Howling With The Wolf

The unimpeded thoughts of the spirit



Korean Army Base Stew (부대 찌개) with Indian ingredients

It’s been a long time since my last recipe was uploaded to my blog even though I never actually stopped trying new ones.

This recipe was one I wanted to try for a very long while and finally got a chance to. It’s a very versatile recipe that can use almost any ingredient you have at hand.

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Dead Easy Home Made Waffles

Waffles are the best breakfast you can ask for, the warm inviting aroma guaranteeing a good start to your day. But how do you make waffles without a waffle iron?

There are actually two ways that I have used- Using a sandwich toaster or a grill pan!

These waffles are dead easy and extremely delicious, they will leave your mouth watering for more!

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Chocolate Mango Rolls


So it’s been a very long time since I’ve shared a recipe on my blog. So I wanted to keep this one simple.

The chocolate mango rolls are my twist to a recipe I saw somewhere in my Facebook feed, that version had strawberries and nutella. Nutella is quite costly and I prefer the chocolate spread that the shop I frequent keeps anyway.

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Cake in a Mug!

Cake baking is usually quite a tiresome affair and requires a lot of time and patience, which is why most of us shy away from this particular task.

What if I were to give you an easy and quick alternative to make a Chocolate cake in under 2 minutes??

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A Christmas Tradition

Now, Christmas isn’t exactly a Hindu festival. Then again, I had no idea what the difference was when I was 3 years old. I don’t think I care anyway.

My Mum was convent educated, which is presumably how she knew about Christmas Traditions.

Every year, I remember sitting down with mom,  decorating a red tray, which was probably an upturned sweet box.😝 We stuffed it with balled up cotton and I used to ask Mom if that’s what snow looks like.

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