Walnut and Cinnamon Loaf

There is nothing like eating fresh bread and this long weekend was an opportunity for me to experiment with some bread making. I was inspired by watching Masterchef Australia and … Continue reading Walnut and Cinnamon Loaf

Vegan Pho (Pho Chay)

After my first attempt at making pho, here is my version of Vegan Pho. For those who have not heard of Pho before: Pho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of … Continue reading Vegan Pho (Pho Chay)

Tomato, Carrot and Ginger Soup

Winter days are for warm comforting yet healthy food. Whilst I visited my family in India, I noticed that my mum used a lot of ginger in her food. Taking … Continue reading Tomato, Carrot and Ginger Soup

Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Crepe) with Peanut Sauce

I was browsing through my archives and came across one of the first recipes that I ever posted. The time that I was still figuring out how to blog. From … Continue reading Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Crepe) with Peanut Sauce

Kimchi Pancakes with Spinach Salad

A Korean classic that I only recently realised how versatile it is! From eating it right out of the jar to adding it to your salad as a topping or … Continue reading Kimchi Pancakes with Spinach Salad

Miso Aubergine and Soya Tofu Quinoa

There are days that I crave something different in non-Indian food. I am a big fan of vegetables. So whilst in lockdown, as everyone, I tried making this simple, yet … Continue reading Miso Aubergine and Soya Tofu Quinoa

Hash Browns and Baked Beans

It cannot get more British than a combination of Hash Browns and Baked Beans for a nice weekend brunch. I have always eaten frozen hash browns and it only took … Continue reading Hash Browns and Baked Beans

Batata Harra

Batata Harra is a Lebanese version of oven roasted potatoes with lots of spices that are lightly sautéed in olive oil . Batata Harra literally means spicy potatoes. I recently … Continue reading Batata Harra

Non-Fried Manchurian

This has been one of my favourite dishes growing up in India. When we speak about Indian fast food restaurants, Manchurian is one that comes on top of the list. … Continue reading Non-Fried Manchurian

Kothimbir Vadi

Kothimbir vadi is a delicious savory crisp snack made with gram flour (besan), coriander leaves and spices. It is commonly eaten in the Maharashtra state of India as a team time … Continue reading Kothimbir Vadi

Non-Fried Red Pepper Falafel

Falafel is a widely eaten across the Middle-Eastern as a snack or in a wrap. Traditionally, they are deep-fried balls made of chickpeas ground with a blend of herbs and … Continue reading Non-Fried Red Pepper Falafel

Red Lentil Crepe

Here is a healthy option for breakfast or evening snack with a slight twist. I have always made savoury crepes (chila) and eaten it with Coriander and Mint Chutney. However, … Continue reading Red Lentil Crepe