The Mr Crust Bakery 15

The heavenly aroma of freshly baked bread along with the sight of everything good be it sandwiches, cakes, doughnuts…you name it, you get it, will greet you as you step inside the shop.

Mr Crust, located in Vijay Nagar near North Campus, is one of the finest bakeries in North Delhi with an added advantage of being economical.  Don’t eat eggs? No problem, they offer a variety of eggless cakes and pastries. Want to design your own cake? Don’t worry, they’ll make it happen!

As far as it’s snacks are concerned, the most popular one is the Makhani pasta which is a fusion of Indian and Italian spices. Another delicacy that’s a must try is my favourite – Crispy Chilli Potato.

 

They often add new items to their menu according to the occasion and this Christmas the specialty was a unique red velvet doughnut, marzipans and different flavoured poppers: strawberry pop, teddy pop, fruit pop etc.

You can have a sumptuous meal under Rs 300 and you’ll come out as a happier person, after all, it’s a value for money!

So think no more and give it a try.

 

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High Five’s for the Summer !! 86

We are proud of our countries, rich variety of landscape, flora and fauna and of course seasons. We enjoy all along with the food, spices and herbs associated with them. The summers are here and so is the ever increasing temperature and the wide variety of tropical fruits. Every house has its own share of summer recipes. Out of many, sharing here some simple effective cool drinks.

Love of Mango Man- Aam Panna
Mango is a synonym of summers. Everybody loves mangoes irrespective of age! Raw mango or kacchi keri is relished in many forms. Here is a cool mango drink made by raw mango to beat the heat.

• Green mangoes 1 kilogramme
• Roasted cumin powder 4 teaspoons
• Roasted fennel(saunf) Powder
• Black salt (kala namak) 2 teaspoon
• Sugar 3 cups
Method
1. Wash and boil the mangoes. Let them cool. Peel, mash and strain the pulp.
2. Add five cups of water and mix well.
3. Add the cumin powder, powdered fennel seed, black salt, and sugar. Mix well till sugar is dissolved. Chill in the refrigerator.
4. Pour into glasses as required and dilute with chilled water as per your taste.
5. Serve immediately.

Tadka Chaach – Tempered Buttermilk
A very humble recipe from the villages of India. A guaranteed coolant. Rustic India still relies on this one since ages and nothing can beat the cooling effect it has.
Ingredients
• Curd
• Cumin seed roasted
• Ginger 1 inch
• Chili 1
• 1 tbsp black salt
1. Mix the curd, cumin seeds powder, ginger-green chili paste, black salt and salt in a deep bowl and mix well.
2. Add 4 cups of chilled water and whisk well.
3. For the tempering, heat the oil in a small pan and add the cumin seeds.
When the seeds crackle, pour the tempering over the buttermilk.
4. Garnish with chopped coriander and mint. Mix and serve.

Lemony Melon

Ingredients
• 1 Medium size watermelon
• 2 tablespoon mint leaves
• 1 tablespoon black salt
• ½ tablespoon chaat masala
• 1 lemon

Method
1. Cut and deseed watermelon into cubes.
2. Blend all ingredients in the blender.
3. No need to add water.
4. Serve cool in a tall glass.

Childhood memories-Yummy Jal jeera

Ingredients
 ¼ cup packed chopped mint leaves (pudina)
 ¼ cup packed chopped coriander (hara dhania)
 1 tablespoon chopped ginger (adrak)
 1 tablespoon cumin seed dry roasted and powdered (bhuna jeera)
 Pinch of asafetida (hing)
 1 teaspoon salt
 1 teaspoon black salt (kala Namak) available in Indian stores
 3 tablespoons lemon juice
 1 tablespoon tamarind seedless (imli)
 2 tablespoon sugar adjust to taste
 4 cups water
 1 cup crushed ice
Method
1. Blend all the spices into the paste using enough water needed to blend.
2. Strain the spice mix and squeeze all the spicy water out. Discard the roughage.
3. Add the water, mix it and serve over the ice.

Tropical Fun
Ingredients
• 1 Glass of Pineapple Juice
• 1 Glass of Orange Juice
• Few Mint Leaves
• 1 teaspoon of Ginger juice

Method
1. Mix the juices.
2. Crush the mint leaves along with the ginger juice.
3. Add crushed ice.
4. Pour Juice mix. Stir and serve.

Imperfecto, Hauz Khas 12

My idea of a good Saturday night?
Well….warm place, good vibes, good booze, some live music and friends. I had been wanting that for a very long time. It is very difficult to have such a night when you are living in a hostel because eventually warm place becomes the comfort of your bed, good vibes become the latest show that you binge watch and good booze becomes cheap daaru that you get from the theka outside your hostel.

However, my wish did come true when I visited Imperfecto at Hauz Khas. It was Saturday night so obviously the place was a bit crowded but we managed to find a spot for six.  It had everything I could ever ask for on a beautiful night.  Let’s start with the fact that it will not let you leave disappointed.

The interiors are eclectically designed and it offers an amazing variety of food and drinks with perplexing music.

Let me warn you about the money though. Since the place is so damn awesome, it is not cheap at all. So if you want to have a dreamy night with all its music and jazz, make sure you are carrying enough to pay for the same 😛

Take my advice and head to Imperfecto HKV this Saturday!!
You can also check out their Facebook page for more events.

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