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A speciali-tea at most Burmese restaurants, we've got the perfect summer recipe for you! This Burmese super salad is fresh, tangy, crunchy and loaded with antioxidants. What you need: • THT’s Darjeeling Sencha Tea – ½ cup • Garlic - 3 cloves • Ginger - 2 tbsp, finely diced • Shallot - 1/2 • Sesame oil - 1 tbsp • Vegetable oil - 2 tbsp • Lemon juice - 3 tbsp • White vinegar - 2 tbsp • Fish sauce - 2 tbsp • Salt - 1 tsp • Romaine lettuce - 2 handfuls, sliced • Peanuts - 1/2 cup, toasted • Sesame seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Sunflower seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Toor dal (split pigeon peas) - ¼ cup, toasted • Garlic - 4 cloves, thinly sliced • Vegetable oil, for frying garlic • Lemon - 1, cut into wedges Method: For the dressing - 1. Prep your tea leaves at least 1 day in advance. Pour loose leaves into a medium bowl. Pour water at 80 degrees C over the leaves and allow to steep for 10 mins. Strain and rinse with cool water 2. Return to bowl and cover with cold water. Let sit for at least 1 hour. Drain again & rinse 3. Squeeze out the tea leaves to get rid of excess water. Place leaves into your blender 4. Add garlic, ginger, shallot, sesame oil, vegetable oil, lemon juice, vinegar, fish sauce & salt 5. Process until the mixture, you may need to scrape down the sides of your processor a few times 6. Pour mixture into a container and place in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours- dressing is best after 2-3 days of refrigeration For the Salad - 7. To prepare the salad, start by frying the garlic. Pour about ¾ cup vegetable oil into a frying pan. Place sliced garlic into the cold oil. Turn heat to medium, and fry until garlic turns a light brown toasty colour. Remove with a slotted spoon or spatula to a paper towel to drain 1. To assemble - mound your lettuce on a serving plate. Pour your crunchy toppings and fried garlic around the lettuce 8. Place 3 tablespoons of the tea leaves in the centre of the salad 9. Before serving, squeeze 1 lemon wedge over the entire salad and toss all the ingredients together - mix well to coat with the tea leaves and serve immediately Call us on 8095031111 and choose from over 100 single-estate teas from The House of Tea today!

A speciali-tea at most Burmese restaurants, we've got the perfect summer recipe for you! This Burmese super salad is fresh, tangy, crunchy and loaded with antioxidants. What you need: • THT’s Darjeeling Sencha Tea – ½ cup • Garlic - 3 cloves • Ginger - 2 tbsp, finely diced • Shallot - 1/2 • Sesame oil - 1 tbsp • Vegetable oil - 2 tbsp • Lemon juice - 3 tbsp • White vinegar - 2 tbsp • Fish sauce - 2 tbsp • Salt - 1 tsp • Romaine lettuce - 2 handfuls, sliced • Peanuts - 1/2 cup, toasted • Sesame seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Sunflower seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Toor dal (split pigeon peas) - ¼ cup, toasted • Garlic - 4 cloves, thinly sliced • Vegetable oil, for frying garlic • Lemon - 1, cut into wedges Method: For the dressing - 1. Prep your tea leaves at least 1 day in advance. Pour loose leaves into a medium bowl. Pour water at 80 degrees C over the leaves and allow to steep for 10 mins. Strain and rinse with cool water 2. Return to bowl and cover with cold water. Let sit for at least 1 hour. Drain again & rinse 3. Squeeze out the tea leaves to get rid of excess water. Place leaves into your blender 4. Add garlic, ginger, shallot, sesame oil, vegetable oil, lemon juice, vinegar, fish sauce & salt 5. Process until the mixture, you may need to scrape down the sides of your processor a few times 6. Pour mixture into a container and place in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours- dressing is best after 2-3 days of refrigeration For the Salad - 7. To prepare the salad, start by frying the garlic. Pour about ¾ cup vegetable oil into a frying pan. Place sliced garlic into the cold oil. Turn heat to medium, and fry until garlic turns a light brown toasty colour. Remove with a slotted spoon or spatula to a paper towel to drain 1. To assemble - mound your lettuce on a serving plate. Pour your crunchy toppings and fried garlic around the lettuce 8. Place 3 tablespoons of the tea leaves in the centre of the salad 9. Before serving, squeeze 1 lemon wedge over the entire salad and toss all the ingredients together - mix well to coat with the tea leaves and serve immediately Call us on 8095031111 and choose from over 100 single-estate teas from The House of Tea today!

A speciali-tea at most Burmese restaurants, we've got the perfect summer recipe for you! This Burmese super salad is fresh, tangy, crunchy and loaded with antioxidants. What you need: • THT’s Darjeeling Sencha Tea – ½ cup • Garlic - 3 cloves • Ginger - 2 tbsp, finely diced • Shallot - 1/2 • Sesame oil - 1 tbsp • Vegetable oil - 2 tbsp • Lemon juice - 3 tbsp • White vinegar - 2 tbsp • Fish sauce - 2 tbsp • Salt - 1 tsp • Romaine lettuce - 2 handfuls, sliced • Peanuts - 1/2 cup, toasted • Sesame seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Sunflower seeds - ¼ cup toasted • Toor dal (split pigeon peas) - ¼ cup, toasted • Garlic - 4 cloves, thinly sliced • Vegetable oil, for frying garlic • Lemon - 1, cut into wedges Method: For the dressing - 1. Prep your tea leaves at least 1 day in advance. Pour loose leaves into a medium bowl. Pour water at 80 degrees C over the leaves and allow to steep for 10 mins. Strain and rinse with cool water 2. Return to bowl and cover with cold water. Let sit for at least 1 hour. Drain again & rinse 3. Squeeze out the tea leaves to get rid of excess water. Place leaves into your blender 4. Add garlic, ginger, shallot, sesame oil, vegetable oil, lemon juice, vinegar, fish sauce & salt 5. Process until the mixture, you may need to scrape down the sides of your processor a few times 6. Pour mixture into a container and place in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours- dressing is best after 2-3 days of refrigeration For the Salad - 7. To prepare the salad, start by frying the garlic. Pour about ¾ cup vegetable oil into a frying pan. Place sliced garlic into the cold oil. Turn heat to medium, and fry until garlic turns a light brown toasty colour. Remove with a slotted spoon or spatula to a paper towel to drain 1. To assemble - mound your lettuce on a serving plate. Pour your crunchy toppings and fried garlic around the lettuce 8. Place 3 tablespoons of the tea leaves in the centre of the salad 9. Before serving, squeeze 1 lemon wedge over the entire salad and toss all the ingredients together - mix well to coat with the tea leaves and serve immediately Call us on 8095031111 and choose from over 100 single-estate teas from The House of Tea today!

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#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

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From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

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From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

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Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

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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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If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

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If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

If you’re looking to #detox this August, take our #21DayWellnessChallenge and start each day (for the next 21 days) sipping on #AppleCiderVinegar and warm water, infused with a few drops of raw honey. The pro’s of this probiotic are plenty and will do wonders to boost your immunity this #festive-season! #FoodhallIndia #Fermented #FermentedDrinks #Probiotic #Breakfast #GoodHabits #BreakfastTime #HealthyLiving #GutHealth

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Looking for a quick fix to elevate your next salad? The all-encompassing range of dressings by Praise adds the perfect finishing touch, with flavours that span all the classics (creamy mayonnaise and Thousand Island included!), to healthier options including fat-free balsamic, coleslaw and a French salad dressing. Discover the full selection at your nearest Foodhall store to add a burst of flavour to your next salad. #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveOfFood #Healthy #Fresh #Salad #SaladDressing #ItalianDressing #CaesarSalad #BalsamicVinegar #Balsamic #FrenchDressing #Coleslaw #Australia #AustralianOwned

Looking for a quick fix to elevate your next salad? The all-encompassing range of dressings by Praise adds the perfect finishing touch, with flavours that span all the classics (creamy mayonnaise and Thousand Island included!), to healthier options including fat-free balsamic, coleslaw and a French salad dressing. Discover the full selection at your nearest Foodhall store to add a burst of flavour to your next salad. #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveOfFood #Healthy #Fresh #Salad #SaladDressing #ItalianDressing #CaesarSalad #BalsamicVinegar #Balsamic #FrenchDressing #Coleslaw #Australia #AustralianOwned

Looking for a quick fix to elevate your next salad? The all-encompassing range of dressings by Praise adds the perfect finishing touch, with flavours that span all the classics (creamy mayonnaise and Thousand Island included!), to healthier options including fat-free balsamic, coleslaw and a French salad dressing. Discover the full selection at your nearest Foodhall store to add a burst of flavour to your next salad. #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveOfFood #Healthy #Fresh #Salad #SaladDressing #ItalianDressing #CaesarSalad #BalsamicVinegar #Balsamic #FrenchDressing #Coleslaw #Australia #AustralianOwned

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