Strawberry Toast {Recipe}

Strawberry toast is literally the easiest thing you can make that is filling yet extremely flavourful. A handful of ingredients will do the trick to make this yummy toast! You can simply eat it for breakfast, or add another slice of toasted bread with cream cheese to turn it into a sandwich for a summer…

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Butternut Squash Lasagna {Recipe}

Okay folks, ask and you shall receive. I’ve now pretty much perfected this dish to my own preferences, but obviously, you can do whatever you want with it. While I use spinach, you can always sub for kale. I wouldn’t sub the butternut squash though – there’s really nothing like it.  If you’re in England,…

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Basic Béchamel Sauce (white sauce)

Béchamel is considered the mother of all sauces. She is where it all starts. If you want to make a creamy soup? Start with a béchamel. You want a gravy? Béchamel. You want a creamy pasta sauce? BÉCHAMEL! (You get the idea.) It all starts with the roux, a mixture of equal parts fat and…

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Savoury Hidden Veggie Potato Pancakes {Toddler Approved}

I’ve been making these veggie filled pancakes since little guy started eating real food. They’re very nutritious and very filling. I usually like to make enough for the both of us because it’s so yummy! Tips: remove all water from veg before mixing together. You can do this by placing in a cheese cloth or…

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Rainbow Rice Recipe {Toddler Approved}

We as parents know the struggle of feeding a small child. I mean let’s be honest, sometimes it’s a struggle to feed ourselves when it’s getting toward the end of the day and you just don’t have the energy, but you don’t want to order in again. There are days I don’t want to cook,…

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Mung Bean Jelly Banchan!

So you guys know I love Korean food. My fav restaurant in my hometown of Fremont, California is a little place called Mom’s Tofu. They have amazing food there that makes you feel happy, full, and unlike eating out at most restaurants, it doesn’t make you regret it the day after. Fresh, flavourful, and tasty…

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Soy-Braised Lotus Root (Yeon-geun-jorim 연근조림)

Lotus root has a beautiful texture, almost in between a potato and a radish. This dish was so good that even my toddler nibbled on it! Original recipe by Maangchi. Soy-Braised Lotus Root (Yeon-geun-jorim 연근조림) Prep time: 5 minutes Total cook time: 1 hour and 20 minutes INGREDIENTS: 1 pound skinned and trimmed lotus roots…

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Vegan Steamed Momo Recipe {Nepali-styled Gyoza}

Momos are an absolute favourite for many people. They are parcels of fragrant, juicy flavour, eaten with a spicy tomato sauce. Veggie dumplings are always a favourite for those who enjoy momos, but abstain from meat and fish. They are super easy to make, absolutely delicious, and are vegan and dairy-free. Depending on the wrappers…

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It’s Pancake Day! {American Style Pancake Recipe}

Okay, so pancake day almost ALWAYS creeps up on me, but I can still whip up a batch in no time thanks to a trusty homemade recipe I found years ago online. In the US, I used to always grab Bisquick and just make the batter, but I now prefer to whip it up at…

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Butternut Squash Soup with Red Chilli and Crème Fraîche 

This is hubby’s favourite soup. Although he isn’t a huge fan of butternut squash, he always goes bonkers for this soup. It’s creamy, with a bit of heat from the red chillies, and packed with flavour. I usually save this for the holidays or for large family gatherings. This is because it’s easy to make…

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