These pockets are filled with a savoury mixture of leeks, mushrooms and celery. The flavour is warm and rich. The dough is somewhere between fresh bread and crescent roll.
Manchurians are an indo-chinese creation. Loads of garlic and ginger, mixed with shredded vegetables and deep fried to perfection, tossed in a tangy, spicy sauce to create a perfect bite of “OMG! What is this!” and also “Are you sure this is vegan!?” With flavours that mirror the Manchurian Sauce, Chow Mien bring this dish together to create a super flavour packed meal.
This raita is pretty pink, cooling and refreshing. The tandoori style missi roti is warm and savoury. A great snack or light meal.
This recipe is one of my summer time favourites. In winter I almost never think about it, but once summer is here its the first thing on my mind. Crispy grilled polenta with a creamy centre topped with a simple tomato salad, drizzled with balsamic vinegar and sprinkled with parmesan. Its quick easy and delicious….
This dish is as good as take-out and it will take less time than going out to pick up your order! It is sweet, tangy and spicy. The fried bites of chicken are soft and tender. And if there are any left overs, you will be eating them out of the fridge even time you walk by.
The crowning jewel in your next veggie tray! The sweetness of the roasted beets give this hummus a deep rich sweetness, cut nicely by the tang of lemon. But the real show stopper is the colour. Fuchsia pink.
Our warm sourdough olive loaf is soft, squishy and perfect for dipping. If you have more self-restraint, wait until the next day to cut the loaf for the perfect sandwich bread.
These bites taste great and you can serve them as an appetizer, a side, or mixed in a sauce. You could also keep some ready in the freezer to have on hand for a healthy snack or part of a quick meal.
These quesadillas make a great weeknight meal, and as with any good quesadilla, you need a good dip.
Julia Child’s French Onion Soup is arguably the definitive recipe. We are not Julia Child. But, I do love French Onion Soup, and I love this version and we hope you will too.
Savoury deep fried pockets with a creamy strained yogurt filling. If you are planning to make these for a party you might want to double the batch … they won’t last long.
These colourful little rolls, turn your salad into finger food and make a bright fresh appetizer, or a nice light lunch.