Orange Chili pistachio truffles – A guest post for Sunshineandsmile
Today I am so excited to share my very first guest post for my dear friend Kankana! I have made these delicious Orange chili pistachio truffles especially for her beautiful space Sunshineandsmile.
Kankana – What should I tell you about this girl? Should I talk about her blog/her cheerful personality or her amazing photography? Well let’s begin with her cheerful personality. She is always full of energy. You can literally sense positive energy every time she is talking to you. Well by talk I meant chat. Yes, we are chat buddies. I only know her through our little blogging world and I am glad I do.
Her blog Sunshineandsmile is just 5 months older than ZaikaZabardast but Oh boy! Look at her! Sky is the limit I guess! I love her recipes and LOVE Love love her photography. She is not only a pro in food photography but she captures beautiful travel photographs. She has an ability to showcase new places in such a beautiful way that it will want you to visit the place that was captured by her. For example her visit to Hong Kong or her hometown post on Calcutta. I haven’t been to either places but after looking at her pictures I want to go there. Brilliant! Well check out her blog yourself and I know we will be on the same page. Her dedication for her passion makes her very very special and I am honored to share my recipe on her blog today. Kankana dear, Thank you.
For recipe, please visit my post here and don’t forget to say Hello to Sunshineandsmile!
Hi Grishma! You have a lovely website and I look forward to following you. I agree about Kankana – she’s a talented blogger and I enjoy reading her stories and photography. I’ve learned so much from her food styling too. It’s nice to meet you thanks to Kankana. 🙂
Hello Nami, thank you very much for lovely words. And I absolutely agree with Kankana’s talent…there’s a lot to learn from her.
Grishma, I have never made truffles, but I have been thinking about it recently. I live next door to a dreamy chocolate shop so when I “need” a truffle I just scoot next door for a bite, but now I am re-thinking making some of my own.
Teresa, you should definitely try these truffles and store them in your refrigerator that way you won’t need to go to any shop even at mid-night! haha!
Combination of flavors here are wonderful. I have never made truffles, but I must one day do this.
Gorgeous recipe with unique use of flavors — nice guest post Grishma. And yes, Kankana and you are both uber talented 🙂
awww.. that’s very sweet of you Kiran! Can’t wait to meet u within a month!
Wanted to drop by and say Thanks so much for all those lovely words you said about me 🙂 I am going to make these truffles soon!
Kankana, it’s my pleasure girl. I had so much fun developing, photographing and writing the recipe! Loved the process.
Just popped over from Kankana’s blog – really enjoyed your guest post. Love the flavour combos!
Thank you very much Divya. I am glad you liked it.
Just hopped over from Kankanas blog. First time here and I realy enjoy reading through your posts.
I have to say your pistachio chili truffels sound heavenly good. I am a choco chili addict and I usualy tell my relatives in europe to bring me some lindt chili choco to goa. =P
thanks a lot for sharing!
Helena, I also love chocolate-chili combo a lot. I am going to post Mexican chili hot chocolate recipe in near future. I am sure you will love it. Thank you for visiting my blog.
came here through kankana’s space… have to say, a beautiful guest post. loved the orange & chili in it, so unique! also the pics are smashing 🙂
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