Tang and Spice

Zeppole with orange glaze, crushed almonds, and mascarpone whipped cream

You may be aware from my blog / instagram that I am a little bit obsessed with doughnuts. But doughnuts generally take a long time to make. The yeasted kind, at least. So what do you do when you want really quick soft, warm, and slightly chewy dough and a sweet, decadent glaze? Zeppole. Zeppole, the italian doughnuts are quick and so delicious. They are really melt in your mouth good. You cook the batter, beat it until nice and glossy, and then drop cold dough into a hot fryer. Put on a glaze and you’re good to go. I’ve […]

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Zeppole with orange glaze, crushed almonds, and mascarpone whipped cream

You may be aware from my blog / instagram that I am a little bit obsessed with doughnuts. But doughnuts generally take a long time to make. The yeasted kind, at least. So what do you do when you want really quick soft, warm, and slightly chewy dough and a sweet, decadent glaze? Zeppole. Zeppole, the italian doughnuts are quick and so delicious. They are really melt in your mouth good. You cook the batter, beat it until nice and glossy, and then drop cold dough into a hot fryer. Put on a glaze and you’re good to go. I’ve […]

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Hey there! Welcome to my cooking blog. My name is Karishma, and I am a recent grad now working in Boston in analytics. You might be wondering how I got into cooking. I first started by watching Food Network the summer into 7th grade. I started easy…chicken cacciatore from Everyday Italian, bbq chicken sandwiches from Rachael Ray, and I have since worked my way up in the 11 years since then! Once I began learning how to cook, I took over holiday dinners at my house as head chef, which meant enlisting my family members as my sous chefs.

Fast forwarding a few years — once I moved into an apartment junior year of college, I could finally cook on a regular basis. I am also lactose intolerant and couldn’t necessarily stomach our dorm food (why is dorm food so bad?!), so I wanted to just be able to eat fresh, delicious food on my own terms. Cooking became a relaxing activity for me after multiple classes a day and constant studying. I learned that you can win a lot of brownie points by cooking for your friends. And finally, I gained a lot of knowledge in the art of cooking itself, as well as multiple different cuisines. And finally, That being said, there is still so much I don’t know!

I created a blog so that I could share my creations with others and learn a lot along the way. Hence, Tang and Spice was born! The name Tang and Spice was used to try to illustrate my point of view in cooking. As I said, I love different cuisines, but one of the connecting factors in the food I cook is the actual flavors. I always find myself adding spices and a lime (or something acidic of that nature) to my dishes.

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