I’ve always wanted to have meatballs with pasta. But being a vegetarian, that wasn’t really an option. So I decided to make meatless meatballs! This recipe took a long time, so this isn’t something you can cook up an hour before dinner — allow the entire afternoon for this (and a few hours more). I spent around 6 hours on this dish. Continue reading
I’ve been dabbling around in the kitchen recently and decided to come up with fun, new vegetarian recipes. This week, I created this tofu steak with a semi-spicy green pepper and walnut sauce. I also made buttermilk orzo (recipe here) to go along with it.
The recipe for the steak took around 2.5 to 3 hours to make. Keep in mind that I did this without any help (hence why my kitchen looked like a disaster when I was done). You can probably cut down the time if you recruited some helpers.
When I came home from college, I found a couple of bananas getting a bit too rotten. So I decided to save them by baking a cake! Here’s a recipe for an egg-free banana bread with a cream cheese filling inside! Continue reading
With the sun beating down on us, it’s time for a nice refreshing summer-time drink. And to satisfy my coffee addiction, I decided to combine the two! Here’s a quick and easy recipe for a cool, refreshing drink for a hot day!
Even though I hate chocolate, I decided to venture into the DIY chocolate baking/cooking zone and attempt (key word here) to make a chocolate bowl.
With the New Year around the corner, many of you might be hosting parties or just celebrating with friends and family. Either way, you are going to want something awesome to eat. And what’s better than bread stuffed with cheese?
I stumbled across this recipe a few months ago when trying to find a way to make a fun non-alcoholic drink. Surprisingly, I actually really enjoyed this one. Here’s what you need to make a non-alcoholic Mexican Horchata!
Like most people, I like cake. I also like caramel coffee. Why not put the two together?
Frying bread in a spicy creamy batter has never tasted better. I bring you, besan bread. Besan is a special, Indian, black-eyed pea flour (as so my mother says). It’s frequently used in Indian dishes, like in curry. It’s a pretty simple recipe and takes about 15-20 minutes to make!