Lemongrass Tofu Banh-Mi

My newest most favorite food is lemongrass tofu banh-mi and the Vietnamese dessert drink Che. There is this restaurant here where I usually go to get my weekly fix but this time I… Continue reading

Curried Sweet Potato Gnocchi

This time of the year is so wonderful – its my first spring and summer in Vancouver and the weather here is so different from all the other places I’ve lived so far.… Continue reading

Restaurant Review: MeeT, Gastown, Vancouver

Another move, another country and yet another beginning. This post comes after a long gap on my blog – I left India and moved to Vancouver, Canada at the end of last year. So… Continue reading

Mug Cakes in 5 Flavors – {Vegan & Gluten Free}

Mug cakes have been an internet’s favorite for quiet sometime now.  Personally, I think they are okay as a quick fix for dessert cravings and are definitely convenient and easy to put together. That said,… Continue reading

Noodle Soup in Spicy Peanut Broth

I am a big fan of noodle soups and it is in my top 5 list of comfort foods. This recipe is super simple and you can pretty much throw in whatever vegetables… Continue reading

Homemade Soy Milk & Tofu

My first attempt at making homemade tofu – it was tedious but exciting. In the process of making tofu, you also get fresh soy milk. It definitely helps and speeds up the process… Continue reading

Chocolate Biscotti {vegan & gluten free}

Off late I’ve been looking for inspirations to make recipes. There is just so much around the internet that I was getting a bit saturating….I needed a new challenge. Recently I’ve been experimenting… Continue reading

Nutella Linzer Cookies

Keeping today’s post a bit short and sweet with a recipe for linzer cookies. These cookies are those you see with a little jelly filled heart or a round in the center. They… Continue reading

Cinnamon Swirl Baked Donuts

The entire time I lived in Florida, for some reason I never ate the cinnamon swirl cake from Starbucks. Its my husband’s favorite and yet I didn’t know anything about it up until our… Continue reading

The Street Food Project: Jalebi

Jalebi according to me is the Indian equivalent of funnel cake. It is still very different though but both recipes share the part where a batter is deep fried in circular shapes. Jalebi… Continue reading