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  1. Hi Aksh
    Ive been thru your website and like the recipes .. will be trying them soon.. I have some butterscotch chips (just like choco chips) in my fridge.. Can you let me know of a good cake or pudding or icecream recipe where i can use the butterscotch chips … Thanks Veens

  2. Hi Aksh

    Ive been thru your website and like the recipes .. will be trying them soon.. I have some butterscotch chips (just like choco chips) in my fridge.. Can you let me know of a good cake or pudding or icecream recipe where i can use the butterscotch chips … Thanks Veens

    • Thanks Veens…! If you are making a vanilla, banana or chocolate layer cake , you can just spread some butterscotch chips on top of the frosting / cream in between the layers. You can also mix the chips into any basic vanilla/chocolate/ caramel / banana cake recipe you have at the end (make sure to dust with flour so they don’t sink!) . You’ ll have a lovely buttercotchy flavour throughout . You can also add these to any soft or chewy cookie , brownie or blondie. Same with ice-cream , you can add over served ice-cream for that extra crunch or when you are making the base, melt it and mix before freezing. I like it with vanilla or banana ice-cream. You can also pulse it in your mixer once and swirl the crush into your ice-cream. Its lovely.

  3. Thanks Veens…! If you are making a vanilla, banana or chocolate layer cake , you can just spread some butterscotch chips on top of the frosting / cream in between the layers. You can also mix the chips into any basic vanilla/chocolate/ caramel / banana cake recipe you have at the end (make sure to dust with flour so they don’t sink!) . You’ ll have a lovely buttercotchy flavour throughout . You can also add these to any soft or chewy cookie , brownie or blondie. Same with ice-cream , you can add over served ice-cream for that extra crunch or when you are making the base, melt it and mix before freezing. I like it with vanilla or banana ice-cream. You can also pulse it in your mixer once and swirl the crush into your ice-cream. Its lovely.

  4. Hi, I am so glad that I found your blog. There are so many amazing recipes here. Thanks. I am planning to make a pineapple cake for my brother’s birthday. Is it a good idea to do a vanilla sponge cake +the pineapple icing recipe you have posted. How different is the vanilla sponge cake from the plain sponge cake.

  5. Thanks for your amazing recipes. I am planning to make a pineapple cake using a vanilla sponge cake. Can I make it just by adding vanilla essence to your sponge cake recipe. Thanks again

  6. Hi, I am so glad that I found your blog. There are so many amazing recipes here. Thanks. I am planning to make a pineapple cake for my brother’s birthday. Is it a good idea to do a vanilla sponge cake +the pineapple icing recipe you have posted. How different is the vanilla sponge cake from the plain sponge cake.

  7. Thank you so much Sonam. You can make a pineapple cake by either using the sponge cake (how to make a perfect sponge) or the hot milk sponge cake. Use vanilla extract if you can’t find pineapple. You can follow the recipe as in pineapple pastry on the blog. Let me know if I can be of more help !

  8. Hello, saw your post on Black Forest Cake, lovely presentation. just one quest: What size eggs did you use – small,medium or large. many thanks.

  9. Hi Payal… replace with 1/2 cup thick curd . Instead of adding 2 tsp baking powder, use 1 1/2 tsp powder and 1/2 tsp baking soda.

  10. I tried sponge cake according to your instructions & wow it came so nice & beautiful that it was finished within no time. sorry could not send a photo. Your instructions are so vivid that no one can go wrong.Never before my cake was so spongy & soft ..Fully satisfied .thank u very much. expecting eggless sp.cake recipe.

  11. Thanks so much for the awesome feedback Vasudha.. ! I love this cake recipe and so am so happy when others like it too.. working on an eggless cake !

  12. Have you tried making frosting from coconut cream? I’m trying to look for baby friendly recipes…and there are many sites that talk about whipping coconut cream/thick milk.

  13. Hi Shiffy… Thanks so much !! I have tried using coconut milk fresh as well as the ones we get in packs like dabur.. just doesn’t thicken !

  14. hi.. i am about to try the swedish chocolate cake.. it looks super !! only, i need to frost it with chocolate ganache and thinking of wrapping it kitkats all around the sides.. will all this work?? is it too gooey for this??? or will be become excessively chocolaty?? thanks.

  15. Hi , thanks for the lovely recipes . Have tried so many just love all of them . Can you please post recipes of egg free Japanese cheese cake and chocolate tart base without eggs.TIA

  16. Simply amazing cakes. Loved the Mango cakes. I don’t get fresh Mango now, can i use the can ones and same measurements? waiting to try the cakes!!!! thank you for taking time in updating ur blog with such awesome recipes and helping us newbies. 🙂

    • Hi Chaits ! Thanks for visiting my space .. and the mango cakes will be as good with canned mango. Just check if it is sweetened or not and adjust sugar accordingly… Happy baking !

  17. Hi,
    I keep oggling at your page for recipes . Iv always wanted to know how do you come up with the perfect ratios for baking. If i have to build my own cake, how do i go about it?

    • Hi Pavithra .. Thanks so much for the appreciation. Unfortunately , I am usually more a “trier and tester ” of recipes than a “recipe creator” . Even when I do make my own , its by studying other recipes . That said , there are formulas to come up with your own cake recipes… like the sugar should be equal to flour ,eggs should be equal to butter (by weight) and 1 tsp baking powder for 1 cup flour etc. Have a look at this link http://www.finecooking.com/articles/ratios-for-great-cakes.aspx?pg=1 . For a more in-depth understanding of this though , I would suggest books like Baking Bible and How Baking works!

  18. Hi..huge fan of ur blog. Tried d homemade bourbon biscuits.. Fantastic recipe. Loved it. No fail one..n mouth watering. Aroma of a choc flavour cookies.. N to top it a bourbon.. Yumm..
    Pposted pics of cookies in homebakers guild page on Facebook.. Plz chk..:)

    I love it blog..huge fan of ur blog

  19. Your blog is toooo good
    I visited it just now l liked it vvv much
    I will bake & let you know if any query I will ask you
    Thanku dear

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