Vegetable Gyoza

Vegetable Gyoza

Today is Japanese pan-fried dumplings day! I was craving gyoza the other day and had plenty of vegetables to use up so this was the perfect occasion. These soft on the inside and crispy on the outside bites are easy to make but require some time and patience to fold – yes, I still struggle with this step ! – but the result is so satisfying that you’ll forget about it. You can get really creative in homemaking gyoza as the filling ingredients are easy to vary upon the season and your preferences!  It’s also a great way to reduce food waste as the composition is versatile, hence you can use any veggie you have left in your fridge at the end of the week. This is the PERFECT recipe to impress your friends and family on your Friday nights apéro !

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Warm Lentils, Roasted Carrots & Tahini Dressing Salad

Warm Lentils, Roasted Carrots & Tahini Dressing Salad

Lentils tend to be a very under-appreciated legume, not being much used as a basic components in meals to change from starch or any more common grains as quinoa. This recipe is a very easy one, perfect for late spring season when warm dishes are still much appreciated. Trust me, it’s such a nice combination of natural, earthy and tangy flavours. It’s about the most perfect healthy, high-protein vegan lunch !

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Carrot Cake

Carrot Cake

Carrot cake is usually baked around easter time but I suggest you have it much more often than that! First because it’s a classic and second because honestly, everyone loves it! It’s definitely one of my favorite cakes, light and delicious. I love making veggies desserts, they are such a great option whenever we are in between two seasons and fruits aren’t so good (e.g. beginning of spring).

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