Chickpea Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies – gluten free

This recipe has become a regular go to as it is super easy and healthier than the regular chocolate chip cookies. I have made this recipe a couple times and finally perfected the ratio of chickpea flour and coconut flour so yes this recipe is gluten free as well! Also perfect if you can’t find…

Celery Root Pakoras

Pakoras are a tasty Indian fried snack that is made with chickpea flour (gram flour) and spices. You can make pakoras with a lot of different ingredients like carrots, cauliflower, and onions. I decided to make some a mixture of celery root and carrots. When cooked celery root has a light celery taste but can…

Bread in a Bag

Once again, I am attempting to cook with my toddler. I thought he would have so much fun with this activity but I don’t think he cared for it much. Also our yeast was old and we couldn’t find any yeast in the store so the buns didn’t rise as much as I wanted them…

Quick Cucumber Kimchi

This a super tasty side dish that is easy to make. I would not say it is like the traditional Kimchi that I buy in the store but more of like a cucumber salad.  For this recipe you do need some ingredients that you can find at your local Korean market. For this recipe I…

Hawaiian Loco Moco

This Covid-19 pandemic has made people better cooks, bakers, and experimenters. I’m finding more people looking for ways to be creative in the kitchen. It has even got me to experiment and try out foods that I normally would not have tried. Today I thought I would find a recipe that was delicious as well…

Dalgona Coffee

This recipe has been trending all over the internet. I already had the ingredients at home since I was planning on making something similar anyways.  I decided it was time to try it out.  Did I like it?  Well it was really strong for my liking but it was nice with some full fat milk…

Homemade Char Siu

I can’t get enough of char siu. There is something about the stickiness and tenderness of the pork. I thought I would try my hand at making my own char sui. I wouldn’t say this was an easy task. There are a lot of ingredients and time that is needed to make it. My aunt…

Cloud Dough

There is so much going on right now with this craziness happening in the world.  Some good things that are coming from this is more time being creative and more time to experiment in the kitchen.  One tricky thing is to keep our little ones busy while limiting TV time. Especially if you have an…

"No Potato" Potato Salad

I’ve been experimenting a lot with celery root and coming up with different recipes using it. Celery root or celeriac is a gnarly root. When cooked, it passes as a potato! I wanted to create a remoulade but I found that I didn’t like celery root raw. Instead I was inspired to turn this root…

Candied Celeriac

For my friend’s yearly trip to Whistler, we decided to have a cooking contest where each of the teams was given a secret ingredient. I got to help choose the ingredients. To my surprise, the ingredient that was assigned to my team was one that I had no idea what to do with. It was…

Three Ingredient Shortbread Cookie

Now that my son is two (almost 2.5), it is time that I introduce him to baking. This has been the part of motherhood I have been waiting for.  I really want to spend time in the kitchen with my son.  This is the first time for me cooking with him but he did really…

Cilantro Lime Tahini Dressing

This is a fresh and tasty dressing that can be used on salad dressings, buddha bowls or even for veggie dips. The best part is that it is easy to make. This dressing uses 1/3 cup cilantro, 1 juice of a lime, 2 tablespoons of tahini, a pinch of salt and 1/4 cup water. Begin…