Tofu is super absorbent and takes in flavours beautifully no matter what you cook with it or cook it in.
Vegetable fritters always make a great snack, side dish, breakfast or light dinners. This is a very delicious way of serving veggies.
This sunny and simple dish is easy to make and pairs well with a local Burgundy wine.
This bechamelle is absolutely butter free and you can use it as a regular white sauce without worrying too much about fats and calories.
Enjoy a wonderful glazed doughnut pancakes recipe, courtesy of Michelle Keith.
Every ingredient in this salad complements each other for a wonderful pop of flavor with each bite.
Who doesn’t love sausage rolls? Proper sausage rolls by the way – not the ones you can purchase from shotty bakeries or the local servo.
Your kids will go bananas over these pancakes.
Navigating a Korean supermarket as a newcomer can be intimidating. Aisles of dried fish and seasoned seaweed taunt the timid cook.
Pinch a bit of skin off of the top of each bean with your fingernail. You will then be able to squeeze the bean at the opposite end and pop out the bean.
The warm weather finally broke last week and with it came asparagus!
The blend of Mediterranean flavors in every bite triggers your taste buds for the meal ahead.
Onion jam is rich and savoury-sweet, great with pates or in sandwiches.
Who wouldn’t fall in love with abundant spring veggies and all the seasonal ingredients there are during this part of the year?
Enjoy this awesome sesame noodles recipe from Deena Wachtel.
This is tasty, spicy, crunchy, and you can eat the whole bowlful for around 150 calories.
You’re going to flip over this yummy treat. Make a batch today and you’ll be all set for any guests that come your way.
Chef Rudi Sodamin creates a sinfully-rich fresh pea soup that is very-of-the-moment. Peas and fresh herbs celebrate the fleeting-est of seasons; spring.
Being very versatile and quick to prepare, this protein packed food is a perfect way to start your day.
Coconut Chutney is one of the most ubiquitous side dishes, in all of south india. Idli, dosa, any savoury snack is generally accompanied by coconut chutney.
These awesome fried potato balls are crispy on the outside and soft within.
The lemon and mint yogurt sauce makes a lovely accompaniment to our roasted beets, or would hold up well on it’s own as a veggie dip.
Sasha Gora has come up with a vegan version of Hollandaise sauce just in time for white asparagus season.
Serve these up for the kiddos or nibble on one while you have movie night.
In addition to being tasty, these were also pretty simple to make.
Mochar ghonto or stir fried banana blossoms is a classic bengali dish whereby the chopped blossoms are stir fried in hot oil
If you love garlic, this sauce will be your new best friend. It is great as a dip, spread, or companion to roasted or grilled meat, chicken or fish.
This is a sturdy dish that takes well to variations.
Partly pureed and partly chunky means this soup is smooth but feels substantial enough to stand on its own.
What do you do when you find out that you’re chosen to take this beautifully sweet fruit and turn it into an entree?
If you are looking for new ways to introduce some healthy goodness to your life, this is for you.
This portion makes a huge batch, but if you make sure to sterilise your glasses well in the oven or with boiling water, it can keep forever.
Preparing this glazed ham is actually very easy. Imagine how much you can save by cooking your own ham if you have a large family to feed.
Enjoy Reena Pastakia’s awesome spiced mushroom tart that costs nothing to make.
When you need some fresh greens to balance out an indulgent grilled cheese, pea shoots are perfect.
So easy to make and so delicious, you’ve got to try this and feel the rush and the power of making your very own homemade marmalade.
With its riot of colors, it looks truly inviting and has just the right amount of sweetness to it.
You can also serve this colorful berry filled Napa cabbage salad with grilled chicken for dinner or maybe with a slice of quiche.
Bhatura or bhature is a thick fried Indian bread, a popular Punjabi dish served with channa masala.
Not too sweet. Beautifully fruity and earthy. Delightful on toast. Perfect with cheese or spread on a turkey sandwich.
Lobia masala is a healthy variation to the regular dal fry. The cow peas are pressure cooked and simmered in onion and tomato gravy.
Banana Chips or Ethakka Upperi is arguably the most popular snack in Kerala that also finds its place in all Kerala Sadya.
This recipe is fantastic for using up any type of leftover slow-cooked or pulled meat and the pies freeze well, so not much can go to waste.
This frittata version is but one of the many you could do.
This meal is fresh, bright, colorful and not to mention, satisfying!
You can combine all kinds of vegetables for this, but celery goes very well with sweetness that comes from carrots.
This can be a creation of your own making. Throw in any veggies, meat, cheese that you like!
These fusion sliders are a unique twist on the classic burger and they work well as an appetizer for a party or a main course.
Bhortas are the simplest form of comfort food in Bangladesh. It’s basically anything good mashed together and served with rice.
Barbecue. Pork. Crock pot. Tortillas. Cheese. You have the information you need.
The shrimp are cooked in a wine and garlic infused broth. Steamed white rice is the perfect vehicle for soaking up lots of the perky sauce.
When it comes to seasoning the dry flour and the wet batter, there are no rules. You can make it garlicky, herby, spicy, or even…mustardy?
This gnocchi recipe is a unique and wonderful dish that can be prepared rather quickly.
One of the great things about this popcorn recipe is that you literally need five ingredients – oil, kernels, butter, sugar and syrup.
Smooth creamy and delicious mango cream made using alphonso mangoes and coconut cream.
This garlic pickle recipe is a South Indian style, using mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds and sesame oil.
I hope you’ll enjoy this fennel, carrot and green apple salad. It’s super easy to do, barely take any ingredients and will keep you full.
Kids and adults would surely enjoy the crunchiness and satisfying sweetness of this colourful salad.
Instructions aren’t really necessary here: Combine your berries and sliced veggies, and dress. It’s a perfect summer time fast meal.
Aloo posto, or curried potatoes in clingy poppy seed paste with green chillies to heat it up a little.