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Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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Designer. Illustrator. Artist. Tech Geek. Tea Lover. Travel Blogger.

Recipes By Shruti Prabhu

Prickly Pear Margaritas by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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Cannot go wrong with a hot pink margarita! Prickly pears or Opuntia are edible fruits on a flat cactus which are sweet to taste and a sight for sore eyes.

Lobster Bisque by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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Scrumptious hearty lobster soup inspired by Julia Child. It's not a quick and easy recipe but one to savour and enjoy on a slow weekend. Worth all the trouble though.

Cranberry Popsicles by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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I love easy recipes that you can make and keep aside for a rainy day. When you have surprise visitors or a really tiring work day or just because you are awesome. Cranberry Popsicles are easy and super delicious.

Irish Coffee by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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The perfect warming Irish coffee for the cold weather.

Raspberry bliss by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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A variation to the usual strawberries and cream, this recipe is a perfect treat after those long work days. Easy to put together and delicious.

Goan Xacuti Curry by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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Goan cuisine is strongly influenced by the Portuguese, since they ruled Goa till 1961. Xacuti (Chacuti in Portuguese) is spicy curry made either with chicken or crabs. The roasted spices give such a lovely aroma to this recipe. You can tone down the heat by reducing the number of chillies.

Spinach Tortellini Soup by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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This is my favourite midweek recipe. As long as you have some frozen tortellinis on hand, you can make this within minutes. The ingredients can be easily found in your fridge. The chicken broth can be substituted with a vegetable broth. It will still taste great. I promise!

Grandma's Lemon Pickle by Shruti Prabhu

Mumbai, Maharashtra, IN

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This spicy yet sweet lemon pickle recipe reminds me of warm cozy lunch on chilly monsoon days, cuddling with grandma listening to her stories, perfect for cold and rainy weather.