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. I’ll be uploading new recipes every few days to weekly, so 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

Corn Egg Drop Soup (玉米蛋花湯)

This soup is so ridiculously quick and easy – all you need are a few basic ingredients and 15 minutes to whip this up. It’s also super cheap and satisfying if you’re cooking on a budget. The egg-laced chicken broth based soup with the fresh sweet crunch of the corn makes this one of my favourite classic Asian soups!… Continue reading →

Malaysian Satay Sauce

Satay is a very popular dish in Southeast Asia made of skewered meat marinated and grilled in a savoury peanut sauce. The flavourful sauce is what makes the dish and there are so many variations of it. This recipe uses curry powder and tamarind paste for its robust flavour. It’s quick any easy to make, with minimal ingredients. You can use this as a marinade or a dipping sauce!… Continue reading →

Curried Lemon-y Roasted Cauliflower

This is an easy side dish that is packed full of flavour. The robust curry spices and the tangy lemon are the main flavours of this dish. You can serve this as a side dish or add some greens to make it a warm salad. This recipe is so simple and quick to make, perfect for an easy late night dinner or an impressive side dish for guests!… Continue reading →

Easy Classic Falafel

This quick and easy falafel recipe is fantastic and so versatile. You can serve it as an appetizer, a part of a salad, inside a wrap with veg, or even on its own as a quick snack. It pairs perfectly with any yogurt-based sauce such as a tzatziki or a creamy mint yogurt sauce, or better yet a garlicky hummus. Toby and I ate them all in one sitting so I’d recommend doubling the recipe if you’re serving a few people or stashing them in the freezer for a quick weekday meal.… Continue reading →

Simple One Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

This recipe is easy and warming. The best part is, it’s also low in calories! I always end up eating half the pot every time I make this soup because it’s so damn good. You can choose any time of pasta noodles you like, but I prefer the classic spirals. You can also use leftover shredded roast chicken for this soup instead of chicken breast.… Continue reading →


I LOVE okonomiyaki. It’s a Japanese savoury pancake made of mainly shredded cabbage and a flour batter then topped with a variety of sauces and toppings such as kewpie mayo, okonomiyaki sauce, and bonito flakes. The pancake is cooked on a flat top and covered with a lid to steam and soften the cabbage. The result is a beautiful golden brown pancake with a slightly crunchy texture. It’s filling and satisfying as a main dish or quick snack.… Continue reading →

Roasted Spiced Cauliflower with Lemon Tahini Dressing

This mediterranean-inspired dish is made of delicious roasted cauliflower in a blend of spices with chickpeas, red onions, and fresh parsley, drizzled with a tangy garlicky lemon tahini dressing. To make this a full meal, toss it over a bed of kale. This dish is packed with flavour and the fibre and will keep you full all day.… Continue reading →

Mini Banoffee Pies

Banoffee = banana + toffee. If you love bananas, caramel, and cream, then you’ll love banoffee pie. I don’t remember where or when I first had it, but I do remember it was love at first bite. This recipe is SUPER easy to make but it does take some time waiting around for the dulce de leche to caramelize. Grab a book or put on a movie while the oven does the work for you!… Continue reading →

Currywurst (A Curry Ketchup Recipe)

This is a recipe for curry ketchup – Berlin style. Currywurst is a street food dish originating from Berlin that is essentially just sausages served with curry ketchup. Sounds simple enough, but the curry ketchup is much more than just adding curry powder to ketchup. It’s got a much richer flavour that I just can’t get enough of! Serve it over sausages, fries, or fancy up a burger!… Continue reading →

Chicken Marsala

I discovered this dish accidentally when a friend and I were looking for a recipe for chicken MASALA, the Indian dish, not chicken MARSALA, the Italian dish. It was the best accident we made in that kitchen. The chicken is so tender and wonderfully smothered in a creamy mushroom wine sauce that is just so addicting.… Continue reading →

Mushroom Sausage Risotto

Warning: This recipe is slow, painful, and requires constant attention, but the end result is a beautiful creamy risotto, made the traditional way. It’s not difficult but it is time-consuming. I’m a fan of versatile recipes and this recipe fits right into that category. I’ve written it as a ‘mushroom and sausage risotto’, but you can add in whatever meat or veg you want. Just keep the methods of making the rice the same and at the end just stir in whatever cooked meat or veg you like.… Continue reading →

Babička’s Svíčková (Beef with Vegetable Cream Sauce)

This is Toby’s babička’s (grandmother’s) version of a svíčkova. It’s his all time favourite Czech dish – and I can see why! In its simplest terms, svíčkova is a steak dish served with knedlíky (Czech bread dumplings) and smothered in the most addicting creamy vegetable sauce made of parsnip, celeriac, carrots and onion. There’s a slight lemon-y tang to the sauce that balances out the heaviness of the cream.… Continue reading →


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