The Victoria sponge was name after Queen Victoria, who enjoyed a slice of cake with her afternoon tea. It is still one of the most popular cakes in the UK. The traditional version consists of two sponges, layered with whipped cream and raspberry or strawberry preserve. If you top it up with some seasonal fruit and serve with a glass of champagne instead of a cup of tea, it truly becomes a royal dessert. You can increase the number of sponges (I made four) to make it even more queenly. Multi-storey Victoria sponge is a frequent guest at British weddings.
I’m sharing an exotic dish today, Kongunadu Cauliflower Kurma, which is a delicious curry made with cauliflower. The dish is spicy, aromatic and cauliflower is cooked in rich coconut gravy. It is also known as Cauliflower Korma Curry. Kongunadu cuisine is a collection of recipes created by the people residing in the Kongu region. Kongu region comprises of... Read More »