Chicken and Shrimp Wontons

Wontons are a staple in my freezer. They are great addition to instant noodles or just in a bowl of warm broth. Many stores carry frozen wonton in the freezer section but they are easy and fun to make. You can make your own wonton wrappers but a lot of Asian stores carry pre-made wrappers….

Kidney Bean Brownies

Still have those beans in the cupboard?  Well I do. So instead of making chili or soup I decided to make brownies. For this recipe you need, kidney beans, maple syrup, butter (or coconut oil if you want it vegan), cocoa powder, baking soda, and vanilla extract. Blend everything together in a food processor. You…

Apple Honey Substitute

Have you ever run out of honey and craved that sticky golden syrup? Ok its never happened to me but I came across this recipe during the pandemic and thought I would give it a try. This creates a delicious syrup that mimics honey and its easy to make. All you need is apples, lemon…

Surprise Sunbutter Cookies

I first saw these cookies on emmymadeinjapan and I thought this was the most interesting cookie surprise ever.  Apparently there is a chemical reaction that happens with the cookie and the baking soda. After baking and cooling the cookies, the middle of the cookie turns green! So fascinating.  I think this recipe would be a hit…

Hainanese Chicken

This is one of the easiest chicken recipes that I’ve made. Easiest and still delicious!! Hainanese chicken is a South East Asian dish that can be easily made at home. Its also versatile so you can add your own personal touches to it. Start with a whole chicken. Many sources tell you to use the…

Hand Pulled Noodles

Over the summer, I tried making my own hand pulled noodles. I didn’t know how easy they were to make and it only takes a couple ingredients. To make these noodles, you need flour, water and salt.  The ratio might change depending on the type of noodle you want and how you want to cook…

Sourdough Sandwich Bread

The sourdough craze is slowly dying down but not completely over. Everyone now has become better bakers and sourdough makers. I used to make more sourdough recipes but found that maintaining a sourdough starter was very time consuming. You also end up with a lot of discard. Luckily this time around I’ve been using the…

Pumpkin Seed Eggs- WHAT?!

I saw this recipe on Sauce Stache and I thought I needed to make this!  I never knew it was going to be so easy to make vegan eggs from pumpkin seeds. Yes just pumpkins seeds. Nothing else. Whaatt? Crazy.  But does it really taste like egg? For this recipe, you need black salt, garlic…

My Grandma’s Mantou Recipe

There are a lot of things that you can take for granted especially during these time. I look back to days when I used to bake and cook with my grandma and I would reminesce on some of the food we ate. One particular recipe was chinese steamed buns. We used to make them almost…

Dino Eggs Recipe

This is not a edible recipe, but more of a fun one.  This recipe is great for little learners and also birthday parties.  You will need to plan ahead for this recipe! It will take time to collect enough coffee grinds and it will also take time to dry these eggs. You will also need…

Almond Flour Brownies

I have been grateful for all this time that I was given. It has allowed me to experiment with some foods that I thought I would not have time to try. Its also given me an opportunity to use up items in my pantry. A couple months ago, I bought a large bag of almond…

German Spaetzle

Spaetzle is a German egg noodle dumpling that is surprisingly easy to make. It is great as a side dish and easy to whip up as a substitute for pasta. Add all the dry ingredients (2 1/4 cups flour, 1/4 tsp nutmeg, 1/4 tsp black pepper, and 1 tsp salt) in a mixing bowl. Add…