Spinach Coconut Rice

Posted on January 30, 2020

Spinach coconut rice is one of our household favourites.  Rice is sauteed, often with aromatic spices before any liquid is added. Each time, you can pick different veggies to get a different flavour. Become creative and...

Cheeze Sauce

Posted on August 27, 2019

"I love Cheese" is what you would say when you try this dish. If you do not tell the kids what's in it, they would say "Cheezzz" and devour it. If you tell them beforehand, they...

Blue Cheese

Posted on May 6, 2019

This was a hit in our last potluck and everyone couldn't believe that it tasted exactly like Blue Cheese. This is Kim Campbell's recipe and I am posting it here as most of the group members wanted this recipe.

Vegetable Kabobs

Posted on March 20, 2019

Sometimes how you present the food to the kids matter. When you place a bunch of roasted veggies in front of them, they may not be inclined to eat it but if you arrange the same vegetables in a different manner, they may...

Bread Samosa

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To me there is nothing that can taste better than Samosa - a deep fried crispy potato patti  very popular in India. As much as I love them they are very time consuming to make at home and of course they use too much oil...

Butter Tofu

Posted on December 9, 2018

Finally! I am giving away my secret recipe, which everyone loves to have when they come to our place. This is one dish that the fussy kids or picky eaters don't mind to have. This is a very flavorful dish deriving it'...

No Bake Christmas Bars

Posted on December 6, 2018

Marie letemplier perfected this recipe. Our son loves these bars. These can also be packed for school lunches/snacks or can be post workout treat for the teenagers. Not only that, adults love these bars as much. However,...

Curry Dressing

Posted on October 30, 2018

To flavor any dish, dressings, sauces or spices are the key. This is a simple dressing, easy to remember and easy to whip where you combine all the ingredients in equal amounts. You can prepare this fresh (which I ...

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