17 February, 2015
My Recipe Featured in AUM Cuisine Video
Folks, I have something wonderful to share with you today! My Apricot-Orange Fudge has been featured in AUM Cuisine’s youtube video.
During my trip to California a few weeks ago, I had the good fortune of meeting Dr. Vaidya Priyanka. “Vaidyaji” is an Ayurvedic healer from Kerala (India) who, among other things, runs AUM Cuisine– where she conducts food lectures and cooking classes to impart the art of creating food using ayurvedic principles. Healing through food is the main focus.
Here’s a video explaining what AUM cuisine is all about:
I am a HUGE fan of the videos on her YouTube channel where she shares some of her recipes, always vegan and gluten-free. We learn about the nutritive property of each ingredient as she magically puts together these truly fantastic dishes that are nourishing to the body and incredibly tasty.
We talked about my blog and she browsed through it… and guess what, she actually picked out this fudge recipe and invited me to her studio to make a video of it. Yes, me, this camera-shy girl actually demonstrating a recipe recorded and broadcast to the world!
The whole experience was mind-blowing. I got to interact with the lovely team at AUM Cuisine, and learn the kind of products they incorporate in their food. Farm-fresh, seasonal organic produce (mostly from their garden) and other materials of the highest quality. I found the discussions on food pairings, the ayurvedic property of each ingredient, very enriching.
As I continue my blogging journey, I consider this experience a turning point. I know this for sure- my interest in food is not casual anymore. 😉
My heart-felt thanks to Vaidyaji and her AUM video team Anjali, Sarita and Lakshmi for having me over at their place to feature my humble fudge recipe. I’m truly honored!
Linking this up at this week’s Fiesta Friday party at The Novice Gardener’s co-hosted by Aunt Juju and Tina. Just want to share the good news with them while I get some time to cook and click for a new recipe!
48 thoughts on : My Recipe Featured in AUM Cuisine Video
Wow that’s Amazing:-) congrts dear.. You deserve it
thank you, Vidya. 🙂
Congratulations that’s great
Thanks for your wishes, Sri. If you get a chance, check out AUM’s lectures. They may be close to your place!
Oh is it.. sure. Will check it out right away
Congratulations, that’s wonderful 🙂
thank you so much, Linda!
Congrats. Your picturesque description brought the event before my eyes.
thanku Appa 🙂
thank you so much, mami!
thank you, Anna!
Thatz great, congrats… 🙂
thanku Chitra. 🙂
Woohoo! Congratulations 🙂 xx
Yes! Thank you my friend. xo
Congrats Apsara, that was an awesome video….You are not shy 🙂 I kept admiring 🙂 Loved this halwa…Never made any gluten free till date, looks awesome!!!
thank you, my dear friend. Feel elated that I have a fan in you. We share mutual feelings for our respective blogs. 🙂
Aww Thanks Apsara 🙂
Apsara, this was awesome! Healthy & yummy 🙂 What’s coconut flour (dessicated/powdered?). Nice detail… I just wish your voice was a little louder.
(Btw, I’ve been lazy to comment but I read almost everything here 🙂 )
Thanks, Nitya. Yes, that’s the popular verdict, I need to speak louder! Has been a loong time since I gave any presentation. 😉
Coconut flour is made from dessicated coconut which is finely ground, I believe. Other flours like oat flour can be used instead, in this recipe.
Wow that’s Amazing:-) congrts dear.. You deserve it
wow! this is excellent! many congratulations! was lovely to see you speak and work 🙂 I know what you mean when you say ‘camera shy’! you looked confident. loved your smile 🙂 yes yes yes truly a turning point! many best wishes for more!
Thank you, dear Anu. It means a lot, coming from you. 🙂
Wow, great job! Congrats! 🙂
thank you for your encouragement . 🙂
Wow….amazing work. May be you should start your own YouTube channel. That way we can see you live in action with your wonderful recipes.
I’m not sure about my own you tube channel, Rupa. It needs a lot of work and investment. For now, I’m just happy blogging. 🙂
Congrats on having your fudge featured – I certainly can see why. Looks and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing with everyone at Fiesta Friday 🙂
Thank you for the encouraging words, aunt Juju.
The fudge looks awesome and lucky you being featured in there, congratulations.
Happy Fiesta Friday. 🙂
thank you, Sanjana. 🙂
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What a great honor for you….congratulations!
thank you, Loretta. It truly is!
Congrats Apsara 🙂 That’s well deserved.
thank you! I appreciate it, skd.
Congratulations dear! Happy fr u! U deserve it too. 🙂
thanks, Sadia. You’re very encouraging. 🙂
Awesome video Apsara!! This is impressive:) I will definitely try this sometime. Congratulations!!
Glad that you found it so, Manju. Hope you like the halwa when you make it. Do let me know.
That is just wonderful Amazing news, sweet Apsara! Xxx
Thank you so much, my friend! xo
How did I miss this? I’m thinking about dates instead of sugar. You think it will work?
Dates would work, but the consistency of a fudge can be achieved only with a crystallizing sweetener. Maybe coconut palm sugar…
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