Take a shortcut for your next Summer Party appetizer use bakery brought toast or Rusk! A simple and colourful snack that easy for kids to put together.
My name is Archana Potdar and I am the aforementioned Mad Scientist here. My blog focusses on nutritious and wholesome meals that are safe for everyone, from kids to the elderly.
Why “Mad Scientist’s Kitchen,” you ask? The simple answer is my daughter, Apeksha.
When she was in school, it was always a challenge to create something new for her lunchbox. So I started throwing together leftovers and unpopular ingredients into something she would enjoy like cutlets and wraps. It was a lot of guesswork and rule of thumb! It seemed to work because she came back with an empty tiffin box. She kept demanding, “Mamma, please do not follow any recipe. Please do the mad scientist’s recipe!” Naturally, I was at a loss.
Eventually, I started journaling of all my experiments. Somewhere along the line, the inside joke stuck and now here’s my blog, The Mad Scientist’s Kitchen.
I dedicate this blog to my two greatest influences, my mother and my mother in law the reigning queens of “cooking by andaaz.” I would also like to thank my sister-in-law and my brother for the push I needed to start this blog.
Lastly, a big thanks to my family for being brave enough to eat my creations, the successful and the not-so-successful.
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