Welcome to my new food blog! I’ve got so many recipes to share with you, but it’ll take some time to make it all and get them camera-ready. Keep an eye out or subscribe via email or facebook and instagram to get notified when a new post is published! I hope you enjoy these recipes as much as I do. – Abby

Latest Recipes

Easy Healthy French Onion Meatballs

This meatball recipe will probably not be the best meatballs you’ve ever had, but they will probably be the most healthy and without compromising on flavour! I’m always looking for ways to lower fat, cut the grease, and sneak in some veg or oats – this meatball recipe does just that, by incorporating zucchinis, rolled oats, and 95% lean beef mince as the bulk of the meatball.… Continue reading →

Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup is a hearty Italian soup made with little beef meatballs and little pasta. The unique small components of this soup makes it fun to eat.It keeps well for the week and it tastes even better the next day – the perfect meal-prep soup!… Continue reading →

Green Curry Fish Soup

This healthy green curry soup uses soy milk and fresh green curry paste for maximum flavour and minimum calories and fat. It’s so quick and easy to whip this up and also great to use up leftover ingredients in the fridge.… Continue reading →

Healthy Fudgy Red Bean Brownies

These guilt-free brownies are rich, dense, flourless, butter-free, and sugar free. They’re naturally sweetened with dates and are a healthy alternative to regular brownies. Best of all, they’re so easy to make and there aren’t many ingredients involved. … Continue reading →

Vegan Parmesan

This recipe uses nutritional yeast as the source of its cheesy flavour and it’s super easy to whip up. Although it won’t melt, you can still use it anywhere you’d use Parmesan. I sprinkle it over pizza, pasta, and add it to savoury baked goods like tuna cakes.… Continue reading →

Czech Potato Salad (bramborový salát)

Bramborový salát is a traditional Czech potato salad. It’s made with potatoes, carrots, onions, eggs, and pickles. Yes, pickles! It sounded weird to me at first, but trust me it totally works. The dressing has the addition of mustard which gives it an extra kick that pairs fantastically with the rest of the salad.… Continue reading →

How to Cook Dumplings – 2 ways!

In this entry, I’m sharing the two ways I cook my dumplings: pan-fried and boiled. I find boiling is best for dumplings that have a filling with a stronger flavour. Pan-frying is better in fillings with a lighter flavour where you can notice the extra fried toastiness.… Continue reading →

Vegetable Dumplings

These veggie dumplings are a mix of carrots, cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, and chives. The slight crunch of the veggies with the umami soft mushrooms make these my go-to dumplings to make! They’re also great to bring at parties when you don’t know everyone’s dietary preferences. I think they’re best pan-fried but you can also steam or boil them too.… Continue reading →

Beef Rendang

Beef Rendang is a beef curry that is cooked down over several hours until it is super tender and the rest of the curry sauce simmers down to an aromatic paste that coats the beef. You get complex, robust, damn delicious flavours!… Continue reading →

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