Recipes

You Need To Try This Easy Vegan Pad Thai Recipe

Pad Thai, a delicious Thai street-food dish is one of my favourite Thai dishes to make at home. The name is literally translated to Thai stir-fry (P̄hạd Thịy ผัดไทย). It’s normally made with rice noodles, egg, prawns, veggies and fish sauce, then garnished with lime, chilli powder, crushed peanuts and sugar. I made this using…

Wombok Salad in Gochujang Vinaigrette

This is a salad I tried at Hong Kong’s famous Arirang restaurant and I had to recreate it at home. It is light, refreshing and spicy. What is Wombok? Wombok is also known as Chinese cabbage or Napa Cabbage. The word comes from the Australian adaptation of the Cantonese word for the cabbage ‘Wong Ngaa…

How To Make Pita Bread At Home Using A Frying Pan

Here are a few ways you can make bread using your pots and pans. Welcome to my new series for ‘Flat Breads Around The World’. This recipe shows you how to make pita bread using your Meyer Frying Pan from the Spark Collection. The word ‘pita’ comes from Greek, and it means ‘pie’. Pita is…

15 Minute Veg Meals: Spicy Water Spinach Stir-Fry

Water spinach, also known as morning glory or 空心菜 in Chinese, is a nutrient-rich vegetable that provides an array of essential vitamins and minerals. Packed with vitamin A, C, and E, along with a generous dose of potassium, iron, and fiber. Water spinach offers a remarkable combination of health benefits. It aids in digestion, strengthens…

Indulge in Dairy-Free Deliciousness with My Vegan Crème Brûlée Recipe

Crème Brûlée is a classic French dessert that literally translates to ‘burnt cream’. It is enjoyed by many around the world. Traditionally, it is made with cream, eggs, and sugar, making it not vegan-friendly. However, this recipe allows vegans to enjoy this delicious dessert with simple and easy alternatives! This crème brûlée premix by Double…

Food For Your Cycle – 28 Vegetarian Recipes To Help Manage Your Hormones

This article was originally written by Divya Butani for Naari Magazine in March 2023 Every month our hormones go for a toss. Estrogen, progesterone, the luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) fluctuate in four separate stages through 28-35 days, every month, each year, even when we hit early menopause.  Our menstrual cycle is…

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