with butter. Today, it's safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn't come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth, luscious clotted cream that's been slathered on all-too-generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals (you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae's way, if you please). Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year, when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air. What's your go-to nostalgic nosh during festive season? We'd love to know, so drop your answers in the comments below! #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #FoodFoodFood #Foodstagram #FoodLover #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #ReelItFeelIt #FoodReels

We're just standing in front of this heavenly malai chini toast, thanking it for blessing our feeds and humbly asking for it to magically get in our bellies. As we turn the corner to celebrate Diwali, there's no better time to revisit this Bengali icon, the earliest crumbs of which can be traced to the bylanes of colonial Calcutta's chai gully. In fact, thanks for this invention can largely be attributed to the British, who opened our eyes (and stomachs) to the art of sliced bread layered with butter. Today, it's safe to say that childhood nostalgia doesn't come sweeter than a bed of warm toasted bread blanketed in smooth, luscious clotted cream that's been slathered on all-too-generously and topped off sparkly caramelised sugar crystals (you may send those sprinkling credits Salt Bae's way, if you please). Best enjoyed with a cup of piping hot tea this time of the year, when the mercury plummets and wintry aromas fill the air. What's your go-to nostalgic nosh during festive season? We'd love to know, so drop your answers in the comments below! #Food #FoodBlogFeed #InstaFood #FoodFoodFood #Foodstagram #FoodLover #FoodLove #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #ReelItFeelIt #FoodReels

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What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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