Who thought leftover rice, salmon, and kimchi can be so yummy? Take this Buddha bowl recipe. It’s so packed, full, and easy to make, it’s no wonder Buddha bowls are such a huge food trend. Mix and match your bowl of leftovers at home and DIY your own Buddha-style bowls for an impromptu dinner party. (more…)
Chicken cooked in curry is perhaps one of the top recipes you should have in your collection. Aside from featuring a fabulous play on exotic flavours, curry dishes typically need ingredients that are most likely lying around your pantry or fridge. Try this tandoori chicken skewers recipe and add a wow factor to you regular grilled chicken.
If you haven’t cooked a leg of lamb before, now is the perfect time to start. This spring roast leg of lamb recipe is a classic Sunday and Easter lunch staple, but who said you can’t be enjoy it on any other day? Time to use up your leftovers in the fridge and pantry, and cook this stunning dish at home. (more…)
If you love everything matcha, then you know how this vibrant green powder can add that something extra to everyday desserts. And when you have biscuits, green tea, and white chocolate waiting in your kitchen, this baked matcha cheesecake recipe is the perfect thing to make. So make the most out of your leftovers and bake a dessert that will surely make your mouth water.
If you are still trying to find the best dessert to cap off your upcoming summer lunch or dinner party, we’re sure this strawberry and pomegranate semifreddo recipe will end your search. It’s sweet, tangy, and cold—the perfect treat to beat the heat! No, it’s not complicated to make at all. And the best part is, you can do it ahead of time even without an ice cream maker.
Hosting a housewarming party does not have to be complicated and stressful. With a little creative planning and helpful friends, you can lessen the load by opting for a potluck theme instead. To help you get started, we’ve listed some easy yet fun potluck ideas you and your guests will definitely enjoy putting together.
Beetroot in a burger is quintessentially Australian, but there are a lot more tasty uses for this root crop beyond that. Vibrantly red and extraordinarily nutritious, the humble beetroot is perfect raw or cooked and added to anything from salads to roasts to juices. You can also harness its intensely vivid colour by turning it into a delicious beetroot soup enhanced with hibiscus. (more…)
Unhurried mornings—we all need one occasionally. And what such morning pairs well with is a thoughtful and satisfying breakfast. So when you can make breakfast at leisure, have these delicious Mexican-style baked eggs. With a side of tortilla wraps, avo dip, and sweet corn salsa, this dish is hearty enough to warrant a place on your brunch table. It cooks in less time than you think—just takes half an hour—so you can properly savour your morning.
Hearty meals can be quick. This chicken pilaf cooks in under an hour in one pot to boot! It’s the perfect dish to warm you up during cool autumn nights.
Incorporating herbs and spices from all over the world, this chicken pilaf is full of exciting flavours and wonderful textures, with rice, nuts, and fresh pomegranate. The Greek yogurt also adds a cool, tart, and creamy element to this one-pot wonder. You’ll be making this chicken pilaf so often, you’ll probably add your name to the recipe.