A slightly different take on traditional vanilla custard sauce with lovely floral rose water aroma. This vegan custard sauce will uplift your desserts, can be made in advance and chilled to save time. With a little variation from the classic vanilla custard sauce, there is so much to love about this simple eggless vegan version.
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A tasty spiced crispy okra recipe. Coconut and chickpea flour not only add to the taste and crispiness but also absorb the excess moisture to yield non-slimy okra. This spicy pan-fried okra which was mentioned in one of our What We Eat videos and many of you have been requesting the recipe ever since. For some reason, after I made this recipe last year, I could not find nice tender okra again which is a must for this recipe.
As called for in our previous tikka masala curry recipe, this spice mix not only gives a personal touch to the dish but it also makes it very unique. For its symphony of flavours and aroma, tikka masala curry definitely beckons your own blend of spices. The mix can be made in advance and stored in air tight jars for a few months.
An easy homemade tikka masala spice mix for the popular tikka masala sauce or curry and dry rub for vegetable kebabs or baked tofu.
Savoury crepe recipe, made with aquafaba for an unctuous bite appeal. A touch of finely chopped scallions is quintessential to these delectable Mauritian crepes. Eggless crepes to be enjoyed with a smear of coriander (cilantro) chutney for an ultimate Mauritian experience. Cobbled together into the most unique fusion, ingredients from different cuisines weave themselves into
Step up from your curry flavoured instant or pot noodle with this hearty coconut curry ramen noodle soup with crispy seared tofu, medley of vegetables, enoki mushrooms and chayote/daikon radish dumplings. This elaborate filling bowl comes ready in just about 40 minutes. The days of instant noodle, pot or packaged, are long gone at our
Beyond the excitement of touching the Canadian ground for the first time — some three years ago — the apprehension of an ominous winter soon dawned upon us at the first sight of snow, after merely two weeks. In our empty basement apartment, equipped with just a fridge and cooker, no furniture, no bed, no
Turmeric always reminds me of a funny situation that happened to one of my friends when we were still colleagues a few years ago. From time to time, we would go out to lunch with a few colleagues to one of the nearby restaurants around the office. At that time I was living in Ireland.
It was one of those days where I woke up feeling bleh, but sometimes it feels okay to feel that way. A feeling was there, my body was a little tired, but as I did not attach any interpretation to these subtleties, I had no fight with them. Kevin and I have our morning ritual,
Half confounded, half amused, for a moment I just stood staring at the three bags of sweet potatoes that had just been delivered to my door. I often order my grocery online when the weather gets a little hostile over here and especially the bulky items like potatoes and non-dairy milk cartons. Otherwise, we do