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Every week, a DIY expert spares us a trip to the grocery store and shows us how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today, Ashley from Not Without Salt gives us a much more wholesome Cadbury egg -- yellow yolks and all. Go ahead, make the easter bunny jealous.
I'll admit, the reason I bought a big ol' tub of cottage cheese is because I know it's good for you. High in protein, low in calories, keeps hunger at bay... But I don't usually crave it in the way I would, say, cheese . So what's a girl with minimal fridge contents supposed to do?
On Labor Day, Mom made a double batch (batch?) of my basil hummus , and it was thicker than I normally make it (but no less delicious!). We had a nice late-lunch snack extravaganza, Matt included, and he commented that the leftover hummus would probably fry up nicely as falafel balls. So I’m making lunch for Mom and myself today, and here goes the experiment . I have about a cup of the hummus , and I added 1 egg , 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda , a bit of cayenne pepper , and enough dried bread crumbs to make the mixture thick enough to roll into balls. hummus, thickened up and ready to roll
You read that correctly. Sugar free cake. (And, no, I can't believe I'm writing this either.) So as not to look like a cheap nightclub DJ who takes requests (though if I were, I would because I am all about you, people, all about you and your pleasure), I won't point out that Ladyy Aradhya hit me up on Facebook the other day asking me for a healthy vegan cake and that's exactly what I'm giving you.
blueberry mug muffin $0.37 each The idea for this awesome little recipe came courtesy of Annie, who wrote to tell me that every since she tried The "One" Chocolate Mug Cake , she's been trying all sorts of mug cakes! Her favorite? Mug pan cakes!
Delicious Matcha Lattes A simple variation of the tea latte, the Matcha latte combines Matcha green tea with hot milk for a tasty (and beautiful!) drink.
I’m yet to meet a person who doesn’t love masala dosas. A light, healthy meal full of nutrients and flavour, dosas are widely popular on restaurant menus and in roadside cafés. Ever since I was a little girl I have always associated these crispy rolls of spicy potato with family outings to a nearby vegetarian restaurant which serves ‘monster dosas’.
Step 1 Preheat oven to 170°C. Line two baking trays with baking paper. Combine muesli and flour in a bowl. Whisk butter, honey and egg together. Step 2 Add butter mixture to oats and mix well. Set aside for 15 minutes.
Meet my latest obsession. We all know how much I love my dark chocolate, but sometimes even my sweet tooth gets a little adventurous. This creamy, almond butter-based fudge is raw, naturally sweetened with a touch of honey, and has an incredibly buttery flavor… without using a drop of actual butter. The secret? Coconut oil and sea salt! Please, don’t be tempted to omit these very important ingredients.
We'll give up a lot in the name of a healthy diet: gluten, dairy, the whole brunch menu. But there's one thing that's absolutely non-negotiable — dessert. That, you'll have to pry from our cold, chocolate-covered hands. Fortunately, it won't come to that.
Attention all paneer lovers! There’s nothing more satisfying than taking a big bite out of a crispy, spicy samosa with a fabulous filling. Whether it’s soft potato and pea, hearty mung daal or juicy tandoori paneer, these little triangles of heaven are an iconic element of Indian cuisine.
The flavors of fresh fenugreek leaves/ methi are quite unusual; a bit pungent, slightly bitter in taste, but they will add some Oooomp! to a dish right away. During the summer months last year, I had both eggplants and fresh Methi in abundance. Methi/fresh Fenugreek is very easy to grow.
The mistletoe might not be hanging on top of the door yet, but surely we have all started to be more indulgent with our food and especially the cakes.