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We’re brightening even the greyest of days with the freshest produce from our Thai Garden 💚💛 From fragrant basil leaves to zingy galangal & bamboo shoots, sour yet floral kaffir limes to piquant bird’s eye chillies — take yourself on a culinary adventure and pick up bright, flavourful and exotic Thai vegetables available in abundance this month. Head to foodhallonline.in for a host of recipes and make the most from our Thai Garden. #ThaiGarden #Thai #Veggies #Basil #Bamboo #Chilli #Exotic #KaffirLime #Floral #Flavour #Galangal #Herb #Fresh #FoodhallIndia

We’re brightening even the greyest of days with the freshest produce from our Thai Garden 💚💛 From fragrant basil leaves to zingy galangal & bamboo shoots, sour yet floral kaffir limes to piquant bird’s eye chillies — take yourself on a culinary adventure and pick up bright, flavourful and exotic Thai vegetables available in abundance this month. Head to foodhallonline.in for a host of recipes and make the most from our Thai Garden. #ThaiGarden #Thai #Veggies #Basil #Bamboo #Chilli #Exotic #KaffirLime #Floral #Flavour #Galangal #Herb #Fresh #FoodhallIndia

We’re brightening even the greyest of days with the freshest produce from our Thai Garden 💚💛 From fragrant basil leaves to zingy galangal & bamboo shoots, sour yet floral kaffir limes to piquant bird’s eye chillies — take yourself on a culinary adventure and pick up bright, flavourful and exotic Thai vegetables available in abundance this month. Head to foodhallonline.in for a host of recipes and make the most from our Thai Garden. #ThaiGarden #Thai #Veggies #Basil #Bamboo #Chilli #Exotic #KaffirLime #Floral #Flavour #Galangal #Herb #Fresh #FoodhallIndia

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Stocking up on staples? Bring back traditional grains on your plates by picking up these ‘cooling’ flours that will balance your pitta in this current weather. Buckwheat, Ragi, and Jowar flours are rich in nutrients that will keep you fuller, energetic and in optimum state during this part of the year. No more 4 pm slump! Here’s how we’re enjoying these gluten-free flours, and you can too: 1. Jowar & Jaggery Cake 2. Buckwheat Chocolate Cookies 3. Ragi Chips Click the link in bio to check out these recipes and make the most of millets this season. Call us on 8095031111 for a safe home delivery. You can also order via Swiggy Gourmet or Dunzo. #summer #staples #cooling #millet #ayurveda #glutenfree #recipe #buckwheat #cake #cookies #chocolate #healthylifestyle #summertime #health #nutrition #energy #rich #season #traditional #enjoy #mumbai #delhi #bengaluru #foodhallindia

Stocking up on staples? Bring back traditional grains on your plates by picking up these ‘cooling’ flours that will balance your pitta in this current weather. Buckwheat, Ragi, and Jowar flours are rich in nutrients that will keep you fuller, energetic and in optimum state during this part of the year. No more 4 pm slump! Here’s how we’re enjoying these gluten-free flours, and you can too: 1. Jowar & Jaggery Cake 2. Buckwheat Chocolate Cookies 3. Ragi Chips Click the link in bio to check out these recipes and make the most of millets this season. Call us on 8095031111 for a safe home delivery. You can also order via Swiggy Gourmet or Dunzo. #summer #staples #cooling #millet #ayurveda #glutenfree #recipe #buckwheat #cake #cookies #chocolate #healthylifestyle #summertime #health #nutrition #energy #rich #season #traditional #enjoy #mumbai #delhi #bengaluru #foodhallindia

Stocking up on staples? Bring back traditional grains on your plates by picking up these ‘cooling’ flours that will balance your pitta in this current weather. Buckwheat, Ragi, and Jowar flours are rich in nutrients that will keep you fuller, energetic and in optimum state during this part of the year. No more 4 pm slump! Here’s how we’re enjoying these gluten-free flours, and you can too: 1. Jowar & Jaggery Cake 2. Buckwheat Chocolate Cookies 3. Ragi Chips Click the link in bio to check out these recipes and make the most of millets this season. Call us on 8095031111 for a safe home delivery. You can also order via Swiggy Gourmet or Dunzo. #summer #staples #cooling #millet #ayurveda #glutenfree #recipe #buckwheat #cake #cookies #chocolate #healthylifestyle #summertime #health #nutrition #energy #rich #season #traditional #enjoy #mumbai #delhi #bengaluru #foodhallindia

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The basic Asian pantry essentials you should buy right now to amp up your culinary journey: 🌶 Chilli sauces (Sweet chilli, Sriracha, Fiery Red chilli paste) - They add a piquant note to sauces and marinades, or are used as condiments for whatever you cook 🔥 Wasabi - A traditional Japanese pungent condiment for sushi and other foods 🍜 Noodles - Asian noodles may be made of rice, wheat or buckwheat. They are quick to make and nutritious 🍉 Dragon fruit - Also known as pitaya, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is sweet and crunchy 🥑 Avocado - Because of its ability to adapt flavours, fuse them with Asian flavours and make Avocado Yuzu (meal kit available at a Foodhall near you), Donburi bowl, Sushi, and so much more 🍄 Mushroom - With so many types of mushrooms, the possibilities (and recipes) are endless. With it’s intense flavour, it works well in soups and curries 🍵 Matcha - The best of green tea, Matcha holds a special place for Asian tea lovers as it provides more goodness than regular tea 🫖 Jasmine tea - Jasmine tea is one of the most renowned flower teas. Serve it plain along with savoury or spicy foods Call us on 8095031111 to place an order or stock up on your pantry the next time you visit Foodhall.

The basic Asian pantry essentials you should buy right now to amp up your culinary journey: 🌶 Chilli sauces (Sweet chilli, Sriracha, Fiery Red chilli paste) - They add a piquant note to sauces and marinades, or are used as condiments for whatever you cook 🔥 Wasabi - A traditional Japanese pungent condiment for sushi and other foods 🍜 Noodles - Asian noodles may be made of rice, wheat or buckwheat. They are quick to make and nutritious 🍉 Dragon fruit - Also known as pitaya, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is sweet and crunchy 🥑 Avocado - Because of its ability to adapt flavours, fuse them with Asian flavours and make Avocado Yuzu (meal kit available at a Foodhall near you), Donburi bowl, Sushi, and so much more 🍄 Mushroom - With so many types of mushrooms, the possibilities (and recipes) are endless. With it’s intense flavour, it works well in soups and curries 🍵 Matcha - The best of green tea, Matcha holds a special place for Asian tea lovers as it provides more goodness than regular tea 🫖 Jasmine tea - Jasmine tea is one of the most renowned flower teas. Serve it plain along with savoury or spicy foods Call us on 8095031111 to place an order or stock up on your pantry the next time you visit Foodhall.

The basic Asian pantry essentials you should buy right now to amp up your culinary journey: 🌶 Chilli sauces (Sweet chilli, Sriracha, Fiery Red chilli paste) - They add a piquant note to sauces and marinades, or are used as condiments for whatever you cook 🔥 Wasabi - A traditional Japanese pungent condiment for sushi and other foods 🍜 Noodles - Asian noodles may be made of rice, wheat or buckwheat. They are quick to make and nutritious 🍉 Dragon fruit - Also known as pitaya, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is sweet and crunchy 🥑 Avocado - Because of its ability to adapt flavours, fuse them with Asian flavours and make Avocado Yuzu (meal kit available at a Foodhall near you), Donburi bowl, Sushi, and so much more 🍄 Mushroom - With so many types of mushrooms, the possibilities (and recipes) are endless. With it’s intense flavour, it works well in soups and curries 🍵 Matcha - The best of green tea, Matcha holds a special place for Asian tea lovers as it provides more goodness than regular tea 🫖 Jasmine tea - Jasmine tea is one of the most renowned flower teas. Serve it plain along with savoury or spicy foods Call us on 8095031111 to place an order or stock up on your pantry the next time you visit Foodhall.

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Edamame may be your side order before a sushi dinner, but its the perfect snack-time hero. On its own, #edamame doesn’t pack a whole lot of flavour, but when you think of it as a blank canvas, the possibilities of turning it into a tasty #snack are endless. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we made edamame in three ways - steamed, stir-fried and roasted. 1. Steamed - All you need is salt, water and 10 minutes to make this! Bring 6 cups of water to a boil with 1 tbsp salt. When the water reaches its boiling point, add in 2 cups of edamame. Cook for 5 minutes or until tender. Drain thoroughly. Season the edamame with sea salt. Serve #warm or #cold 2. Stir-fried - The #garlic really livens up this #healthy snack. Heat 1/2 tbsp olive oil in a pan and fry 1 clove of garlic. When aromatic, add the edamame, 1-2 tbsp soy sauce and 2 tsp birds eye #chilli. Toss all to combine well, until well cooked 3. Roasted - Utterly addictive. #Crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle - you just won’t stop nibbling on them. You need to preheat the oven to 180 degree celsius. Pat dry 500g thawed edamame using a paper towel. In a mixing bowl, toss the edamame with 2 tsp olive oil, 1 tsp salt & 1/2 tsp pepper and lay the edamame on a baking sheet. Allow to roast for 30-40 minutes, or until golden brown Enjoying our #recipes? Let us know in the comments below!

Edamame may be your side order before a sushi dinner, but its the perfect snack-time hero. On its own, #edamame doesn’t pack a whole lot of flavour, but when you think of it as a blank canvas, the possibilities of turning it into a tasty #snack are endless. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we made edamame in three ways - steamed, stir-fried and roasted. 1. Steamed - All you need is salt, water and 10 minutes to make this! Bring 6 cups of water to a boil with 1 tbsp salt. When the water reaches its boiling point, add in 2 cups of edamame. Cook for 5 minutes or until tender. Drain thoroughly. Season the edamame with sea salt. Serve #warm or #cold 2. Stir-fried - The #garlic really livens up this #healthy snack. Heat 1/2 tbsp olive oil in a pan and fry 1 clove of garlic. When aromatic, add the edamame, 1-2 tbsp soy sauce and 2 tsp birds eye #chilli. Toss all to combine well, until well cooked 3. Roasted - Utterly addictive. #Crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle - you just won’t stop nibbling on them. You need to preheat the oven to 180 degree celsius. Pat dry 500g thawed edamame using a paper towel. In a mixing bowl, toss the edamame with 2 tsp olive oil, 1 tsp salt & 1/2 tsp pepper and lay the edamame on a baking sheet. Allow to roast for 30-40 minutes, or until golden brown Enjoying our #recipes? Let us know in the comments below!

Edamame may be your side order before a sushi dinner, but its the perfect snack-time hero. On its own, #edamame doesn’t pack a whole lot of flavour, but when you think of it as a blank canvas, the possibilities of turning it into a tasty #snack are endless. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we made edamame in three ways - steamed, stir-fried and roasted. 1. Steamed - All you need is salt, water and 10 minutes to make this! Bring 6 cups of water to a boil with 1 tbsp salt. When the water reaches its boiling point, add in 2 cups of edamame. Cook for 5 minutes or until tender. Drain thoroughly. Season the edamame with sea salt. Serve #warm or #cold 2. Stir-fried - The #garlic really livens up this #healthy snack. Heat 1/2 tbsp olive oil in a pan and fry 1 clove of garlic. When aromatic, add the edamame, 1-2 tbsp soy sauce and 2 tsp birds eye #chilli. Toss all to combine well, until well cooked 3. Roasted - Utterly addictive. #Crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle - you just won’t stop nibbling on them. You need to preheat the oven to 180 degree celsius. Pat dry 500g thawed edamame using a paper towel. In a mixing bowl, toss the edamame with 2 tsp olive oil, 1 tsp salt & 1/2 tsp pepper and lay the edamame on a baking sheet. Allow to roast for 30-40 minutes, or until golden brown Enjoying our #recipes? Let us know in the comments below!

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While chef @bhuvneshwarisaigal from @foodhallcookerystudio prepares elaborate recipes everyday, she prefers a quick and #nutritious dip when hunger strikes! Her #Hummus Bowl is simple enough for a solo snack, and impressive enough for a #party platter. What you need: • Chickpeas, soaked, boiled and drained -1 cup • Olive oil - 4 tbsp • Tahini paste - 3 tbsp • Garlic cloves - 2 to 4 cloves • Lemon juice to taste • Salt to taste • 2 to 4 Ice cubes • Toppings – pumpkin, sunflower and chia seeds, feta #cheese, cherry tomatoes, paprika powder, dried cranberries Method: 1. In a food processor, blend tahini, ice cubes, garlic cloves and #oliveoil till well combined 2. Add in the chickpeas, and blend for 3-4 minutes, or until smooth. Make sure to pause once or twice to scrape the sides down 3. If the hummus seems too thick, feel free to add in an extra tablespoon or two of olive oil 4. Once mixed well, give the hummus a taste, and add in salt and lemon juice 5. Transfer it to a serving bowl, add on any #toppings that you would like, and enjoy!

While chef @bhuvneshwarisaigal from @foodhallcookerystudio prepares elaborate recipes everyday, she prefers a quick and #nutritious dip when hunger strikes! Her #Hummus Bowl is simple enough for a solo snack, and impressive enough for a #party platter. What you need: • Chickpeas, soaked, boiled and drained -1 cup • Olive oil - 4 tbsp • Tahini paste - 3 tbsp • Garlic cloves - 2 to 4 cloves • Lemon juice to taste • Salt to taste • 2 to 4 Ice cubes • Toppings – pumpkin, sunflower and chia seeds, feta #cheese, cherry tomatoes, paprika powder, dried cranberries Method: 1. In a food processor, blend tahini, ice cubes, garlic cloves and #oliveoil till well combined 2. Add in the chickpeas, and blend for 3-4 minutes, or until smooth. Make sure to pause once or twice to scrape the sides down 3. If the hummus seems too thick, feel free to add in an extra tablespoon or two of olive oil 4. Once mixed well, give the hummus a taste, and add in salt and lemon juice 5. Transfer it to a serving bowl, add on any #toppings that you would like, and enjoy!

While chef @bhuvneshwarisaigal from @foodhallcookerystudio prepares elaborate recipes everyday, she prefers a quick and #nutritious dip when hunger strikes! Her #Hummus Bowl is simple enough for a solo snack, and impressive enough for a #party platter. What you need: • Chickpeas, soaked, boiled and drained -1 cup • Olive oil - 4 tbsp • Tahini paste - 3 tbsp • Garlic cloves - 2 to 4 cloves • Lemon juice to taste • Salt to taste • 2 to 4 Ice cubes • Toppings – pumpkin, sunflower and chia seeds, feta #cheese, cherry tomatoes, paprika powder, dried cranberries Method: 1. In a food processor, blend tahini, ice cubes, garlic cloves and #oliveoil till well combined 2. Add in the chickpeas, and blend for 3-4 minutes, or until smooth. Make sure to pause once or twice to scrape the sides down 3. If the hummus seems too thick, feel free to add in an extra tablespoon or two of olive oil 4. Once mixed well, give the hummus a taste, and add in salt and lemon juice 5. Transfer it to a serving bowl, add on any #toppings that you would like, and enjoy!

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#FoodhallTestKitchen: Thinking of switching to a #plantbased diet? Turns out, one of the best places to start is your morning cup of #coffee or #tea. So @padmakkb tried three homemade non-dairy #mylks that don’t break the bank (or the #blender): 1. #OatMilk: soak 2 Tbsp instant oats in 1 cup of room temperature water for 1 hour. Blend until smooth, and strain through a fine sieve • The pros: creamy consistency, pleasant ‘oaty’ flavour, economical • The cons: can sometimes develop a slimy texture • How we like to use it: heated and frothed for a #vegan #cappuccino or #latte 2. #AlmondMilk: soak 10 almonds in 1 cup of room temperature water for at least 3 hours. Blend and strain through a muslin cloth • The pros: neutral flavour and colour • The cons: Watery consistency, tends to ‘split’ when heated up, expensive • How we like to use it: stirred into a strong cup of black #tea, or in baking recipes that call for a splash of milk 3. #CoconutMilk: blend 3 Tbsp grated coconut with 1 cup of room temperature water, and strain through a fine sieve. • The pros: Similar in texture to milk, mild flavour, heat-stable • The cons: a bit laborious to grate the coconut • How we like to use it: the most versatile of the lot, this works well as a milk substitute in sweets like custard, pastry cream, ice creams; or savoury preparations like curries and stews Have you tried making any alternative milks at home? Let us know your favourites in the comments below!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Thinking of switching to a #plantbased diet? Turns out, one of the best places to start is your morning cup of #coffee or #tea. So @padmakkb tried three homemade non-dairy #mylks that don’t break the bank (or the #blender): 1. #OatMilk: soak 2 Tbsp instant oats in 1 cup of room temperature water for 1 hour. Blend until smooth, and strain through a fine sieve • The pros: creamy consistency, pleasant ‘oaty’ flavour, economical • The cons: can sometimes develop a slimy texture • How we like to use it: heated and frothed for a #vegan #cappuccino or #latte 2. #AlmondMilk: soak 10 almonds in 1 cup of room temperature water for at least 3 hours. Blend and strain through a muslin cloth • The pros: neutral flavour and colour • The cons: Watery consistency, tends to ‘split’ when heated up, expensive • How we like to use it: stirred into a strong cup of black #tea, or in baking recipes that call for a splash of milk 3. #CoconutMilk: blend 3 Tbsp grated coconut with 1 cup of room temperature water, and strain through a fine sieve. • The pros: Similar in texture to milk, mild flavour, heat-stable • The cons: a bit laborious to grate the coconut • How we like to use it: the most versatile of the lot, this works well as a milk substitute in sweets like custard, pastry cream, ice creams; or savoury preparations like curries and stews Have you tried making any alternative milks at home? Let us know your favourites in the comments below!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Thinking of switching to a #plantbased diet? Turns out, one of the best places to start is your morning cup of #coffee or #tea. So @padmakkb tried three homemade non-dairy #mylks that don’t break the bank (or the #blender): 1. #OatMilk: soak 2 Tbsp instant oats in 1 cup of room temperature water for 1 hour. Blend until smooth, and strain through a fine sieve • The pros: creamy consistency, pleasant ‘oaty’ flavour, economical • The cons: can sometimes develop a slimy texture • How we like to use it: heated and frothed for a #vegan #cappuccino or #latte 2. #AlmondMilk: soak 10 almonds in 1 cup of room temperature water for at least 3 hours. Blend and strain through a muslin cloth • The pros: neutral flavour and colour • The cons: Watery consistency, tends to ‘split’ when heated up, expensive • How we like to use it: stirred into a strong cup of black #tea, or in baking recipes that call for a splash of milk 3. #CoconutMilk: blend 3 Tbsp grated coconut with 1 cup of room temperature water, and strain through a fine sieve. • The pros: Similar in texture to milk, mild flavour, heat-stable • The cons: a bit laborious to grate the coconut • How we like to use it: the most versatile of the lot, this works well as a milk substitute in sweets like custard, pastry cream, ice creams; or savoury preparations like curries and stews Have you tried making any alternative milks at home? Let us know your favourites in the comments below!

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Cooking everyday meals can be quite a chore. Check out @foodhallcookerystudio’s #virtual cooking classes that will get you excited to make weeknight dinners to Sunday #brunches, 5-ingredient recipes to #health focused classes - #FCSAtHome has it all! Guiding you through traditional techniques, flavours, and evolution of dishes in our virtual chef-led session, making your experience not only fun, but also #safe! Swipe ➡️ to see the upcoming class schedule.

Cooking everyday meals can be quite a chore. Check out @foodhallcookerystudio’s #virtual cooking classes that will get you excited to make weeknight dinners to Sunday #brunches, 5-ingredient recipes to #health focused classes - #FCSAtHome has it all! Guiding you through traditional techniques, flavours, and evolution of dishes in our virtual chef-led session, making your experience not only fun, but also #safe! Swipe ➡️ to see the upcoming class schedule.

Cooking everyday meals can be quite a chore. Check out @foodhallcookerystudio’s #virtual cooking classes that will get you excited to make weeknight dinners to Sunday #brunches, 5-ingredient recipes to #health focused classes - #FCSAtHome has it all! Guiding you through traditional techniques, flavours, and evolution of dishes in our virtual chef-led session, making your experience not only fun, but also #safe! Swipe ➡️ to see the upcoming class schedule.

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In this week’s #FoodhallTestKitchen, we realised that the perfect #HotChocolate does exist! Just to be sure, we tried 3 different recipes so you don’t have to. • Method: Simply combine all the ingredients in a saucepan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes, whisking constantly to avoid lumps 1. Original Hot Chocolate – 1 cup milk, 2 tbsp drinking chocolate powder, 1 tsp sugar, 1-2 drops vanilla extract, 1⁄2 tsp cornstarch, optional The result – The easiest, #classic hot cocoa never disappoints! 2. French Hot Chocolate – 1⁄2 cup milk, 1⁄4 cup heavy cream, 1 tsp sugar, 1⁄2 cup chopped 70% dark chocolate, 1⁄2 tsp espresso #coffee powder - optional, but great for intensifying chocolate flavour The result - Luxuriously thick, velvety and flavourful. It’s like drinking hot molten chocolate or Le Chocolat Chaud in #French 3. Vegan & Keto Hot Chocolate – 1 cup coconut milk, 1 1⁄2 cup cocoa powder, few drops of Stevia, 1⁄2 tsp cinnamon powder, optional The result – Healthy hot chocolate is no longer an oxymoron! A delicious alternative to the popular recipe without compromising on the taste

In this week’s #FoodhallTestKitchen, we realised that the perfect #HotChocolate does exist! Just to be sure, we tried 3 different recipes so you don’t have to. • Method: Simply combine all the ingredients in a saucepan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes, whisking constantly to avoid lumps 1. Original Hot Chocolate – 1 cup milk, 2 tbsp drinking chocolate powder, 1 tsp sugar, 1-2 drops vanilla extract, 1⁄2 tsp cornstarch, optional The result – The easiest, #classic hot cocoa never disappoints! 2. French Hot Chocolate – 1⁄2 cup milk, 1⁄4 cup heavy cream, 1 tsp sugar, 1⁄2 cup chopped 70% dark chocolate, 1⁄2 tsp espresso #coffee powder - optional, but great for intensifying chocolate flavour The result - Luxuriously thick, velvety and flavourful. It’s like drinking hot molten chocolate or Le Chocolat Chaud in #French 3. Vegan & Keto Hot Chocolate – 1 cup coconut milk, 1 1⁄2 cup cocoa powder, few drops of Stevia, 1⁄2 tsp cinnamon powder, optional The result – Healthy hot chocolate is no longer an oxymoron! A delicious alternative to the popular recipe without compromising on the taste

In this week’s #FoodhallTestKitchen, we realised that the perfect #HotChocolate does exist! Just to be sure, we tried 3 different recipes so you don’t have to. • Method: Simply combine all the ingredients in a saucepan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes, whisking constantly to avoid lumps 1. Original Hot Chocolate – 1 cup milk, 2 tbsp drinking chocolate powder, 1 tsp sugar, 1-2 drops vanilla extract, 1⁄2 tsp cornstarch, optional The result – The easiest, #classic hot cocoa never disappoints! 2. French Hot Chocolate – 1⁄2 cup milk, 1⁄4 cup heavy cream, 1 tsp sugar, 1⁄2 cup chopped 70% dark chocolate, 1⁄2 tsp espresso #coffee powder - optional, but great for intensifying chocolate flavour The result - Luxuriously thick, velvety and flavourful. It’s like drinking hot molten chocolate or Le Chocolat Chaud in #French 3. Vegan & Keto Hot Chocolate – 1 cup coconut milk, 1 1⁄2 cup cocoa powder, few drops of Stevia, 1⁄2 tsp cinnamon powder, optional The result – Healthy hot chocolate is no longer an oxymoron! A delicious alternative to the popular recipe without compromising on the taste

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#FoodhallTestKitchen - Microwave Mug Cakes: Wondering how to achieve the best crumb in a matter of minutes? Microwave #MugCakes are an Instagram sensation, but they can be pretty disappointing in real life. So we tested 3 recipes to make sure you to get that quick dessert fix, with the best taste. • Method: Simply combine the ingredients with a spoon or fork in a microwave proof mug • Time: 2 minutes each 1. Eggless - ¼ cup all purpose flour, 2 tbsp cocoa powder, ¼ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp sugar, ⅛ tsp salt, ¼ cup milk, 2 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - Gummy texture and the cake became drier as it got cold. 2. With egg - 4 tbsp all purpose flour, 4 tbsp sugar, 1 medium egg, 3 tbsp milk, 3 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - A clear #winner, among the three if we had to choose! This closely resembled a regular oven-baked cake. 3. #Vegan & gluten free - 3 tbsp oat flour (or any millet flour), 1 tbsp cocoa powder, pinch of salt, ½ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp raw sugar (or any sweetner of your choice), 1 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp almond milk (or any dairy free milk), ½ tsp vinegar (for the rise), few drops of vanilla essence The result - The batter puffed up like a marshmallow and then, as soon as the microwave turned off, it deflated like a flat tyre. We wouldn't recommend this one! If you're ready to take kitchen experiments a bit more seriously, join us for the virtual cooking classes by FCS At Home. Visit @foodhallcookerystudio to view the class calendar and make pro-level sweets at home!

#FoodhallTestKitchen - Microwave Mug Cakes: Wondering how to achieve the best crumb in a matter of minutes? Microwave #MugCakes are an Instagram sensation, but they can be pretty disappointing in real life. So we tested 3 recipes to make sure you to get that quick dessert fix, with the best taste. • Method: Simply combine the ingredients with a spoon or fork in a microwave proof mug • Time: 2 minutes each 1. Eggless - ¼ cup all purpose flour, 2 tbsp cocoa powder, ¼ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp sugar, ⅛ tsp salt, ¼ cup milk, 2 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - Gummy texture and the cake became drier as it got cold. 2. With egg - 4 tbsp all purpose flour, 4 tbsp sugar, 1 medium egg, 3 tbsp milk, 3 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - A clear #winner, among the three if we had to choose! This closely resembled a regular oven-baked cake. 3. #Vegan & gluten free - 3 tbsp oat flour (or any millet flour), 1 tbsp cocoa powder, pinch of salt, ½ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp raw sugar (or any sweetner of your choice), 1 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp almond milk (or any dairy free milk), ½ tsp vinegar (for the rise), few drops of vanilla essence The result - The batter puffed up like a marshmallow and then, as soon as the microwave turned off, it deflated like a flat tyre. We wouldn't recommend this one! If you're ready to take kitchen experiments a bit more seriously, join us for the virtual cooking classes by FCS At Home. Visit @foodhallcookerystudio to view the class calendar and make pro-level sweets at home!

#FoodhallTestKitchen - Microwave Mug Cakes: Wondering how to achieve the best crumb in a matter of minutes? Microwave #MugCakes are an Instagram sensation, but they can be pretty disappointing in real life. So we tested 3 recipes to make sure you to get that quick dessert fix, with the best taste. • Method: Simply combine the ingredients with a spoon or fork in a microwave proof mug • Time: 2 minutes each 1. Eggless - ¼ cup all purpose flour, 2 tbsp cocoa powder, ¼ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp sugar, ⅛ tsp salt, ¼ cup milk, 2 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - Gummy texture and the cake became drier as it got cold. 2. With egg - 4 tbsp all purpose flour, 4 tbsp sugar, 1 medium egg, 3 tbsp milk, 3 tbsp oil, few drops of vanilla essence The result - A clear #winner, among the three if we had to choose! This closely resembled a regular oven-baked cake. 3. #Vegan & gluten free - 3 tbsp oat flour (or any millet flour), 1 tbsp cocoa powder, pinch of salt, ½ tsp baking powder, 2 tbsp raw sugar (or any sweetner of your choice), 1 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp almond milk (or any dairy free milk), ½ tsp vinegar (for the rise), few drops of vanilla essence The result - The batter puffed up like a marshmallow and then, as soon as the microwave turned off, it deflated like a flat tyre. We wouldn't recommend this one! If you're ready to take kitchen experiments a bit more seriously, join us for the virtual cooking classes by FCS At Home. Visit @foodhallcookerystudio to view the class calendar and make pro-level sweets at home!

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