When I first discovered that you could use sourdough to make things other than bread I was seriously surprised! Since then I have made several things with sourdough including muffins and tortillas. Sourdough donut holes are definitely my favorite though. Nothing beats a warm sugary donut. These sourdough donut holes are easy to make. They do need some active sourdough… Read More
You are really going to want to try this chocolate brownie recipe. I promise you will not regret it! You can see more about this recipe here.
Every baker needs a good, reliable brownie recipe. I have hunted high and low for one that is truly perfect. I have exciting news! I have found it – dark, rich, chewy, gooey and it doesn’t use a block or two of chocolate. This triple chocolate brownie is divine. As a bonus, it is also super quick to make and… Read More
I have been on a soup bender this week. Soup is a great way to use up your left over garden produce, and is a super great brunch or lunch option. This leek, garlic and potato soup is a great way to use up the last of your winter stored potatoes that are getting floury. The garlic adds an… Read More
Soup is a great way to use up your left over garden produce, and is a super great brunch or lunch option. This garlic potato soup with leeks is a great way to use up the last of your winter stored potatoes that are getting past their prime. This is the quick, easy, printable version of the recipe. For the… Read More
Apple Crumble is a family favourite in our house both now and when I was growing up. Since our house hold went gluten free in 2012 I have struggled to find an amazing gluten free apple crumble recipe that has all the chew, crunch and satisfying sweetness of my Grandma’s crumble. My Grandma made the most delicious apple crumble – chewy and crispy and… Read More
Since our house hold went gluten-free in 2012 I have struggled to find an amazing gluten-free apple crisp recipe that has all the chew, crunch and satisfying sweetness of my Grandma’s crisp. Sadly her recipe was pretty much just white flour, white sugar, and butter. I have played with variations of this recipe for several years now, and have finally perfected it. See… Read More
Looking for a little spice in your kitchen? Look no further than this Indian Chicken Curry recipe. This is a mouth-watering recipe that is sure to please. You can see the in-depth version of the recipe (as well as the tutorial for making homemade masala) you can find that here.
My very best friend in the whole wide world is Fijian Indian and she makes the best curries. This is my take on her chicken curry. They don’t have fancy names like what you see in Indian restaurants, but this is so yummy, it doesn’t need a fancy name. Surprise your Guests with a Traditional Fijian Indian Curry from Scratch This curry… Read More
This homemade masala is not what you might buy in a little packet in the supermarket labelled Garum Masala. You can buy a pre-made batch of real masala from your local Indian store or you can use this recipe below. It makes quite a lot, and each batch of curry only uses 2 Tablespoons, so it will last you quite a… Read More