The Flavour Trail by Divya

Easy Recipes, Kitchen Hacks and Food Photography

Know me..

Hey there…Welcome to my blog!

I am Divya, an economist turned Food Phtotgrapher and a Recipe Developer.

What began as an online recipe book for my friends and family, has now turned into my full time job. Today I curate a food page on instagram, run my own home based Cakes and Catering business and help brands capture the essence of their products into images so that the audience can connect with them.

My blog is a collection of my tried and tested recipes, kitchen hacks and my new found love for food  photography. This collection continues to grow as I am an amateur photographer learning something new each day, and there is a new kitchen experiment brewing in my house every single day. There is no day that we don’t celebrate food at our home, and share the joy of simple home cooked meals.

So hop on and sign up to receive a notification for every time I share with you, a new recipe, kitchen hack or Food Photography. 

Till then Happy Cooking..

Eat Healthy…Stay Happy!

34 thoughts on “Know me..

  1. so tempting…….!!!!!!!
    next plz…….something low calorie….high protein…low carb……….high on taste……….!!!!!! [ for people like .ME….who want to become fit from fat……!!!!!!]

    I can visualise a coffee table book authored by you ………!!!!!

    1. Definitely….next in line will be your request!!
      Though most of my cooking is high on calories! Still will give it a try!

  2. Hi there! Im very glad you liked my post today! Your site is wonderful and I look forward to exploring it further m:)

  3. Hi Divya, I just stumbled upon your blog, and I’m so glad I did. What a lovely blog! My food philosophy is similar. And I LOVE your paintings, simply amazing! Especially the water colors, I could never do those!

    1. Thank you so much ! I am soo happy you liked my blog as well as my paintings! Keep Coming back as I keep exploring more about food! Look forward to reading some of your comments!

  4. Hi Divya. I love the paintings and your artsy work! The food bit is refreshing too.. a wonderful collection of do able recipes 🙂 hoping to see more from you!

    1. Thank you for stopping by Namrata! I really liked your blog! Glad you liked mine!! Keep coming back!

    1. Thank You sooo much Apsara!! Am really honoured by these awards and that you thought I was worthy of them! I’m between exams right now so will accept the awards in my next post! Thank you again!

    1. Hi Aishwarya,
      Thank you for stopping by! Glad you liked the recipes! And yes thank you for appreciating my art! Keep coming back and stay connected!

    1. Thank you soo much Aishwarya for the Nomination! I am really humbled!

  5. Hi Divya,

    Thanks for stopping by and following my blog, hence I found your wonderful blog. I have to explore your blog more…your paintings are very nice 🙂 Stay in touch xx

  6. Vow! Very refreshing to look at this so simple and so tasty authentic kangra recipe. Your cooking method is perfectly fine. But a small request. This is not Mahani (or ‘Mhani’ to be correct). This is ‘khatta’, known as ‘khatta’ in kangra, palampur, dharamsala, nurpur and adjoining areas. Mhani is something made out of either raw or ripe mangoes, mint, fresh oinions, etc., with a ‘dhunkhar’ aromatic seasoning. But that’s not very relevant. Thanks a ton for making a pahadi dish popular!

    1. Hey Kshemendra…. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!
      Well we guys have called this dish Mahani since childhood… Anyways… Thanks for sharing the info!

  7. I love your blog! I especially like the term you used for lemon curd ‘lemon cheese’ which is what my grandmother called it! Yes here in the southern United States! I am going to try yours!

    1. Hi Camellia!! Thank you for stopping by the blog…Lemon cheese is what my grandfather used to call it as well… Its so nice that half way across the globe we share the same terminology!! Do come back and share how your cheese turned out!! Would love to hear from you!!

      1. My pleasure 🙂 .. I’m glad to know you… this is reallly a great blog… loving the recipes and the way you write 🙂

    1. Hi Gloria! Thanks for stopping by and for your appreciation!! Do keep coming back, and yes whenever you try something I would love to hear how did it turn out!!

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