Figs plucked straight from the tree, plump, sweet and juicy, warmed by the sun. But if you have to settle, like me, for the ones from the supermarket this is a delicious way to put the sun back into them. A little honey and a sprig of thyme brings a real Mediterranean flavour to even the unripe fruit. Team that with a creamy honey and pistachio ice cream and give a last salut! to a wonderful Indian Summer.
With my last month’s epic Bundt cake disasters and then final success, I was bracing myself up for this month’s theme with the #BundtBakers. If last month’s epic battle with the Bundt taught me anything, It was this – “Respect the Bundt! For it has a mind of its own”.
I was keen to try my favorite brownie recipe for this month’s theme – Rocky Road. I have made a bundt cake with the recipe a few times and it has been a success. So I was acting cool as a cuke and thinking, “I got this”!
This is one of my favourite desserts. Rice kheer is a rice pudding made with milk, cardamom, and saffron. Its so simple, yet incredibly tasty. You can serve it warm or cold too so its pretty versatile.