Make an Erdbeeren/ strawberry velvet cake and rock the crowd

Hallo! to all members of Iniyaworld family….Hope you are all doing good during this pandemic. Though we are new to this pandemic, the tech world has helped us to tackle this pandemic a lot. In fact its becoming our trend to try something unique from our kitchen for the past few years…and today its from our baking zone to add memories of our baking diaries.

We guess you might have done a google to know what Erdbeeren is all about seeing the title. Its nothing new and is commonly known as Strawberry. It was Iniya who compelled me to try this unique flavour..on going through her snaps in rewind series…..after the polaroids reached home. In case you have missed our rewind session here it is….

Meanwhile those who are following my blog, are familiar with some experiments I tried in cooking. For people who are new can land in the following link to have a glance on our trials. We used to wait for the perfect output to get the ingredients….since I am based on taste cooking.

The world famous red velvet cake, has its trademark red colour from its traditional dutch processed cocoa powder which gives this red colour. Nowadays, bakers bring the red colour using the food colour than the cocoa powder gradually altering the traditional cake. Lets try something unique than following the trademark red velvet cake.

  • Butter – 100 grams
  • Sugar 1 1/2 cups
  • Egg – 2
  • Butter milk 1/2 cup ( homemade)
  • Strawberry flavour – 1 teaspoon
  • Vinegar – 2 teaspoon
  • All purpose flour – 2 cups
  • Baking soda – 1 teaspoon
  • Baking powder – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Salt – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Cool butter to room temperature and beat them till it softens
  • Add sugar little by little and beat till it softens.
  • Beat one egg at a time
  • Then add 1 tsp vinegar and mix well.
  • Add strawberry flavour and mix well.
  • Add flour in parts along with buttermilk(flour, buttermilk and flour always end with flour)
  • Add baking powder, salt, baking soda and remaining vinegar and mix well.

Bake them for 30 mins in 160 degrees and here is our dessert table…..serve them in your unique style to rock the crowd.

Thanks to my little princess who makes me to try something unique to be unique…at the same time for her to enjoy during the making process and on the table.

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Souffle recipe with limited ingredients in our style of rocking the dessert table

A very big hai to everyone who are following my blog posts. Hope you all have seen our last video in our channel, if not land in our channel to know Iniyas surprise…..So lets jump into today’s topic.

From the heading hope you all have guessed….yes, we #reneeandinnus tried Souffle cake . Its our craze to do some experiments in our kitchen from the idea we gather from people, and the biggest search giant Google. For any experiment to be successful we need the basic ingredients…..

Hope you are all shocked to see the ingredients…yes, thats what I used to make six mini souffle cakes….the steps are very damn easy to make….

Steps followed

Steps to be followed

  • Separate the egg white and yolk.
  • Beat egg white and add sugar gradually.
  • Add the vinegar to make the eggs stiffen
  • Beat egg yolk with a fork
  • Add milkmaid and beat the yolk
  • Add milk and beat them
Steps to be followed
  • Add pista flavor, (grounded nuts optional) and beat them.
  • Add flour and mix them well with the fork.
  • In this mixture add the stiffed egg white yolk and mix it with fork without disturbing the aerated yolk.
  • Heat a pan and grease it with butter or ghee. Pour a little batter and cook for 2 mins. Turn them and cook for two mins.

The cake is ready within mins….serve them with honey, or dates syrup for toddlers to enjoy the breakfast…

Do try it out and send your version to so that we will be happy to create new version of foods.

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Cheesy chicken curry recipe with limited Ingredients

A warm welcome to everyone who landed up in this page….Hope you are all doing good….

Hope you all received a small clue from the heading….yes, today we are gonna try our hands on chicken… To make Innus complete the plate without any tantrums its becoming a experiment lab than a kitchen..without any further ado lets start making the dish.

Chicken curry

To make the cheesy chicken curry do as in the video and at last after switching off the flame, add the needed quantity of shredded cheddar and mozaralla cheese, which gets melted due to the heat of chicken, to give the cheesy chicken curry. This goes well with any main course.

Cheesy chicken curry

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Crab Gravy with limited Ingredients

crab gravy

A warm welcome to Iniyaworld…. Today lets try something new from the kitchen. Hope you all tried our previous post Quail Egg Curry . We Iniyaworld believe that you all have done experiment….in the kitchen….

Though our home town is kilometres away from the ocean, because of lockdown its difficult for us to shop sea foods. And luckily I could find this seafood ingredient for Innus to enjoy it for the first time…..Yes, for the first time.



After deciding the dish we went into our kitchen in search of the ingredients. The ingredients are as below in the pic.


The ingredients are based on taste and its for 400gms crab after cleaning. I used to take 2 teaspoon coriander, half teaspoon turmeric and one teaspoon chilli for 500 grams non veg. Salt and tamarind puree as per taste.

Making off

  • Heat oil in a pan (coconut oil)
  • Then add spices and saute them a little.
  • Add ginger garlic paste and saute them a little which add flavour to non veg.
  • Add onion and saute them till it turns transparent. Add salt for easy saute.
  • Add tomatoes and saute them till it becomes soft.
  • Then add tomato puree as per taste. Saute them in low medium flame till it becomes a paste.
  • Finally add the crab. Cook until its cooked. Serve them with any main course from rice to bread.
crab being cooked

Finally our cooked crab is gonna be served…… which goes well with any main dish. We enjoyed it with rice, chapati, bread and so on. So bread lovers like us too can enjoy this gravy as a side dish.

Crab gravy

Hope you all enjoyed cooking along with Iniyaworld…. See you all with a new dish soon… Stay safe.

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Quail egg curry with limited ingredients

Quail egg curry

When I started writing this post I was asked to create a new welcome note for my followers… my very big fan from miles away from India. I kept on thinking and finally found a unique style…..

Willkommen…….. von Iniyaworld

Welcome from Iniyaworld

Hope you all have read our previous post Bialetti Moka Coffee

Today lets try something unique in our kitchen…was Innus voice when she woke up and here we are with the new dish

After Innus voice we went to search the ingredients available in the kitchen since its complete lockdown in our area and found these cute little eggs and our crazy brain started to function and here we are with the Quail egg curry.

Finally after so many discussions we did a small online shopping….haave a small sneak peak….




Quail egg curry

The procedure is very simple and its in the video in our channel.

Heat oil in pan, add the spices and saute them. Then add ginger garlic paste to give a very good non veg flavour. Then add onions and saute them till golden brown. Add a pinch of salt for easy saute. Then add tomatoes and add the masala and saute till the spices gets cooked. Then add tamarind pulp, saute a little and finally add the boiled eggs. Reduce the flame to low and keep it a while for the eggs to absorb the masala. Finally its time to serve the dish.

Quail egg curry
Today’s “Guess the” series

Today we are having another surprise……to our Iniyaworld family after the “Guess the” product

Yes, we are launching some of our new series in Crochet…..which will be unique in their own way. Grab yours soon…

Product launch
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Bialetti Moka Coffee vs Indian Style of filter coffee

A very big hai to everyone who are following my blog posts……Its been very long since I planned to use this wonderful coffee maker which flew all the way from Europe on our big day. If am not wrong it was from his Indian friend from France gifted this amazing pot.

Bialetti mocha coffee.

Hope you all have know our love for coffee…and for new visitors to our family here it is….

Our love for coffee….

And its our love for tasting the best coffee made me to try this amazing pot from the brand Bialetti… I guess you all have a doubt on the word Bialetti. Lets have a small look about the word and come back to make the beautiful coffee shot….

moka coffee shot

The Moka coffee pot can be used on stove or electric based on the model. The technique behind the pot in making the coffee, is passing boiling water pressurised by steam through ground coffee which results in the brewing of the coffee.

Brewing of coffee

This amazing pot was invented by an Italian engineer by name Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 which become one of the staples of Italy and was named after the Yemeni city of Mocha. Now the Bialetti Industries is making the pot under the name Moka Express. Thats all about the pot and lets start brewing the coffee..

Moka coffee making

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