This bread might be the only bread recipe you’ll ever need. It’s super easy (even my kids can make it) and incredibly versatile. Toast it for breakfast. Use it for sandwiches at lunch. Roll out thin like a baguette to serve with charcuterie. Or, serve hot from the oven along side soup or stew for dinner. When it starts to go dry, use it for french toast or dice and toast for croutons.
Broccoli and Cauliflower Fritters make a quick and easy, family-friendly lunch. Perfect for these days of isolating and home!
Salty, chewy and endlessly satisfying, this Focaccia can be made start to finish in one day and is the perfect side for your next bowl of soup!
Quick, simple and delicious! Made from pantry ingredients, these Corn Fritters were a hit. All three of my boys gobbled up them up at dinner time. I was literally fighting off grabby little hands while I tried to grab a quick picture for this post.
This delicious Tortilla Soup was part of our regular winter dinner rotation for many years. We first tasted this soup on our honeymoon in Belize, though it’s generally considered a Mexican recipe. This is a vegetarian version of Tortilla Soup with all the same great flavours! Top with baked tortillas and your favourite Mexican toppings.
This quick stir fried Indian dish is perfect for a weekday dinner. Paneer and peppers makes a simple, yet delicious combination that cooks up less than 15 minutes! I like this dish with a good amount of heat which is complimented by the mild flavour of paneer, and cooking the peppers until they’ve just begun to soften adds a nice sweetness.
I simply love good bitter flavours brought to life with salt and spice! This Spicy Cabbage Sabzi is a perfect answer to my craving. The addition of the fresh green cilantro really freshens up the dish. Similarly, the quick squeeze of lemon gives it a nice kick of acid adding brightness and balancing out the earthy bitterness of the cabbage and spices.
Egg Rice is a go lunch or dinner that my mother-in-law makes for my boys using leftover rice. It cooks up quickly in the pan with just a handful of basic ingredients. Served with yoghurt, it’s a great way to introduce some basic Indian flavours.
Tomatoes. My one real food dislike. There’s something about the acidity of fresh tomatoes that has been a turn off for me …
A home version of famous Korean Jap Chae, this Glass Noodle Salad is a quick a delicious crowd-pleaser! Korean inspired, this Glass Noodle Salad uses sweet potato vermicelli, simple sauteed vegetables and a quick dressing of pantry staples.